Since the beginning of time, September 16th has been a celebrated day across the cultures of the world. As you may have been at your local community’s September 16th celebrations, you may have missed out on GameCola’s own recognition of the beloved holiday. For that reason, I’m commemorating this September 16th by listing all of GameCola’s contributions for that date.
September 16th, 2015—Fabricated News: Valve to Stop Accepting New Games on Steam
The news may have been fake, but the article was real! If the story had been true, we wouldn’t have Cat President. We’ll see where we stand on this next year.
September 16th, 2014—Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward Playthrough – Part 2: Reviving the Series
At the time of the article, it had been 23 months since we’d last posted about our Zero Escape: Virtue’s Last Reward playthrough—and 23 months after that, we posted that we finally completed it! You don’t have to sit down and watch the full playthrough right now, but maybe put it on your to-do list for after you get home from your own September 16th party today.
September 16th, 2013—After 23 Years, a River City Ransom Sequel
Speaking of taking years to complete something, we’re not the only ones. Quality takes time, and Conatus Creative has been hard at it for the past three years—and I can only imagine well over the budget raised during the Kickstarter campaign. Their latest previews look great, so let’s just hope they’re ready to launch before next September 16th!
September 16th, 2012—Mid-Boss #17: Murphy’s Flaw
As we move further into the future, automation is becoming more common. In 2016, cars that drive themselves are all the rage; in 2012, it was games that play themselves. Check out this comic that celebrates the heights we’ve reached in the realm of game development.
September 16th, 2011—Mega Man (PC)
Everyone remembers Mega Man, that classic franchise of the gaming world. Here at GameCola, we reviewed the pivotal title that really brought the series to a worldwide audience: Mega Man for PC. I’m sure we’ve all played this classic title, but why not take a trip down memory lane and give this review a read?