Justin and Ben show off the early form of an upcoming 3D adventure collect-a-thon game coming to PC and consoles this fall. It was a long-gestating Kickstarter project and finally has an official release, so for anyone not sure where this game came from, Charged Shot is here to fill you in!
Lo takes a quick shot at Pixel Sand, an indie puzzle platformer developed by Kongroth. Now available now on Steam
Justin takes us through Perception, a first-person adventure horror game. Perception is developed by The Deep End Games and published by Feardemic. In this game, you play as a blind woman with the power to see using echolocation. The development team consists of former members from Irrational Games who have made previous Bioshock games.
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.
Thomas and Lo set out on another adventure game adventure. This time the adventure is set in the beautiful land of Rime.
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.
This video is an archive stream of Yooka-Laylee from our Twitch channel ChargedShotTV. Justin flies solo to stream the duo of Yooka and Laylee in their playable debut. This game is inspired by Nintendo 64-style 3D platformers such as Donkey Kong 64. This game evokes the style of classic 3d platforming collect-a-thon games, while also, taking cues from modern games to feel wholly new, for better or worse.
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Lo and Thomas get caught stealing hearts from people and have to spend their time playing Persona 5. This is gonna be long sentence.
Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn now has an expanded trial with SquareEnix having removed the 14-day restriction. Lo and Justin give this highly regarded MMO a quick shot, to see just how “expanded” the new trial is.
Lo and Thomas take a quick shot at Old Time Hockey. A new hockey game that harkens back to the era of NHL 94 and other arcade style sports games.