Hey there, welcome once again to another episode of Utterly G33k. This week we discuss what a game should do to pull you in, the future of the Crash Bandicoot trilogy exclusivity, SNES game preservation, what Ken Levine has been up to, and Jim Sterling’s court case. So please, sit back, grab a drink and enjoy!
The phoenix rises from the ashes and we are on a rebound from last week! Just some administration up front: we’re using the new forced changes behind the scenes to try out some new stuff for you guys! Let us know how you like it! On with the show!
This week we discuss the joy of local multiplayer games! There’s quite a few we get to so buckle up! We also begin an ongoing dissection of The Witness. (not confirmed, just a gut feeling I have that we’ll be talking about that game at length in the coming weeks.) We also discuss Bioshock and the state of it’s remasters. In the news we discuss No Man’s Sky, Battleborn going free to play… maybe, and hopefully Digital Homicide has met their demise (though I doubt it). So sit back, relax, and listen to the new and improved show!
This week we talk of remasters, Galaxies, dictatorships, Zelda Adventures, Sins of the original nature, and 3D action games! Plus there’s a ton of news, mostly from the above logo. Hoo Boy, do we go into this situation. It’s a mess, a beautiful, wonderful mess!