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ROWYCO – Interview With Josh “Visager” Brechner

I recently got the chance to review Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King. Going through it, more than a few tracks really stood out, so I tracked down the composer to compliment him on his work. We ended up chatting for a bit and what initially was an article that I thought was as good excuse as […]

Need Some More Rock Types? It’s Go Time.

Pokémon Go is having an event that starts tomorrow, May 18th at 1 PM PDT and lasts through the following Thursday, May 25th at 1PM PDT. This event, Adventure Week, will up the encounter rate for Rock-type Pokémon, give you more items at PokéStops, cut the distance required for candy for your Buddy Pokémon, and give you the […]

Get Lycanroc And Some Mega Stones For Pokémon Sun And Moon

If you’ve fallen out of playing Pokémon Sun and Moon, here are some reasons to at least dip your toes back in. First off, Gamestop is giving Lycanroc cards out that will give you a code to download one in its Midnight Form. Normally, you have to evolve Rockruff to level 25 in Pokémon Moon at night to get one, so Pokémon Sun players […]

Shadows of Adam Review

Platforms: Windows (reviewed), Mac, and Linux It’s been tough to find the time to go back to some of my favorite JRPG from my youth. While a single playthrough of Chrono Trigger can be done in less than 20 hours, I know myself well enough that not hitting the New Game Plus option to get the multiple […]

Breath Of The Wild Is Now Multilingual

If there’s any one thing that really bothered me about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, it was the voice acting. Princess Zelda herself was the worst offender, often times sucking out any of the emotional steam of a particularly important story sequence (the ending included). Well, theoretically, those days are gone. You can […]

Details On The First DLC Pack For The Legend Of Zelda: Breath Of The Wild

Nintendo’s released some details about the upcoming DLC for The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild. Let’s get right to it, shall we? First up is the Trial of the Sword. From the picture above, it looks like you put the Master Sword back to get this one going. You start with no weapons or […]

Square Enix Store Having A Massive Spring Sale

Do you have purchasing problems like I do? Find yourself buying stuff you don’t really need or aren’t even entirely sure you want? You may want to stay away from the Square Enix store. They’re having a massive Spring clearance sale right now and there are some rather great titles mixed in there. Dragon Quest IV and V for […]

Nintendo Discontinues The NES Classic

Nintendo has a fair amount of things going on for it right now. The world (us included) seems to be unable to stop talking about The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild more than a month after its release. Their newest console, the Switch, seems to be doing rather well as it continues to be […]

Getting Back On The Amiibo Hype Train

In case you missed the news, Nintendo seems to be a long way away from giving up on amiibo. Yesterday, they showed off a bunch of new amiibo. First off, we’ve got the last batch of Super Smash Bros amiibo, two different versions of Bayonetta, Cloud, and Corrin. Splatoon fans get three more amiibo. To help celebrate […]

Blossom Tales: The Sleeping King Review

Platform: Windows It’s never a simple process to pin down a game that started a genre. As soon as you think you find one, you hear whispers of something else that’s ever so slightly similar that came before. The video game industry is built upon iteration. While Super Mario Bros. wasn’t the first platformer, it’s the […]