Simplicity is often thought to be the key in gaming. And what would be more simple and relaxing than enjoying the simple bob of the ocean, with something as innocuous as a rubber ducky? Well, if that same ocean is … Continue reading →
Last month a beta edition of Dark Souls II opened up for a handful of lucky players, giving fans the chance to try out the game without the need for heading along to an expo or having an inside source … Continue reading →
The ability to end a story is an undervalued skill. Ending a franchise is even more so. To avoid spoilers, let’s just say Batman: Arkham City wrapped up the series well with one doozy of an ending. Sure, there were … Continue reading →
Rocksmith was a refreshingly honest game that knew exactly what it was about. You plugged in a guitar and played some tunes. Do well and you’d be trusted with more complicated versions to play. If you were willing to put … Continue reading →
Starting its life as a 1st person Kinect hack and slash game, Ryse has kept its setting and gritty combat, but is now a third-person “cinematic action-adventure” game. Ryse tells the story of Marius Titus, a man who witnesses the … Continue reading →
The go-to game for team based combat, the shooter for people who are team members, not lone wolves. Battlefield is a well-established series, so let’s see what Battlefield 4 may bring to the fight. Throughout this gaming generation, there has … Continue reading →
You won’t find many series more divisive than Dynasty Warriors. To the critics it’s the basest form of hack ‘n’ slash tedium: a mundane slog through various brown battlefields carving up hordes of identikit enemies. Of course those critics are … Continue reading →
With each Saints Row game the old comparisons to the Grand Theft Auto series become less relevant as Saints Row’s genre and styling has been changed drastically since we saw the first title appear in 2006.
The latest edition in the worlds foremost anthropomorphic community simulator is dropping this month on Nintendo 3DS. Released a whole 6 months ago in Japan, Animal Crossing: New Leaf will find its way to North American shores on June 9th, … Continue reading →
Wetware is a new title from Glasgow-based indie developers Reality Council, a real-time strategy set in a dystopian future with all the cyberpunk trimmings: hackers for hire, mega corporations, cyber espionage, and a quest to take over the Net.
Marvel Heroes is the upcoming free to play, multiplayer action RPG. Featuring a roster of your favourite Marvel heroes, teaming up to face Doctor Doom and prevent him from using the power of the Cosmic Cube to destroy the world.