Today we begin our playthrough of Celeste, a super difficult platformer where we help Madeline climb a mountain…and along the way, face a side of herself she’d rather forget.
We’ve already played through The Impossible Lair, and now we’ll be working our way through the original Yooka-Laylee, the spiritual successor to the well-loved Banjo-Kazooie!
Over the next five days, we’ll be working our way through the recently released horror game, Little Nightmares 2!
We’re starting a new playthrough today, folks, of an indie game called The Last Campfire, in which we play as a lost ember and must solve puzzles in order to help forlorn and find a way home.
Today we begin our playthrough of a rather obscure indie game called Seasons After Fall, where we utilize the four seasons in order to platform our way through hand-painted environments and solve puzzles!
Our new playthrough for Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair begins today! Yooka and Laylee must help Queen Phoebee restore the Royal Beetalion and save the Royal Stingdom from the dastardly Capital B! (So many bee puns!)
We just started a new Nostalgic Notions series on Virtual Bastion where Cary plays games from Rare Replay! The first episode is Jetpac from 1983!
Nostalgic Notions is a series where we play about 15 minutes of various retro games. It’s a good way to check out a bunch of old games in a short span of time!
I decided to start writing little status updates whenever we start a new gameplay series over on our Virtual Bastion YouTube channel. I’m a few days late, but I wanted to let you guys know that we recently started a playthrough of the recently released Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time! Come check it out if you’re interested!
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The night of 4/16/19, the Duck had a spooky dream courtesy of a PC game called SCP: Containment Breach. If you’re not familiar, the SCP Foundation is a fictional group that basically collects and studies anomalous creatures and objects. Kind of like the TV series, Warehouse 13. But scarier. This particular dream featured SCP-173, a statue that moves at incredible speeds as long as you aren’t looking at it. (If you’re thinking that they stole the idea from Dr. Who’s Weeping Angels, well, SCP-173 was actually created first, so…) Continue reading The Duck Dreams of SCP-173