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, […]
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Plots, narrative, storylines. These aspects of entertainment often feature in video games in a variety of ways and in varying degrees of importance. For some titles the plot is simply […]
Ubisoft have announced a partnership with Lightstorm Entertainment and Fox Interactive and will be creating new Avatar game for consoles and PC set on Pandora. Massive Entertainment, a Ubisoft studio, is leading […]
The new expansion will effectively allow us to build walls, cause a refugee crisis and become ultra-synthetic, overly-modified despots.
Warner Bros. Interactive have just announced a follow up to the brilliant Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor, called Middle earth: Shadow of War. The previous game, Shadow of Mordor was […]
Video games come in all shapes and sizes. Some are platform-based, others are first person shooters. Others follow the strategy theme and some a more eclectic variation on what we […]
Our resident Grinch with a general dislike of non-alcohol-based humour, Base, provides a candid walkthrough of his second season of XCOM 2. Warning! May contains honesty. And a little […]
This week I finally sat down and played last year’s Virginia, one of the titles in my growing indie back catalogue (I’ll get to you one day Firewatch). Flugel reviewed […]
Titanfall 2 is by far my most played game of the last few months. Since launch Respawn have been very communicative, tweaking and balancing weapons and dropping DLC like Live […]
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 […]
Like Siks post on parenthood a while back, I too have encountered some difficulty in getting to play all of my games. It comes with the territory. But there are […]
Our resident montage guy, Vinnie, has put together a compilation of skill and guts. And those guts are all over the floor.