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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
I’ve been replaying the original Crash Bandicoot games as I patiently wait for the release of the N. Sane Trilogy!
With Android Apps swarming the Play store and iOS store daily, ripping off fully fledged Indie games, and AAA titles, finding and playing a game such as Dungeon Rushers has been a well needed breath of fresh air.
Finally, at long last, the sequel for Halo Wars has arrived. More importantly, though, is it any good? The original Halo Wars was a pleasant diversion from the usual FPS […]
Realism in games is something that is often marketed to the masses. It’s highlighted as one of the driving elements of certain titles. Battlefield and previous Call of Duty releases […]
The Batman Lego movie story pack is the newest release in a long line of Lego Dimensions sets, and follows the movie adaptation trend of Ghostbusters and Fantastic Beasts, which […]
My review of the “Gwent: The Game” Beta and how it differs from the original.
When I first heard about Ubisoft’s venture into the slippery slope of winter sports, I was definitely in two minds as to whether or not I’d like it, or if […]
In the last few years the big blockbuster, AAA titles have dominated the market. There isn’t a month that goes by where we don’t hear about a Battlefield, Call of […]
Games Workshop has certainly embraced the digital age. The last twelve or so months has seen several of their most popular titles re-imagined in digital form. Some of these place […]
Virginia is unlike any other game I’ve previously played. And it’s probably unlike any game you’re going to play for quite a while. It doesn’t rely on vast, epic scenes […]
Games Workshop have been involved in adaptations of their turn-based titles for quite a few years. Some have been quite successful, others less so – for various reasons. Mordheim has […]