Today at 3pmPST Nintendo will be sharing fifty facts about the upcoming Super Smash Bros. for Wii U. While the 3DS version has been out for almost a month now the Wii U version isn’t out until November 21st in the US and through early December in other territories. The 3DS version revealed the game’s complete roster and features an exclusive mode called Smash Run, but what does the home console version have in store?
Watch the full 35 minute stream live below the cut or on Nintendo’s Twitch channel. We’ll be live blogging the announcements as they come, and after the stream wraps up you can check back for a full recap.
Twitch streamer Dylan Zaner, aka 8BitHomo, recently became Twitch partner, which means his channel will be promoted by Twitch as featured content and he will be given other opportunities to help grow his audience on the game streaming service. This is wonderful news for gaymers and anybody looking for a queer-friendly stream to tune into.
Tomorrow, Saturday October 9th, 8BitHomo will be conducting a 24 hour live stream to raise money for The Trevor Project. The stream starts at 9am CST and is being done with the support of Gay Geeks, GaymerX, and all of us here at GayGamer.net
Originally announced in 2006 alongside Final Fantasy XIII, Final Fantasy XV has become one of gaming’s most notorious titles. It’s development has been fraught with numerous delays, rumors of becoming vaporware, and even the possibility of turning into a musical. Yes, a musical. While the game’s E3 2013 showing renewed faith that it still exists, it had absolutely zero presence at E3 2014 whatsoever. Given the game’s history this was….concerning, to say the least.
This week’s Tokyo Game Show brought a number of announcements about the title, and while none of them are a release date (or even a window) they are pretty noteworthy nonetheless.
Alice is an up and coming Youtuber who shares his love of video games online in the form of Let’s Play videos, early reviews, and more. His channel currently features a number of indie games that he shares his time with for others to watch.
He recently reached out to an indie developer in hopes of landing a spot on their media list, in hopes of securing an early copy of their game to review. What he got in return was some PR guy’s dick pic.
Vlogger Rantasmo has made a name for himself dissecting media that, as he puts it, ‘needs more gay’. In his aptly titled video series he carefully analyzes the queer content in all sorts of media from film to TV to, you guessed it, video games. In his latest episode he takes a look at Gone Home, the breakout indie title of 2014. In his review he addresses some common complaints against the The Fullbright Company’s gay friendly hit while also explaining why its 90s setting is an integral part of its queer themes.