Diana shares with you the first article of many on her thesis about videogames!
Never give up on your dreams.
Anna attempts to talk about The Night of the Rabbit's soundtrack with words instead of random gleeful noises
First robots are taking our jobs, now they're taking our videogames!
In this month's (NSFW) installment of "Hacks'n'Slash," we explore a beyond-ridiculous Animal Crossing farce, Tales of Tikitaki. May contain pole dancing.
Early Access game Vidar combines Shakespearean tragedy with RPG puzzles.
A solid game with a solid soundtrack.
A new way for the world to experience micro-transactions!
Warning: Younger readers may find the archaic topics discussed in this article confusing and disturbing.
Diana gushes about her favorite phone-based dating sim.
This Day in GameCola History: November 17th
Kicking off the holiday season with this timeless November 17th celebration.
Starbound: In Perspective
Robyn looks back at Starbound, analyzing changes to the game and determining if it's still the same experience as it was years ago.
Top of the Heap: The Naughty Side of the NES
Despite efforts by Nintendo to keep the NES squeaky clean, some unlicensed game developers managed leak some smuttiness onto the otherwise family-friendly system.
Slime Rancher (PC)
Become the rancher of slimes that you always wanted to but never knew you could be in this fun and cute game.
Disregard Canon, Acquire Representation: Naoto Shirogane is a Transman
Why accept the canon explanation when the story could be so much more interesting?
Inside the Guide: Love Chronicles: The Sword and the Rose
Michael Gray is back with a new walkthrough, just in time for the holiday season!
Card Sweethearts (PC)
I don't know anything about romance-sim dating. There it is ladies and gentlemen. That's my return to videogame journalism after a year of being out of the game, and to top it all off, the only reason
Another GameCola Staff Member Falls to the Lure of Eternal Wedded Happiness
Spend too much time reading this and you may also end up engaged, or on fire.
Retro ≠ Good: River City Ransom
Daniel comes back once again to discuss how some retro games are not as good as people remember. This time he lashes out against River City Ransom...what? This can't be right...
What's On My Tablet?
Shannon gives a quick run-down of all the mobile games (impediments to productivity) currently installed on her tablet.