Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes looks like a really fun game. One person tries to diffuse the bomb by following others’ instructions.
Giant Bomb has a Quick Look of the Japan-only Puyo Puyo Tetris. I think I need to import a copy; the game looks insane.
I wonder if they will kill off the Wii U altogether.
Requiescat in pace.
A fantastic article by Giant Bomb’s Patrick Klepek. The follow-up article is also well worth a read as it includes comments from others suffering from Asperger’s.
We all play games for different reasons. Maybe it’s escapism for one person, exploration of a new medium for another. For Jake, it’s something else. It realizes a need. Throughout our conversation, Jake dropped the term “in real life” many times, underscoring the personal disconnect he feels between his ability to interact socially in a virtual environment through games and “in real life.”
These short videos where the Giant Bomb team plays a new game for 15-20 minutes whilst providing often hilarious commentary is a novel concept.