Tag Archives: Puzzle

The Geek Show - A Conversation About Danganronpa V3 - Killing Harmony

A Conversation About Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony

Rob and Mark are in session with the latest addition to the surreal and psychotic visual novel franchise that made Monokuma a star and popularised the school-based killing game sub-genre in anime, manga and video games. So can Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony stand up to

The Geek Show - On The Box

On The Box 78 – The Netflix Swingers Party

Apparently changing the name from The Million Pound Drop to The 100K Drop has nothing to do with Brexit the devaluation of the pound. In other news, the feud between AMC and Frank Darabont gets a little worse and it’s now a federal crime in

The Geek Show - PX16 - Puyo Puyo Persona

PX16 – Puyo Puyo Persona

This week we hit the wall with gaming exhaustion at it’s most incomprehensible before finding our happy place. We start by getting elbow deep in the strange puzzle combination of Puyo Puyo Tetris, the cute-yet-gothic puzzle-platformer A Rose in the Twilight, and indie roguelike action-platform

The Geek Show - PX15 - Guardians of the Lego Kingdom

PX15 – Guardians of the Lego Kingdom

Controversial opinions and sandwich conspiracies ahoy on this latest episode of Press X. On the gaming side of things (that is what we’re all about after all), our bounty includes a load of LEGO (Worlds and City: Undercover), the strange Japanese school-based visual novel stylings

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild

It always feels like a special day when a new BIG Zelda game is released, it feels like almost the entire gaming world stops to take it in. And with a whole new console to play the game on stakes seem to be high for

The Geek Show - S12E14 - Cute is Justice

S12E14 – Cute is Justice

Does cute really make you smarter? Does cute make right? Join us as we dive into the confusion that is kawaii and/or moe – we just don’t know. How can you tell? Is there a guide book? Reviews: Nights of Azure (PS4), A Clockwork Brain

Portal

Originally released as part of the orange box collection on PC and Xbox, then later on PS3, MAC and Linux – Portal is an exciting puzzle game based on physics. Now some people might be thinking “Puzzles and Physics? Exciting?” but all that reveals is