You asked, so we deliver! The first episode of Junglist's video review series 5 inch floppy is now live on GameArena! This week our video reviewer plays the Xbox Live Arcade games Limbo and Puzzle Quest 2 - one puzzle platformer and another puzzle... RPG?
The epic sequel to the most competitive RTS of all time. Set in the 26th century in a distant part of the Milky Way galaxy, the game revolves around three species: the Terrans, human exiles from Earth; the Zerg, a super-species of assimilated life forms; and the Protoss, a technologically advanced species with vast mental powers.
What does Junglist do when he has no games to review!? He checks out what's coming up, of course! This week on the floppy Jeremy, a sore loser, takes us on a journey of redemption, Mortal Kombat reboots, Marvels fighting Capcoms and Street Fighters duelling Tekkens! He talks to Shaun Himmerick from NetherRealm Studios and Wes Phillips and Seth Killian from Capcom about the upcoming fighters before dishing out a pimp slap.
This week two great new reviews - the first is an XBLA shamelessly taking inspiration from Team Fortress 2 and Defence Of The Ancients - Monday Night Combat! The second title is the quirky sex-ed game Privates - set, unsurprisingly, in the privates. It features what seems to be Jung's favourite form of humour - sexual innuendo.
Jeremy takes a look at MyEars, an Australian developed technology which turns your ordinary headphones into high quality earpieces. Jung talks to Dr Simon Carlile to take us through the science behind MyEars.
Latest title in the Metroid series, and last week's Wii exclusive release! Along the way we get insight from Yoshio Sakamoto and Yosuke Hayashi as to why they made the decisions they did in game - and of course we get Junglist's insight as well.
Historians have long debated whether civilisation rose from the ashes of warfare or was culled through peaceful trade. It's a contentious question because it obviously speaks directly to human nature. In that case, that long-standing question can be answered without the need for more archaeological research or dirty digging. Conflict is a gamer's nature and nowhere is that more apparent than in Civilization V where the march of troops and wafting gun smoke highlight the appeal of new combat elements designed to improve strategy gaming's most recognisable franchise.
FIFA has been making massive strides in the last few years, hitting its peak with the last edition’s 360 degree dribbling. EA Canada have made a habit of meaningful improvements, and the bar is set high – plus, Pro Evo 2011 has pulled its socks up. Will FIFA 11 disappoint?
The Floppy is back, and all your old strategies are useless against it! Jung takes on the brand new (and unbelievably charming) Space Invaders: Infinity Gene in this episode of the 5 Inch Floppy - and when he's done he lives the life of a shopkeeper with Recettear! Check out his verdict for both with the latest episode!
Junglist has taken on the beast which is the new Castlevania game, and he's come away a winner. The newest episode of the 5 Inch Floppy dives in head first into the reboot of Castlevania while our video review specialist works out the kinks in the game.
An epic episode of the 5 Inch Floppy drops this week as Junglist treats us to his perspective on Vanquish - from the studio which brought us the divisive Bayonetta - and gets into the fantastic Super Meat Boy. It's a long one, this one, but totally worth the watch.
Junglist is back with the second GameArena Duke Nukem Forever interview, this time with our 5 Inch Floppy host taking questions in a different direction (though Randy does seem to like to start the same way :P).