Six Days In Fallujah Is Just More of the Same

Six Days In Fallujah Is Just More of the Same

It’s not unusual for games—which are challenging and time-consuming to develop even under ideal circumstances—to undergo lengthy, decade-spanning development cycles. One of the most recent games to emerge from development hell is Six Days in Fallujah, which is less notable for the length of its development cycle than the political messaging at its core. (more…)

GYGO: PlayStation Shutters Stores & Nintendo Switch Updates

GYGO: PlayStation Shutters Stores & Nintendo Switch Updates

Hey there, Maddi here! I hope this week is treating you kindly. What have you been up to? I’ve been catching up on Haikyuu!!, Jujutsu Kaisen, and Delicious in Dungeon lately. I also upgraded to Fitness Boxing 2 on the Nintendo Switch, which includes some awesome quality-of-life improvements that I’ve been enjoying a lot. Speaking of quality-of-life improvements for the Switch… here’s this week’s news. (more…)

GYGO: PlayStation Shutters Stores & Nintendo Switch Updates

GYGO: Hogwarts Legacy’s Legacy & Acquisitions Galore

Howdy and welcome to Get Your Game On! How have you been? What have you been playing? I’ve been playing Super Mario 3D World, which is a delightful couch co-op even if I spend most of my time sending Peach off of ledges to her doom. I’ve also been playing a lot of real-life Tetris after moving a few weeks ago, and, to be honest, I prefer the digital version! Anyway, here’s all the news (digital or otherwise) you might have missed last week. (more…)

The Definitive Ranking of Game Frogs, Part I

The Definitive Ranking of Game Frogs, Part I

Once upon a time, a naive editor in chief sat down in the Sidequest Slack, gazed upon her writers, and asked, “What, dear friends, is a worthy followup to Witch Moms and Sword Dads? What might we rank, to be referenced for generations to come, that sits on par with those parental figures we love so dearly?” (more…)

GYGO: PlayStation Shutters Stores & Nintendo Switch Updates

GYGO: You Knew This Would Be About GameStop

Buckle up y’all, this is going to be a long one. But first, hey, how are you doing? Been playing games, staying hydrated? I’ve been doing a lot of the first and probably less than I should of the latter—I recently finished Va-11 Hall-A and have been working through Murder By Numbers, a delightfully campy visual novel in which you investigate dramatic murders by solving nonograms. Now, as for the nonfiction dramatic events of this week… let’s get to it. (more…)