Joe kicked things off with his compilation of mini-reviews and thoughts concerning the games he played (and tried to play) to tick them off his backlog this February, then Connor followed that up with a backlog of his own. Now it’s my turn. I’ve got an Xbox 360 fan-favorite, an SNES cult hit on the Wii U, one of the first actual, quality 3DS titles, and an insanity-filled better-than-GTA madhouse. Let’s get to it, shall we?
Friday night is SML Podcast here on Save/Continue, you know, if you’re new to the site and don’t know the routine yet. This week we had ourselves a nice long interview with Adam Rippon once again where we talked about our Four For February results, discussed what the following months will come (More For March? Another More For April?) Then we talk Dragon Fantasy talk once again which leads to Kris and I apparently booking ourselves a guest slot in some upcoming Dragon Fantasy Bass Fishing content? It leads to a Jason Seagull joke, which is worth listening to if […]
Cloudbuilt is, simply put, an awesome idea. Though still in development, Coilworks are putting their best foot forward and taking the oft-used idea of a side-scrolling runner game and adding a third dimension. It’s actually quite reminiscent of the direction that, years ago, Naughty Dog took with Crash Bandicoot. “What if we took this thing that people like and put you behind the character instead of to their side?” Ta-daaaaa! Regardless of its influence, it can best be described as if there was a timed, faster-paced, single-player version of Respawn Entertainment‘s upcoming Titanfall. And it rocks.
If you didn’t realize I’m Save/Continue’s resident Collector’s Edition whore, let me introduce myself. I’m Joe Cam. I’m the resident Collector’s Edition whore. Last year I did an unboxing video for Saints Row IV: Game of the Generation Edition and it was kind of popular, so I’ve been asked to do a few more. Might as well, since I’m going to open these things anyway. Might as well show off what is inside! This time I unbox the South Park: The Stick of Truth Grand Wizard Edition to look at all the goodies included. Enjoy!
Talk about a trailer that catches you off guard! When I saw “new trailer for LEGO The Hobbit” I was expecting epic orchestral music, intense scenes, quotes from the movie, etc. I did NOT expect Traveller’s Tales to give us THIS trailer. Read on to see it and prepare yourself for LEGO The Hobbit, which releases April 8th for Xbox 360, PS3, Xbox One, PS4, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS, PS Vita, PC, and possibly the SEGA Saturn and Panasonic 3DO at this point..
I have no experience with the 1990s original Shaq Fu game. I have never played it, I never saw any friends play it. I only know about it from the internet, and the notoriety that follows it. But for those who personally knew its shame, you may rejoice. Shaq Fu is getting the reboot treatment from indie developers Big Deez Productions, and it looks absolutely incredible. They’ve already got massive support and backing from the big man himself – they just need a bit more from fans via IndieGogo to launch it proper.