Rad Raygun is a fun trip back to the 80s that will have you waxing poetic about your Gameboy days. While it may not hold the same appeal for younger gamers, at just $.99, it is worth a playthrough, if only for the nostalgia.
With tons of hidden areas to find, some seriously weird opponents to slay (pancakes? Why on Earth would I want to kill pancakes? They’re delicious!), and flat-out fun cooperative play, Serious Sam Double D XXL has a lot to of...
Both games earned their popularity on the funky sense of humor inherent in every aspect of ToeJam & Earl. From little comments like “ToeJam is a weiner” to levels like Mac Daddy Meadow to tools like the funk scan, there is a qu...
Latest articles from around the site,,,
Dreary & Naughty: Friday the 13th of February (Book) Review
Blue Penguin and the Sensational Surf (Book) Review
Night of the Hunter (Book) Review
The Walking Dead: A House Divided (PC) Review
- The Walking Dead, As Told by my Twitter Timeline: “Still” Season 4, Episode 12 (NSFW)
- The Art of Thief (Book) Review
- Japanese Folktales Series (iOs) Review
The ABC’s of Being Dead (Book) Review