Inside the Development of an Icon with Halo TV Lead Costume Designer Giovanni Lipari

Giovanni Lipari is the lead designer for the impressive, and well received, costumes on Paramount+’s new highly anticipated series: Halo. Here he gives some insight to the process and background on the show itself with Luis Reza in an interview from the perspective of an aspiring filmmaker.
by Luis RezaMay 20, 2022

Chernobylite Review - An Enjoyable Horror Shooter RPG Mystery Game

Do you have a radioactive itch for the next S.T.A.L.K.E.R. or Fallout? Chernobylite may be the answer.
by Dan MorrisMay 16, 2022

My Pop Culture Teachers Part 1 (Back to Basics)

From Doc Brown to Cortana to Forrest Gump. We can learn a lot from fictional characters. If you could choose your teachers from pop culture, which ones would you choose? First batch of assignments are for general core classes.
by McKinley JoMay 14, 2022

Unpacking Game Review: It's A Moving Narrative!

Local Box enthusiast Amelia dives into the cardboard and packing peanuts of Unpacking... part block fitting puzzle, part home decoration, it's a very moving experience.
by Amelia BrownMay 11, 2022

Crafting a Story with Nier Replicant

The remastered Nier Replicant keeps gamers playing again and again to learn even more of the story. Emmanuel looks at the game's replayability and the brilliance of Yoko Taro's storycraft.
by Emmanuel AlejandroMay 5, 2022

Get Sorted With Automation* of Sorts

Get sorted and sort all the mail in this review of indie game “Automation* of Sorts” that allows you to play as a team in couch co-op or online. Will we lose friends and family over unsorted mail? Find out!
by Brandy BrownMay 4, 2022

Monthly Gaming Update: May 2022

Your monthly dose of all the gaming goodness that’s coming in May 2022. We do the work, so you don't have to.
by Dan MorrisMay 3, 2022

The Nightmare Inside: Were Pants Crapped?

Self-proclaimed horror junkie Maria takes on the new game, The Nightmare Inside, with fellow Couchsouper, Erika. Was this the game to finally make Maria hide under the bedsheets?
by Maria KinnunApril 29, 2022

Faithful Remakes: A Pokémon Battle to Determine the Fate of the Franchise

The Pokémon franchise turns into an industry barometer. Tyler looks at Mystery Dungeon DX and Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl to answer one key question: what makes a video game remake worth our time?
by Tyler GrahamApril 26, 2022

The Games That Define a Generation: The Original PlayStation

The original PlayStation console had a huge library of games during its run. Emmanuel shares the original PlayStation games that meant the most to him, and some of our other Couch Soup contributors share theirs, too.
by Emmanuel AlejandroApril 25, 2022
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Unpacking Game Review: It's A Moving Narrative!

Local Box enthusiast Amelia dives into the cardboard and packing peanuts of Unpacking... part block fitting puzzle, part home decoration, it's a very moving experience.
by Amelia BrownMay 11, 2022

Crafting a Story with Nier Replicant

The remastered Nier Replicant keeps gamers playing again and again to learn even more of the story. Emmanuel looks at the game's replayability and the brilliance of Yoko Taro's storycraft.
by Emmanuel AlejandroMay 5, 2022

Get Sorted With Automation* of Sorts

Get sorted and sort all the mail in this review of indie game “Automation* of Sorts” that allows you to play as a team in couch co-op or online. Will we lose friends and family over unsorted mail? Find out!
by Brandy BrownMay 4, 2022

Monthly Gaming Update: May 2022

Your monthly dose of all the gaming goodness that’s coming in May 2022. We do the work, so you don't have to.
by Dan MorrisMay 3, 2022

The Nightmare Inside: Were Pants Crapped?

Self-proclaimed horror junkie Maria takes on the new game, The Nightmare Inside, with fellow Couchsouper, Erika. Was this the game to finally make Maria hide under the bedsheets?
by Maria KinnunApril 29, 2022

Faithful Remakes: A Pokémon Battle to Determine the Fate of the Franchise

The Pokémon franchise turns into an industry barometer. Tyler looks at Mystery Dungeon DX and Brilliant Diamond and Shining Pearl to answer one key question: what makes a video game remake worth our time?
by Tyler GrahamApril 26, 2022

The Games That Define a Generation: The Original PlayStation

The original PlayStation console had a huge library of games during its run. Emmanuel shares the original PlayStation games that meant the most to him, and some of our other Couch Soup contributors share theirs, too.
by Emmanuel AlejandroApril 25, 2022

Guybrush Threepwood, Mighty Pirate! is returning to Monkey island!

Look behind you! No, it’s not a 3-headed monkey, it's the new Return to Monkey Island game from Ron Gilbert that’s being released this year, and Maria can not wait to get back on the high seas with this new Monkey Island adventure!!
by Maria KinnunApril 22, 2022

Is a New Sly Cooper Game ACTUALLY Confirmed?!

Should Sly Cooper fans get excited that a new game is in the works? There might be enough evidence out there to say one way or another! Liza breaks it all down so you can decide if it's time to get just a *little* excited (or a lot!).
by Lizabeth PhoenixApril 18, 2022

Shrunken kids, giant bugs, and surviving the backyard: Here's why you should try Grounded

Grounded from Obsidian Entertainment is giving gamers bug-sized adventure scapes for a small group of friends to survive together. Kim shares her experiences with the pre-release version.
by Kim PayneApril 15, 2022
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