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Kaiju Wars on NuclearMonster Live

Kaiju Wars came out recently from Foolish Mortals Games, it’s a little bit of Into the Breach-style turn-based combat mixed with some Advance Wars and of course the fun Godzilla-esque styling. The writing is cute and it’s clear from little things like the menus including public domain videos of old monster movies that the developers really cared about the subject.

You can watch my NuclearMonster Live video above or on YouTube.

Kaiju Wars is $20 on Steam for Windows, macOS (prior to 10.15 Catalina), or Linux. There’s a $2 discount until May 5th and a free demo is available.

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Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale on NuclearMonster Live

Lets take a look at Recettear: An Item Shop’s Tale on NuclearMonster Live

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Diner Bros Part 1 on Nuclear Monster Live

Mrs. Nuclear Monster joined me to try out Diner Bros, a co-operative multiplayer game in the style of Diner Dash. We had fun.

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Part 2 of Elden Ring on Nuclear Monster Live

Lotta dying in this one!

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BF4 Operation Outbreak

DICE released their Battlefield 4 community map today alongside another large patch to the game. Here’s an hour of it on video. While it is good that they are still releasing free content for almost two years after BF4 was first released, it still feels strange to have a “community map” when they could have released real community map making tools and encouraged hundreds of map creations. It’s not easy to put together a package of tools to make maps for a game, but it is worth it when you’re trying to keep people interested in a series for years between official sequels.