Will and Drew are back again recording live on Twitch! They chat about Will’s initial thoughts on The Last Guardian, Drew’s impressions of River City Girls, plus some quick hits on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and a full review of Spiritfarer!
#MusicMonday returns with “Prologue” from Shadow Of The Colossus. Accompanying the game’s introduction cinematic, Prologue shines with emotion, sadness, loneliness, and hope. There’s a lot of mystery embedded in the flutes, voices, strings, and melodies that engulf your senses. I really enjoyed this soundtrack, and I think it’s fitting for the game’s premise and atmosphere. A story was captured with this score, and Prologue is a showstopper. Enjoy.
Last week, the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 were released during the interesting circumstances of 2020. Both systems offer a next-generation look into gaming, but with the limited releases and different approaches, how did it all turn out? Drew got his hands on a Series X and dives deep into the pros and cons of the system.
Plus, Will has finished the PlayStation 4 masterpiece Shadow of the Colossus Remake. What are his final thoughts? Is this game worth your time?
All this, plus a quick look at the Super Mario Bros. Game & Watch, standing desks, and much more!
Spiritfarer has become one of my favorite games of 2020. It’s a relaxing and gentle game with some serious subject matter behind it. The music is moving and graceful in a way that feels appropriate. Whether you’re guiding Stella’s boat across the seas, or giving one final hug to your loved ones, Spiritfarer’s soundtrack will strike the perfect chords.
Well, folks, it’s been a good while, hasn’t it? The good news is, I’ve beaten a game recently (believe it or not), and it just so happened to make the cut for a WCG. On this dreary Sunday morning, I felt compelled to sit down at my newly beloved desk, and pour my heart out, as to why this game has made it into my top five games of all time. Ladies and gentleman, this…is Shadow Of The Colossus.
Before we jump in, I bought this game years ago. Well, a year or two ago. Either way, it’s been in my backlog for quite some time now, and after abandoning a game I wasn’t a huge fan of, I felt it was finally time to try SOTC out, once and for all. SOTC has been a very well received game for many, many years now. Originally a PS2 title, and then a remastered PS3 title, followed by the final remake by BluePoint Games. The Gods of remakes and remasters. Game reinstalled, I fired it up to see what all the fuss was about.
Will and Drew are back LIVE on Twitch to chat about the busy week for gamers. With the PS5 and Xbox Series X|S launching worldwide, the two are excited, but both have concerns. How does the launch library stack up compared to years before? Does it matter? And do the consoles leave any room for worry?
Wow, folks. Just wow. I haven’t played The Last Guardian yet, however, it’s getting played this week, for sure. I love video game soundtracks, and I often will preview a games score before playing the game. I think it’s safe to say that some soundtracks have sort of, forced me to like mediocre games. Anyway, this soundtrack is soul stirring, uplifting, sad, and invigorating all at the same time. I hope you find solace in this wondrous piece from what appears to be, a very magical game.
It’s Will and Drew’s first time streaming an episode live, and they had an absolute blast celebrating the big 100 with all of their friends. They hit a ton of topics, including flashback clips, the top 5 next gen games they are looking forward to, what rituals they will have when they get their new consoles, plus a look at the WDGR Game Club’s game Dead Space, mailbag questions, live chat banter, and much more!
Jimmy Fitch is back for part two of two! We dive into his modern collection, including the PS4, Switch, Wii U, and plenty of others. Plus, Jimmy takes on the stressful Lightning Round. Does he survive?