Game Builder Garage

NP476 – Build Games or Play These

In this episode we talk about where we have been, chat about Nintendo’s new game creation software, Game Builder Garage, talk about the insane sales numbers of the Switch, then get into some new game announcements that have dropped this week. We’re slowly crawling to […]

NP475 – Smelter and Online Patches

Who would have thought that 2021 would bring us the spiritual successor to the Gameboy Camera? Crazy! We chat about the week’s news including game patches and retro collections. Oh, I also talk about my new obsession, Smelter. This game is a crazy 16bit mashup […]

NP472 – UnderMine and More Switch Rumours

I somehow missed the release of UnderMine, a roguelite dungeon crawler, when it released a month ago. I’m glad I found an old email to spark my memory. UnderMine is an addictive combination of procedurally generated dungeons, permanent upgrades, and steady progression. This is my […]

NP470 – Bravely Default II

We have a shorter than normal episode for you all this week, sadly there just wasn’t a lot of news to talk about. We do dig into the week’s news, but also spend some time talking about Bravely Default II — a game that Stephen […]

NP466 – Tohu, Cyber Shadow, and More

We have a packed show for you this week! We chat about what we’ve been playing including Hitman 3, Tohu, Cyber Shadow, Captain Toad Treasure Tracker, Ori, and the Blind Forest, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Sakuna of Rice and Ruin, and more! […]

NP465 – Scott Pilgrim vs. the World

Scott Pilgrim vs. the World is back! After being removed from every store in the PS3/360 era, you can again buy this fantastic side-scrolling beat ’em up on well.. pretty much every platform out there. I’ve played a pile of this re-release and am back […]

NP464 – New 4K Switch? Maybe.

We have a great show for you all this week. Stephen and I break down the week’s news including the Datamine that was done of the most recent Switch firmware that included identifiers for new Switch hardware. This SoC would support up to 4K resolution. […]