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Welcome to the TYG Pokémon Relay!

The rules are simple. Our players get 1 hour each. Any Ko’d Pokémon is to be released immediately. And Each player may only use save per turn. If a players team is wiped out they must end their turn and pass the save on to the next player and Each player gets one do over per season

Will we reach the elite four? Can we catch all the Pokémon?
Find out in the TYG Pokémon Relay

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We released Pengy out into the wild with a microphone and a handful of topics and this is the result. Everything from anime to video games no topic is safe.

Featuring music and guests from our wonderful TYG community.

  • Retropolis 2: Never Say Goodbye

    Retropolis 2: Never Say Goodbye

    Most people think of VR games as either gimmick-driven or involving leaping around your living room like Tigger with a blindfold. Retropolis 2 is one of the third type: a classically “flat” genre game that has been elevated by dropping it into VR. With the number of escape room-like VR games, I guess point and…


  • A Tactical Future – Capes – Review

    A Tactical Future – Capes – Review

    It’s probably bad form to start a review by directly comparing it to another game, but remember how people wanted Marvel Midnight Suns to be X-com with superpowers but were disappointed by random card pulls and small arenas? Well, Capes is here to save the day in a tactical turn-based combat with a team of…


  • Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End – Anime Review

    Frieren: Beyond Journey’s End – Anime Review

    A human Hero, a human Priest, a dwarf Axe Master, an elf Mage and a journey to save the world from the Demon King. Sounds pretty cliché right? But what happens after that?


  • Simulated Space Chaos – Space Docker VR – Review

    Simulated Space Chaos – Space Docker VR – Review

    My PSVR2 may not be covered in dust, but my PlayStation HOTAS certainly was until I discovered Space Docker VR. It has been out a while but still provides a unique experience on PSVR2—space flight, complete with Newtonian laws of physics.


  • Relic Odyssey: Ruins of Xantao – Review

    Relic Odyssey: Ruins of Xantao – Review

    Relic Odyssey: Ruins of Xantao is a semi-roguelike, semi-survival, semi-dungeon crawler game in early access on Steam from new indie developer Honour Bound Games.


  • Metallic Rouge – Review

    Metallic Rouge – Review

    Metallic Rouge is an original anime series created by Bones in celebration of their 25th anniversary this year


  • The Marvel Vs Capcom Fighting Collection Is A Huge Deal

    The Marvel Vs Capcom Fighting Collection Is A Huge Deal

    The Nintendo and Capcom announcement of Marvel Vs Capcom Fighting Collection is a much bigger deal than you think. If you ask any fighting game player what…


  • Can Robots commit murder? – Netflix’s Pluto – Review

    Can Robots commit murder? – Netflix’s Pluto – Review

    Netflix’s Pluto dropped last 2023 and I finally found the time to sit down and watch the eight-episode series. Let me tell you now, I was not expecting…


  • Bullet Hell Haven – Mullet Madjack – Review

    Bullet Hell Haven – Mullet Madjack – Review

    Mullet Madjack is fun. It’s as simple as that. Fun. At its core Mullet Madjack is a frantic FPS game where time and speed are the name of the game.


Penny’s Big Breakaway – Review
Penny’s Big Breakaway – Review

Bring your biggest smile, your most colourful clothing and your sickest yo-yo tricks as we dive into Penny’s Big Breakaway.

Legend of Legacy – HD Remastered
Legend of Legacy – HD Remastered

Grab your pens and paper, get ready to think strategically and embark on a fantastic RPG adventure that is Legend of Legacy HD Remastered. This charming, often forgotten and underrated 3DS game has finally been given a second chance, a new lease of life with a fresh coat of paint ready for modern systems. Before starting the game you will select one of seven characters to embark on this adventure, each character has their own story motivations as well as a set starting party built from the remaining six heroes. That’s not to say you will be stuck with these […]

My Problem With Palworld
My Problem With Palworld

We here at TYG are always looking for the next great multiplayer game and the opportunity presented by Palworld was one we were much anticipating. Combining the survival mechanics of Ark Survival with the collect-them-all appeal of Pokémon, Palworld offers a challenging and entertaining spin on the well-loved formats, but I have one major problem with it. Having created our own server, the members of TYG quickly set about making our guilds, building our camps and setting out into the open world of Pals to capture and destroy as we saw fit. By levelling up your character through catching Pals, […]

Is this the ultimate cosy chaos game? – Doronko Wanko – Review
Is this the ultimate cosy chaos game? – Doronko Wanko – Review

Have you ever wanted to live your life as a Pomeranian? Do you long to cause chaos and cover the world in mess? Then Doronko Wanko is the game for you. Released for free on the Steam store, Doronko Wanko is the cosy chaos game that puts you in the shoes of a naughty little dog who is hell-bent on covering his owner’s house in mess. Be it paint, oil, wine or mud, your job is to cover the house in as much colour as possible and uncover the hidden doggo faces. As you run around creating chaos, a counter […]

Change the story? – Saviorless – Review
Change the story? – Saviorless – Review

Are you sitting comfortably? Because it’s time for a story, the story of a boy called Antar and a journey he is about to take. This is Saviorless. Our tale begins with three beings called narrators discussing a story. The elder narrator explains to the two younger apprentices that they must never change a story, only ever read it as it is. After this back and forth, you are thrust into the world and take control of Antar as he begins his journey to the smiling islands for reasons not quite known yet. The further you travel Saviorless’s world begins to unravel itself and you are in store for various twists, turns and quite […]

Fallout – Should they have stayed in the vault? – Review
Fallout – Should they have stayed in the vault? – Review

Based on the game series of the same name by Interplay/Bethesda, Fallout sees us plunged 200 years into the future after the Earth was devastated by nuclear war.

Pneumata – Is this the horror game you’ve been waiting for?
Pneumata – Is this the horror game you’ve been waiting for?

A new horror game is on the horizon and not in the season that you would expect and I was lucky enough to be offered the chance to play a preview of Pneumata prior to its release. The section of the Pneumata I was allowed to play came from about 60% into the main story. This was set inside an asylum, but we’re not told how this relates to the plot or the motivations I was meant to be having. While these certainly remained unclear to me, I found myself drawn to reading every text log I could find just to try and piece what I could together about the world that I was having to […]

Can you survive the Withering Rooms? – Review
Can you survive the Withering Rooms? – Review

Welcome to a world where the normal natural rules don’t apply while the rules of the supernatural and Occult run wild and free, this is Withering Rooms.

Xbox Games Showcase 2024
Xbox Games Showcase 2024

The Microsoft Xbox showcase just wrapped and here is a choice selection of the announcements just made.

Protect your base and return home – Lesson Learned – Review
Protect your base and return home – Lesson Learned – Review

It’s been a while since I’ve played a tower defence game, but once I saw the art style of Lesson Learned, I knew it was time for a resurgence.

Xuan-Yuan Sword: Mists Beyond the Mountains – Review
Xuan-Yuan Sword: Mists Beyond the Mountains – Review

I hadn’t heard of the Xuan-Yuan series much before but it is a long-running RPG series hailing from China starting in 1990.

Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes – Review
Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes – Review

Get on your nostalgia goggles for Eiyuden Chronicle: Hundred Heroes a modern take on an old-school-inspired RPG helmed by Yoshitaka Murayama, the Creator of the Suikoden series.

Jack Holmes: Master Of Puppets
Jack Holmes: Master Of Puppets

Close the blinds, make the room nice and dark and grab yourself comfortable for a trip into the weird created by a solo dev, @TonyDevGame.

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