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, […]
The hype train is about to reach its final destination and I’ve somehow remained spoiler free.
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, […]