Burly Men at Sea is the second game released by Brain&Brian’s married indie dev duo, Brooke and David Condolora, following Doggins for Android and iOS devices.
Brooke Condolora describes the trajectory of the adventure as, “a branching story of the unlikely adventures of the Brothers Beard as they muddle their way through encounters with creatures from Scandinavian folklore[…]With its short branching story and discoverable choices, the game is designed to be played multiple times for entirely different voyages”.
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AMC has released the official key art for the highly anticipated eighth season of The Walking Dead, which returns Sunday, October 22 at 9:00 p.m. ET/PT, with its 100th episode. The art features Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) and his group...
It seems like Final Fantasy IX was destined to be overlooked right from the outset. The game was released for the original PlayStation after the PlayStation 2 was out and selling like warm buns, and the high fantasy setting was in stark contrast to the popular cyber-punk and more realistic settings of FFVII and VIII (two of the best selling entries in the whole series).
Eyes up, Guardians, Destiny 2 is here. Well, this is a podcast, so ears up? Anyway, here's the Game Boys initial review of one of the biggest sequels of the year. Listen in as they cover everything from campaign to Crucible, inventory to endgame, and, of course, the raid. So, join us, it is your destiny!
Wearing its passionate, bloody heart on its sleeve, mother! is the gift of all gifts for those who love movies: a fountain of cinematic and philosophical conversation wrapped up in skillfully bold genre filmmaking.