It should only take you a minute or two to finish Stephen Lavelle's latest game, but it might trigger an avalanche of frustrating memories all thanks to some freaking kitchen supplies.
Piranha Plant is a welcome addition to an already stacked cast of characters.
What's it like to watch someone play a video game of your childhood better than you could possibly imagine in 1080p at 60 frames per second? It's absolutely enthralling.
Netflix's "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo" and Keita Takahashi's "Katamari Damacy" both have philosophies about the stuff we surround ourselves with. The contrast between the two goes a lot deeper than "messy ball" versus "minimalist aesthetic."