“Luftrausers is not a game about flying; it is a game about falling gracefully.” Brendan Keogh on the tactile pleasures of Vlambeer’s arcade shooter.
Videogames never cease to amaze. The best releases in 2014 are no exception.
Please join Josh, Jay and Rowan for their centennial episode which coincides with their incredible GOTY awards.
The following is a reprint from Unwinnable Weekly Issue Two. If you enjoy what you read, please consider purchasing the issue or subscribing for the year. 1. In 2010, game critic and developer Tim Rogers wrote a review of the PlayStation 2 beat-em-up title God Hand. “God Hand is like being a professional chainsaw-wielding glacier demolisher at a party where the penguins are going to need a lot of ice cubes,” Rogers writes in the first paragraph. “Though God Hand is usually like poking holes in a watermelon with a chopstick for the best reasons… [it] is sometimes like using a pizza cutter to
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Today in 1431, Joan of Arc was condemned as a heretic and burned at the stake in Rouen, France. Several years later Luc Besson made a movie about Joan of Arc instead of a sequel to The Fifth Element.