Leo Espada

Highly opinionated one half of GwtW.com, gaming for over 30 years.

Luna Sky – Luna means ‘Moon’ and Sky means ‘Sky’. Did I win?

UPDATE: My original review for Luna Sky was posted, then removed, I spoke with developer Vovoid, and they were unhappy with the state of their game and due to time constraints pushed it out and wanted a chance to fix the glaring issues. These guys obviously love their game, and …

Read More »

Lumber Island: That Special Place In Your Heart… Attacks… REVIEW

I love a good scary movie or game, sometimes I’m actually craving the adrenaline rush. While I don’t scream and cower under my covers, I do relish something that can at least get my pulse going, and make me a little nervous. Issues arise when trying to satiate that desire and coming …

Read More »

Humble Bundle Offers Monthly Subscription Details

Humble Bundle unveiled a new subscription package program that’s similar to what some game marketplaces are doing. The Humble Monthly is a $12 a month subscription that provides its members with a free “top notch” game bundle each month. As always a percentage (5%) of earnings is donated to charities. These …

Read More »

Blacksea Odyssey – This Isn’t Your Grandfather’s Fishing Game

The indie gaming scene could easily be compared to the Gold Rush era of old. So many developers, thousands and thousands of games, sifting through them all to arrive at the gold nugget or gem isn’t easy. That’s what the indie game landscape has become in the last few years. Not …

Read More »

Slicing Brazilian Folklore in Daily Espada REVIEWED

  South and Central American mythologies are perhaps not as popular as Greek and Roman mythologies, but nonetheless they are equally unique and intriguing. Brazilian folklore is one example, their stories and myths are the result of their rich blended mixture of peoples. You have African slaves who brought over their …

Read More »

Mortal Kombat Gets Even Kombatier On PC

  This week WB interactive and NeverRealm Studios released a massive patch for Mortal Kombat X. Among the many fixes, online support has been smoothed out. Control displays should map out accurately if you decide to go with the your own custom layouts. Additionally there is an option to select …

Read More »

Project Spark Going “Completely Free” October 5th

  Remember that one E3 where we all saw that one cool game, that was about building your own game, and sharing it to everyone. It was like emergent gameplay to the tenth power? Then Microsoft rolled its plans to make everything a microtransaction? Want a lighter blue sky? $2.00. Want …

Read More »

What are you doing October 8-12?

  Call your wife/girlfriend/boyfriend/pet/significant other right now. Let them know the following. October 8 – 12 you, your body, your brain will be unavailable. Why? Star Wars Battlefront will be on free open Beta for that time period. Time to put your massive PC muscles the flex they’ve been yearning …

Read More »

Here Lies Verlies II REVIEW

  Jack of all trades, master of none. That phrase can define games like Verlies II, a mash up of several genres into one. Each genre representation is a lighter simpler version of perhaps its dedicated game brethren. Verlies II is fun, I found myself looking past many issues and …

Read More »

Batman Arkham Knight Gets an Interim Interim Patch from Kaldaien

September 2,2015 the famed interim patch for Batman Arkham Knight releases, does it make the game playable? Yes. It actually does. It brings the game up to the levels Kaldaien introduced back in July. I actually found that the game performed better than before especially QHD resolution levels. However I …

Read More »