Sea of Thieves by Rare is a game all about wish fulfillment of the highest order. It’s also one of those rare (heh) flashes of brilliant game design where someone has seen a niche in the market which isn’t being properly filled and so Rare have managed to jump into the gap and fill it. […]Read More Sea of Thieves review – Why is the purpose of games always gone?!
It doesn’t bother me… I swear! I’ve aged, I’ve grown, I’ve matured. I am both wiser and more benevolent for my years, more accepting of the way others do things even if I’d have done it differently. Except none of this is true, and GODAMMIT BETHESDA, how hard would it have been to release a […]Read More Dishonored 2 review – Blink and you miss it
Have you and your friends ever done that thing? Y’know, it’s later in the evening when someone says “man I kind of want to play some co-op games!” Then there’s the inevitable struggle to find something everybody enjoys and, more importantly, owns. Invariably, in these situations one ends up browsing Steam and the web for […]Read More Vermintide review – Ahm not a raaaaat!
Antichamber is something I only recently caught wind of, which is pretty damn surprising consider the amount of awards it has been nominated for and even won. Seriously, head over to the official website and check out the awards listed at the top it’s absolutely insane and has won awards as far back as 2009. […]Read More Antichamber review – Antibrainer!
I will admit to viewing the announcement of Dishonored earlier this year with some mixed feelings. Initially I saw that they had used the American, and thus INCORRECT, version of spelling Dishonoured in the title and so was a little bit dubious about the game. Then I realised that it was being published by Bethesda […]Read More Dishonored Review – You bring great honour to this famiry!
Release Date City Just one release date for you this week. Developers Ronimo Games have announced that sometime in the next month the successful MOBA, fresh from XBLA and PSN, Awesomenauts will be getting a PC release version on Steam. There is not definite release date yet, but saying “this month” is close enough in […]Read More Endweek News – Release Date City, Colour Me Intrigued and Videos
As we had my thoughts on Minecraft in review form a few days ago it seems only fitting that this weeks Video Mondaily be on Minecraft. More to the point it’s all about MY Minecraft. That’s right! This isn’t one of those “how to survive in Minecraft” videos which have been done to death ever […]Read More Video Mondaily – Seb shows off his Minecraft
I’m sitting as a write this, with a miller genuine draft in my hand. This fact may directly influence the content of this review and for that I apologize. Yet I bloody deserve this beer! My long hard nights in the library have kept the exams at bay. I have reemerged from my studying […]Read More Dear Esther: Maybe.
In between various other projects I have on the go at the moment (including those small things… my exams…), I have been playing a bit of the fairly new Indie Game AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome by Dejobaan Games and Owlchemy Labs.Read More AaaaaAAaaaAAAaaAAAAaAAAAA!!! for the Awesome Review
Okay so it’s not made by Valve (it’s made by a company called Toxic Games) and it’s REALLY not set in the Half-Life Universe and has nothing to do with Portal or Aperture Science. You can check the trailer after the jump!Read More Q.U.B.E. Aperture Science doesn’t just do Portals