GameInformer: "I almost feel guilty about choosing Chromehounds for my Time Sink feature. By the time you're done reading this you'll want to go jump in a giant, lumbering mech yourself. The only problem is, you can't."
This week Goose(@WhoDaGoose) joins Tiny(@Tiny415), Mike (@AssaultSuit) and Aaron (@Ind1fference) talk about: Hugo Weaving, Kidzpace, Jydge, Neon Chrome, Pencil Games, XBLIG, Fortress Craft, DLC Quest, Mommy’s Best Games, Johnny Platformers Biscuit Romp, X S.E.E.D, Streets of Fury, Seafoam Princess, Wonder Woman, Suicide Squad, Black Spider, Man-thing, Star Trek Discovery, The Orville, Jordan Peele, Twilight Zone, Too Many Games, Pax Unplugged, BlizzCon, LGR Foods, The Saint, Stranger Things, MoviePass, NeoGAF, ResetEra, Miiverse, Best Buy, Etrian Odyssey V, Wolfenstein II The New Colossus, South Park: The Fractured but Whole, Super Mario Odyssey, Overwatch, Call of Duty WWII, Commander Keen, Giana Sisters Twisted Dreams, Bubsy The Woolies Strike Back, 8-bit Adventure Anthology, Earth Atlantis, Superbeat Xonic, Splasher, Ace of Seafood, Runic Games, Hob, Chromehounds, The Mummy Demastered and more.
4Player-"Back in 2006, early in the Xbox 360s lifespan, quite a few people may have found themselves wanting for new multiplayer mech games. One such developer, From Software ( of Demons Souls, Dark Souls fame), answered this call with flying colors. To many this game was the Mecca of Mechs, rife with customization options that were never before seen on a console and the ability to build your own Mech (hereby referred to as Hounds) from the ground up to suit your playstyle. This game was a multiplayer powerhouse for those with an itchy trigger finger and a love for all things mechanical."