Week in Review - April 24th to 28th


Welcome back to the weekend and this Week's in Review!

Monday Jed shared his time with The Silver Case and gave it a shiny score. Check out why!

"The Silver Case, more than any virtual art piece I've experienced this year, is a product of its time. It is a reflection and speculation on the technological potential and cultural paranoia that partially defines the digital revolution and, more specifically, global internet culture from the late 90's to the present day."
- Jedediah

On Tuesday I shared my even more unforgiving experience with The Banner Saga 2 and I loved it more than the first. Now? Just have to wait for the third.

"One thing that I noticed off the bat is the graphical quality of the second entry is higher than the first. The same incredible art style is back but it looks more crisp and the accompanying text is both larger, an issue that I had with the first, and much more legible. Already things were looking up and it only got better from there."
- Pierre-Yves

Wednesday Richard ventured back to the world of Busty Ninja's with Senran Kagura: Estival Versus. The quote below sums it up!

"Welcome to the world of Senran Kagura: Estival Versus, a tropical land of ninjas, boobs, butts, bad puns, and repressed emotional trauma!" *Editor Note: Pretty much sums up my time with the series to a varying degree of depth to the storylines.*
- Richard

Only four months into the year and I've already found another of my Games of the Year. Cosmic Star Heroine is that good.

"Technological metropolises, backwards shady deserts, ghost infested ore mines and high class casinos where you meet a robot Freddy Mercury that joins your party. They have a robot Freddy Mercury!"
- Pierre-Yves

Finally yesterday saw another entry into the Square Enix Collective with a Preview of the currently in Early Access Oh My Godheads. Not to be confused with Oh! My Goddess. I need to pick this one up.

"I'm really looking forward to seeing where this game ends up, and I'm sure I'll be bringing it out for party games really often."
- Richard

Last and certainly not least, "last" Sunday we had out latest bite sized entry with a look at Sunday Bites - Gataela: An Early-Victorian/Steampunk RPG.

"From what can be seen from the Demo, Gataela is already shaping out to be a great experience. Gameplay, character interactions, battle and exploration are all smooth and the dialog is well written."
- Pierre-Yves

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