Lo takes a quick shot at Pixel Sand, an indie puzzle platformer developed by Kongroth. Now available now on Steam
Geneshift by Nik Nak Studios
Lo, Thomas & Justin play Geneshift, an early access top down co-op shooter developed by Nik Nak Studios. Due to the fact that game takes notes from titles like GTA 2 and Diablo, it will feel very familiar. It includes rival factions, stealth, vehicles, wave based survival segments, and special abilities which can be augmented to give you an edge in battle.
Lo and Thomas begin a new adventure! We take a journey into the world of The Grim Fandango as our hero and travel agent into the afterlife Manny Calavera. Let’s see where this epic tale from the creative mind of Tim Schafer will take us.
DeBlob has recently gotten a PC port, so naturally our resident PC gamer is eager to check it out. Join Lo and Justin as they check out the recent PC release for DeBlob from THQNordic.
After a long hard ride, some good fights (and a whole lot of technical difficulty) we find ourselves reaching the end of our adventure. Well Ben Throttle free his gang and clear his name?
We continue our Full Throttle adventure. We’ve found the parts needed to fix Ben’s bike, got gas to we can head up the road, and most importantly, Lo finally got to put his lips on something!
Thomas and Lo go on an adventure! Will you join us on this Full Shot?
Full Throttle is a fully animated point and click adventure from Lucas Arts, Double Fine Productions with Tim Schafer as Lead Designer.
Full Throttle was Tim Schafers first project as project lead. The game received high praise, and review scores, and rightfully so.
We join Lo and Thomas who are getting into the recently released remastered version of Full Throttle.While Thomas has played and beaten the game many times over, this will be Lo’s first attempt at completing an entire graphic adventure.
Justin and Lo Take A Quick Shot At Path of Exile
Path of Exile is a dark fantasy hack ‘n’ slash action RPG currently available on PC. It’s a Free to Play title from developer studio Grinding Gear Games.
Those of you who are familiar with the Diablo series will find many of the base mechanics familiar; dark grimy setting, top-down isometric perspective, click to move/attack, several classes to choose from (Templar, Duelist, Ranger, Marauder and Witch) etc.
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