I’m not going to go so far as to say that I dislike roguelikes. In fact I can immediately name a couple I’ve had a good time with, along with a few darlings of the industry, things like FTL and Binding of Issac. However, for all that, I also think roguelikes in general are not […]Read More For the King review – For the SLOOTS
Multiplayer RPGs. It’s a tough nut to crack when it comes to writing out my thoughts for them. Eagle-eyed readers may have noticed a conspicuous absence of any review of Divinity: Original Sin (the first one) despite the fact that I gave it my game of the year for 2014. This is because I find […]Read More Divinity: Original Sin 2 review – Forgive me father for I have sinned. Again.
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?!
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!
As will hopefully become more and more clear over the coming year, I have a new computer, and this has sort of breathed a new lease of life into MMGaming. We are making plans, making videos, starting to stream with increasing regularity (both on Twitch and on Youtube) and, most importantly we are playing more […]Read More Video Mondaily – Tim and Seb Play Rome 2
Do you remember local multiplayer? Back when the Nazis were rampaging across Europe and the days when if you had suggested an “always online” experience you would have been laughed back to whatever pit you crawled out of. Man, those were the days…Read More Local Multiplayer editorial – Everyone should get Towerfall
Ah. It’s good to be back in the saddle and today I bring news of my week playing the Steam Greenlight hopeful StarMade. “But what IS StarMade? Can I spread it on my toast?” you may ask in a curiously attractive, yet nasal voice. Well, beautiful internet person, let me tell (and show) you […]Read More StarMade Preview – SPAAAAAACE!!
Written and reviewed by Michael Burke. Coming to the franchise, and the genre, for the first time I initially had nothing with which to compare Anomaly 2, but I can say that it is without a doubt an enjoyable game.Read More Anomaly 2 review – Not quite as unknown as you might think
Having played a game in the original Neptune’s Pride and now having played through a number of Neptune’s Pride 2: Triton (a name I approve of as it is one of the moons of Neptune) games I think I am in a reasonably educated and sensible position to produce a review on the new and […]Read More Neptune’s Pride 2: Triton review – Backstabbing better than Assassin’s Creed
Party of Sin by Crankshaft Games is a side-scrolling platforming (described as a puzzle-platformer) game set within the battle between Heaven and Hell. You play as the anthropomorphic personifications of the 7 Deadly Sins: Wrath, Envy, Lust, Gluttony, Sloth, Greed and Pride who have been very naughty sins indeed and have thus been punished by […]Read More Party of Sin – Wrath. Definitely Wrath.