Friday, May 23, 2014

REVIEW - Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed (3DS)

Moshi Monsters: Katsuma Unleashed is a sidescrolling platform game for 3DS. The first thing I noticed, was that you can now save on multiple slots. In previous entries (Moshi Monsters: Moshling Zoo [DS] and Moshi Monsters: Moshling Theme Park [DS/3DS]) you could only save on one slot.

Friday, May 16, 2014

Babes better bring me back a burger #50: Castle Crashers

Castle Crashers is a side scrolling RPG that's fun for all ages. You can have up to 4 players and it's better if you play it with someone.

Saturday, May 10, 2014

Friday, May 9, 2014

Early Access to Disco Lady #6: Tabletop Simulator

Babes and I have been looking for a new game to play together. So we decided to try Tabletop Simulator. Will we be satisfied? Stay tuned to find out.

Early Access Strikes Again #5: ROCKETSROCKETSROCKETS

My babe got this game for us to play together. I was excited to play some action packed arena-style combat with her.

Early Access thwarts my plans again!

Thursday, May 8, 2014

Early Access should be mentioned somewhere in this title... SERIOUSLY #4: Serious Sam Classics: Revolution

You've probably heard of Serious Sam. I mean, who hasn't? Certainly not me 2 and a half years ago, that's for sure.

Anyway, if you haven't heard of Serious Sam, he's a fucking badass. He loves himself so much he wears his name on the back of his shirt.

Acceso Temprano #3: Interstellar Marines

I have no idea where the hell I got this game. I found it in my Steam library and it's an Early Access game so I'm going to review it and you can't stop me.

What's that? Damn you! Don't tell me what to do!!

*flips website*

Wednesday, May 7, 2014

Top Bananas - Top Bananas

So, the humans here at Roboblog couldn't help but notice our friend Banana Mana has been gone for some time. With him gone, we can finally dominate the world steal Top Bananas and make it our very own.


Tuesday, May 6, 2014

This Access Is Too Damn Early #2: Coin Crypt

Early Access games are like over used pop culture references; you never know what you're gonna get, and you really wish they would just go away. But they're here to stay, so we might as well try to find some good ones.

Early Access, very nice!

Sunday, May 4, 2014

Early Access Article #1: FaeVerse Alchemy

You may have noticed the growing trend to back what Steam has dubbed the Early Access genre. Remember when beta testers got paid to test games? Well, now you're the beta tester, and you're the one who pays.

People are putting down huge chunks of cash on Kickstarter, backing these promises of games. This new trend is obviously very controversial. Many refuse to support it, many are angered by the clutter of the store page, feeling it is overrun by these partial games. Other people think it's great. Users like having a say over what goes in their game, they like offering suggestions and seeing the game develop before them. Let us know what you think in the comment section below.

So, to kick (GET IT, LIKE KICKSTARTER, GET IT? GET IT?) us off, we have FaeVerse Alchemy.

Throwing Bees At All Your Problems #49: Faerie Solitaire

Faerie Solitaire is a very unassuming little game. It would be very easy to pass right by it, never realizing what a gem you're missing. It wasn't until it became one of the first Steam games with trading cards that people checked it out, and discovered its juicy secrets. I originally played it as a joke, laughing at its expense until the moment I couldn't stop playing.