The hype train is about to reach its final destination and I’ve somehow remained spoiler free.
SpeedRunners has been around for ages, but this month it was released free with Xbox Games with Gold. What a decision, what a game. Even if this wasn’t free, I’d […]
I’ve never been into fighting games, other than Tekken. It began with the demo disc on my first Playstation and the first 3 games. Tekken 4 was a big game […]
Seeking out new life and civilisations, but going less boldly than before.
Little Nightmares surprised me. Mostly because after playing Inside (Which I loved), I genuinely didn’t think another moody “cinematic platformer” could come close in terms of intrigue, world building and […]
Wildlands has been out for several weeks now and I’ve had plenty of time to really get to grips with it, and to discover any issues or quirks. Set in […]
The rumour mill had been churning for some time, and now Digital Foundry have confirmed it via their Twitter account: Xbox fans are about to find out if Redmond’s new […]
Today, Bungie and Activsion have revealed the Worldwide Reveal trailer for the sequel to the 2014 hit, Destiny. Players will be able to take to the stars on Xbox One, […]
It’s been far too long since the good old days of stealth games. Thief: The Dark Project stole the show back in 1998 and many others quickly, and oftentimes […]
March the 16th sees the latest backward compatible title from the Xbox 360 become available via Games with Gold, and it’s Heavy Weapon. This side scrolling, twin-stick (ish) shooter was […]
Today, March 13th, 2017, Colin Moriarty, Co-Founder of Kinda Funny Games, previously Senior Editor at IGN, announced his immediate resignation from the YouTube start-up turned fan favorite. This is what […]
The first glimpse of gameplay from the forthcoming Shadow of War has reared its Orcish head. Take a look, it looks almost as tasty as a honey-glazed hobbit. In this […]
Everyone loves a Western, well at least I do. I played the heck out of Red Dead Redemption, and when I spied Westerado: Double Barreled had been released on Xbox […]
While most games have set their sights very much on the future, Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare for example, there are others that have a more humble approach. A Pixel […]
Lego’s newest addition to the digital realm is their take on a Mincraft-esque game, where building appears to be limited just by your imagination. It also features various quests to […]
Horror has never been my favourite genre, be it in movies or games. The last true horror game I can remember playing was the original Resident Evil on the Playstation, […]