How many times can Madhog shoehorn a WayForward pun in the course of 30 minutes? Devar is about to find out!
When Tumblr and Deviantart love each other very, very much…
You’re going down, bleached twat!
Don’t pollute the universe! She has a blade!
This episode is sponsored by The Devil. Hail Satan!
“Watch out! She has a blade!”
A space bounty hunting cat girl with a floating blade invades the 1997’s special edition of “Star Wars” and makes it a lot more bearable.
“Jotun” is a hand-drawn, frame-by-frame animated Action/Exploration title developed by indie studio Thunder Lotus Games. It’s a simple, straightforward narrative pitting a Viking woman against the titular giants in order to impress the Gods and earn her access to Valhalla. This is a visually impressive love letter to Norse Mythology that, stylistically, seems to be paying homage to both Eastern European and mainstream Western animation – in that regard, the bosses feel like they came out of a Don Bluth’s fever dream. The aesthetics and the scope of it all are indeed its strongest points; the same cannot be said about the gameplay system, which is downright unwieldy at times (especially since the game refused to read Madhog’s controller). Nevertheless, if you are a fan of traditional animation as well as of Norse Mythology, this title definitely deserves your attention. You can buy it on Steam.
Mad the Hog and Devar the British gotta talk fast about one of the best 2D action platformers in recent memory.
Madhog tries a new screen recorder on his new PC in order to showcase some high quality videogame footage. What do you think?