Diablo III was a game which I fell in love with in the beginning, I blasted through in decent fashion until I reached the gates of the High Heaven's in Chapter IV and thenRead More »
I was saved from scrambling to come up with an introduction with the announcement of Civilization: Beyond Earth which is coming this 'Fall' according to the American terminology. The spiritual successor toRead More »
Zork. TerraFirmA. Nethack. The kind of games that conjure up memories of squinting at “@” symbols convincing yourself it was a rat, or possibly an ogre. I spent a fair amount of time withinRead More »
Back from rehabilitation, Gaming Crowdfunding Weekly cleans up its act and gets back to what really matters: underfunded puzzle platformers like Kodama, collectible miniatures making the transition to video games with Prodigy, fart-propelled naked spacemen in CosmochoriaRead More »
I don't know where the time has got to this week, it is already Friday and I realise that I've entirely neglected to write about some fairly cool indie game news that has appearedRead More »
Frozen Endzone is a simple game. You have a team of players. They have a team of players. You both have endzones. There is one ball. All you have to do is get theRead More »
Big news this week as Facebook buy out Oculus for $2 billion dollars while everyone simultaneously scratches their heads in bemusement and wonders if they can get refunds on their Kickstarter donations.Read More »
As the new generation (and the new war) of consoles rumbles reluctantly into second gear, I have decided that, for once, I won’t be jumping on this particular bandwagon only as it hurtles intoRead More »
Ok, you may want a cup of tea before you start reading this one; it's going to be long, but I think this title deserves an in-depth analysis.
Thief is... well I don't know exactly.
It is strange to think that is was way back in June 2012 that I reviewed Diablo III, strange as it just goes to show how time flies. It also means thatRead More »
Having created a (largely) well received opener for its difficult second album, The Walking Dead strides with confidence into an exciting second episode that is packed with memorable moments and tantalising hints of theRead More »
I was never meant to be playing Strider, that was a job that had initially be given to Steph, our resident retro-gaming expert. However, it turns out that Strider is one of an increasingRead More »
How do you spend 50 hours playing a game with a 25 minute campaign?Read More »
In recent crowdfunding updates, I’ve probably not done a fantastic job of hiding my enthusiasm for the Unsung Story project – I’d always have that little bit more to say on it, and myRead More »