At some point when the Earth was new and God was a boy, all the way back in late 2016 when the idea of a global pandemic was a subject for the history books as something that only happened after world wars and would never ever happen again, I did an Early Access video review […]Read More Ghost of a Tale review – Sleekit, cowrin, tim’rous beastie
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
So I only relatively recently reviewed Arkham Origins, deciding that it was something of a low point for the Arkham series of games. Which is actually still pretty good when one takes a broader view of things, definitely still fun and amusing and full of Batman-style punchy-goodness. However, everyone was excited for the release of […]Read More Arkham Knight review – You and your silly Arkham Knnnnnnn-iggits!
Styx *hurrkk* Master of Shadows published by Focus Home Interactive and developed by Cyanide Studios (who you might know because of Impire) is apparently a prequel to the game Of Orcs and Men, a game from back in 2012. No, I hadn’t heard of it before either. A quick Google search informs me that Of Orcs and Men […]Read More Styx: Master of Shadows review – The only thief who glows in the dark
The following article contains some spoilers for the end of Bioshock Infinite. Bioshock Infinite was unquestionably one of my favourite games of 2013 and remains every bit as excellent. It ought to be a mark of its excellence that I actually played the game through twice despite its linear path and story, simply because I […]Read More Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea DLC review – Constants and variables
Hitman is a game with what I believe is a great pedigree. The most recent game before Absolution, Blood Money, was praised and lauded by just about everyone so with that sort of background Absolution has both a lot to live up to and a lot of fans to please. Made by IO Interactive you play as […]Read More Hitman Absolution review – If you were a real Assassin you’d SUCK!
Another week has passed, I hope that for you it was more productive than mine was. The biggest news that you can expect from me this week is that I completed Deus Ex: Human Revolution on Xbox and despite constantly saving and being more careful than a very careful thing I managed to set off […]Read More Endweek News – Awesome Gameplay of Dishonored, Concept Art of Episode 3, some Halo 4 stuff, Meeting the Pyro and the release date of Guild Wars 2
38 Studios in conjunction with Big Huge Games and EA today released Kingdom’s of Amalur: Reckoning in North America and it will be coming to stores in Europe on the 10th. If you haven’t heard anything about it it’s a massive fantasy RPG which looks to have gameplay similar to that of Dragon Age (in […]Read More Kingdom’s of Amalur: Reckoning – radio silence much?