• Blade Kitten (XBLA)

    It has been a furry long time since I last reviewed a game with an anthropomorphic main character, and I guess that's because they are a guilty pleasure of mine—the games, not the anthropomorphic la

  • Minus the Pudding: The Best of Xbox Live Indie Games

    Some of you may be familiar with the Game Developers Conference—that's where developers from all around the world gather to build new friendships, share ideas with one another, swap war stories, and, in general, work together hand-in-hand to realize the full potential of videogames as an art medium. Hah-hah! I'm kidding of course; it's actually just another way for people to promote and sell videogames. It's like E3, only with more pretension; or, it's like PAX, only with a lot more pretension. It's not without its highlights, though, and one of the highlights of this year's conference was a panel on none other than Xbox Live Indie Games. (At least, I assume it was one of the highlights. GameCola, as typical, didn't get an invite, probably because we do things like call it pretentious.)

  • Sonic to Star in New Sonic Game

    According to Joystiq—and probably a lot of other sites, too, but Joystiq's the only videogame news site I read now, since I gave up on Kotaku when their headlines started getting annoying to read in

  • … of the Month: I’m Not Giving You Any Money, Gina

    As if you are the first person to make a YouTube video and call me out for owing you money. Psh. BUT, this isn't about money, is it? No, this is about GameCola's number one menace: Furries.