Today The Reticule’s (not at) E3 Speculate-athon comes to an end as I take a look at Bioware's sacrifices to the great gods of hype. With the possible exception of Robot Chicken Reggie atRead More »
Spider-tank, Spider-tank, does whatever a spider-tank does…
I've somehow managed to open this piece without even mentioning dogs or the watching thereof; welcome to a brave new world people! Find out what I think about
Today's Our Week in Games is a post-E3 Special we take a few moments to reflect on the week of E3 that just went by. What were our highlights, did we expect to seeRead More »
While E3 has come to an end, and many a British journalist is facing a long-slog home to face the jet-lag, we here at The Reticule are still going to have some thoughts toRead More »
I've always found E3 to be a peculiar beast and I still question it's relevance given the internet's always on, always now capabilities, but I guess you've got to give the PR guys 'n'Read More »
My my, how time flies. This coming week brings us to another E3, the massive game trade show in the States where the big boys show off their big titles and try to springRead More »
Nazi's to shoot? Check.
Massive list of secrets to find? Check
Action-packed adventures? Check.
Welcome to the Verdict on Wolfenstein: The New Order, do you need to read any more after that intro?
The game known as Watch Dogs but which really is called Watch underscore Dogs came out last week. Jon is working on a Verdict for the coming few weeks, but right now we areRead More »
It's always fun to come up with random new names for news roundups, they're the biggest challenge we here at Reticule Towers are faced with. Either that or trying to find the time inRead More »
I normally start a Verdict like this by saying something along the lines of "I've never played a game in this series before, but this really surprised me." Or I might write "IRead More »
If you haven't heard of Fictiorama Studios yet then I don't blame you. They are a very discreet and hard working literal band of brothers based in Madrid, who's debut adventure game Dead SynchronicityRead More »
I dropped the name of Project CARS the other day when I was talking about the announcement of GRID Autosport and followed it up by having a quick blast with a BMWRead More »