In today’s episode Vetterly captures the cast with tales of Company of Heroes 2, Kevin Ryan and Tyler discuss their … Continue reading The Broken Glasses Podcast Ep 11 – “I went to School for this Shit!”
There’s honestly no better way to play Mortal Kombat 10, especially with friends. So myself and Dave from the podcast … Continue reading Test Your Luck is Full of Sh*t (UPDATED)
I’m not afraid to admit I was a little unsure of Ubisoft Reflection’s “Grow Home” when I first saw it and I’m even less afraid to admit that wariness was instilled by the game’s simple, cel shaded, blocky visuals.
There’s probably no more true a phrase in gaming as “never judge a book by it’s cover.”
From the very beginning Grow Home reaches out and taps into your inner child, evoking feelings of pure joy as you stumble around and explore a wonderfully beautiful world as the game’s protagonist BUD, short for Botanical Utility Droid.
Continue reading “REVIEW: GROW HOME”
In today’s show Dave tells us about distant lands across the sea, the crew discusses recently announced horror title “The … Continue reading The Broken Glasses Podcast Ep 10 – Not “Finnished” Yet
CORRECTION: At the end of the video I say that the game is available on Steam for $20. It is … Continue reading VIDEO REVIEW: HAROLD
“From the Desk” is the name for a series of infrequent blogs simply meant to update you guys on what’s going on with me or the site so you’re never out of the loop.
Continue reading “From The Desk – Site Update”
EDITOR’S NOTE: Ok folks, I managed to improve the audio in the second half of the cast. Dave, Tyler and … Continue reading The Broken Glasses Podcast Ep – 9
Four years in the making, Moon Studios’ “Ori and the Blind Forest” is a masterful display of artistic and narrative achievement anchored in by tight, intuitive platforming across an absolutely beautifully crafted world that never ceases to get old and constantly introduces something new throughout the experience. This is the benchmark by which all 2D platformers will be judged in 2015. Continue reading “REVIEW: ORI AND THE BLIND FOREST”
The following piece assumes the reader has watched the prototype demonstration for Allison Road. If you haven’t yet, I highly recommend you check it out first before reading. You can watch it here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=__i_LoRKhJ0 Continue reading “ALLISON ROAD – DISSECTING HORROR”