Every Major Announcement From the February Nintendo Direct

Nintendo’s long-anticipated February direct was streamed yesterday, and with it, a slew of brand new announcements. As mentioned before the direct, the presentation put a spotlight on Fire Emblem Three Houses. We got an extended look at story details, combat, and several new game mechanics.  In the game, you play as a mercenary who is offeredContinue reading “Every Major Announcement From the February Nintendo Direct”

GPS: Episode 52: Nintendo Direct, Black Ops IIII, Valve is Making Games

Episode 52 of our gaming podcast, The Gamer Pros Show (GPS), is now live! This week’s episode is mainly news-focused, due to the enormous amount of it that is finally coming out. Most prominently, there was a lengthy Nintendo Direct with a number of exciting announcements that we cover in full.  First and foremost, theContinue reading “GPS: Episode 52: Nintendo Direct, Black Ops IIII, Valve is Making Games”

Undertale Coming to PS4

The 2015 indie darling Undertale is making its way to PS4 and PS Vita this summer. New localizations, including Japanese, are available. It can be purchased on the online Playstation Store. However, two physical copies will be available. The standard edition comes with the game and an art book. The collectors edition will feature the game,Continue reading “Undertale Coming to PS4”

Open-World Fatigue in 2015

As the year of 2015 comes to a close I, like many others, am sitting on a stack of unplayed or unfinished games, wishing there was more time. Gamers have certainly been spoiled this year with the amount of quality games that are being released at a steady rate.  Not only are games being releasedContinue reading “Open-World Fatigue in 2015”

Reflecting on The Game Awards 2015

2015 has been absolutely incredible for AAA games and indie games alike.  The gaming community have been completely overwhelmed and backlogged with the rapid-fire succession of new game releases.  It is certainly an amazing time to be a gamer.  Geoff Keighley’s The Game Awards 2015 is a celebration, a reflection, and a look into theContinue reading “Reflecting on The Game Awards 2015”

Game Awards 2015 Nominees are without Shame

It’s that time of year again, when we see what people think are games of the year, and this year’s nominees came as no surprise to me. The Game of the Year nominees are Bloodbourne, Fallout 4, Metal Gear Solid 5: The Phantom Pain, Super Mario Maker, and Witcher 3: Wild Hunt. Nominated games hadContinue reading “Game Awards 2015 Nominees are without Shame”

More Undertale Fan Gamer Designs Incoming

Good news, Undertale fans! Not only are there official Undertale shirts, posters, and stickers available for preorder from Fangamer.net, but you can also be added to a mailing list to be warned of a Toriel plushie. But that’s not the end of it! We have an official quote from Fangamer.net: “Fangamer is proud to announce thatContinue reading “More Undertale Fan Gamer Designs Incoming”

Undertale: What’s in a Name?

If it’s not obvious from my review, I’ve joined the cult of Undertale. This isn’t just about having a reddit group, tons of hits on Twitter, or some Tumblr images. You’ve got loads of DeviantArt pictures, mash-ups on SoundCloud, and a Steam page that’s got almost as many theories as the game’s Wikia page. League of Legend’s Lulu’sContinue reading “Undertale: What’s in a Name?”

Undertale Review: Nurturing Nostalgia

I won’t lie. When I first heard of Undertale‘s Kickstarter, as much as I liked the idea, the graphics immediately caused me to shut the page and forget about it. A lot of my non-gamer friends see some of the “ugly” games I play and think I’m weird, so by no means do I really feelContinue reading “Undertale Review: Nurturing Nostalgia”