The O.D. on Games: Return of the Obra Dinn Bonus Article

I was contemplating whether I should talk about ROTOD before next week’s end of the year article; I have not finished ROTOD yet, and there’s a chance I won’t finish it before that article, yet it is one of my favorite games of the year. So, I wrote an article for GRIS instead and wasContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: Return of the Obra Dinn Bonus Article”

The O.D. on Games: GRIS

For the last O.D. of the year, ROW checks out one of the standout games of the year for him: GRIS, from newly formed NOMADA studio, published by Devolver Digital. GRIS is just one of those games. An artistic vision that some people will just love its particular art style, story, and mechanics, which willContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: GRIS”

The O.D. on Games: November 2018 games

Featuring F.A.C. on 11-11: Memories Retold, The Shapeshifting Detective, and Thief of Thieves: Season One. For this week’s O.D. on Games, ROW will discuss three games he recently played in the ‘F.A.C. game reviews’ mold—F.A.C. standing for Fast And Concise—as the owls are hard at work trying to finish up loose ends before the endContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: November 2018 games”

The O.D. on Games: Red Dead Redemption Part Two

A Wild West Story ROW: This week we’re talking about the story of RDR2 (no major discussion though, so you should be good in regards to spoilers) and the story missions; first though, we’re talking a bit about some of the systems we didn’t mention in the first part. ND: Specifically, we’re talking leveling upContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: Red Dead Redemption Part Two”

The O.D. on Games: Red Dead Redemption 2 Part One

Rulerofowls and Nathan Drowl are finally ready to discuss Red Dead Redemption 2 (RDR2) in the first part of the O.D. on Games: Red Dead Redemption 2 articles. For this 1st part, ROW and ND will be discussing several aspects of the gameplay, without delving into story spoilers, in a segment titled “The beautiful frustratingContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: Red Dead Redemption 2 Part One”

The O.D. on Games: Dandara and The Red Strings Club

Rulerofowls and Nathan Drowl cross paths in the lunch room and discuss this week’s gaming activities and what has eaten up their time: ND: Hey ROW, made any progress on the RDR2 article? ROW: Yep! I have a pretty good idea of what the article will be and need a bit more time with theContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: Dandara and The Red Strings Club”

The O.D. on Games: Pool Panic and Victor Vran

Hi, Rulerofowls here! For this Friday’s article, I’ve had two choices: First, I could rush a “first impressions” or “first part” article/discussion on Red Dead Redemption 2, but since I don’t feel confident enough for that article being good or “cooked” enough, I decided to go with option number two, which is a new segmentContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: Pool Panic and Victor Vran”

The O.D. on Games: Wandersong

The assessment committee—consisting of one owl—was presented today with the case of Wandersong, which released on the 27th of September on the Nintendo Switch and PC. The game was played for roughly 13 hours by the Rulerofowls on the Nintendo Switch, finishing the game once and finding lots of secrets with a couple left behindContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: Wandersong”

The O.D. on Games: Rogue-lite-like Part Two: Enter the Gungeon

After the very long cookies break, ROW and RH return to the conference room for the final game: Enter The Gungeon. ROW: Let’s move on to the next game. RH: Call Revowlver! ROW: Wow, that’s a cool name, hopefully its someth… [Revowlver bursts in through the door, dodgerolls to the side, flips a table andContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: Rogue-lite-like Part Two: Enter the Gungeon”

The O.D. on Games: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

While ROW and Nathan Drowl wait for Red Dead Redemption 2 to download, they decide to discuss their progress and thoughts on Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, which Nathan has been playing for the past weeks. After 56 hours, he only completed 54% of the “main progression” but feels he has put in enough hours to offerContinue reading “The O.D. on Games: Assassin’s Creed Odyssey”