It’s been over 20 years since Jane Jensen’s seminal point ‘n click adventure, Gabriel Knight graced the bedroom PCs of a generation of gamers. A score of years which hasn’t been all too kind to the genre, and it’s really … Continue reading →
We do love a reason to dress up, don’t we? October was barely creeping in between the cracks of September before the Halloween things started littering the department shops like a neglectful orange mould.
The summer holidays are here. Now is the time to travel, and the weather couldn’t be better for it. The sun is out, the storms well and truly behind us, and temperatures creep up into the thirties each day.
Those yet to play The Wolf Among Us Episode 5 “Cry Wolf” may want to note the time they start. This will come in handy when the end credits roll and the player wonders how Telltale Games thinks it can … Continue reading →
The Magic bandwagon continues to roll on unabated this year. After a successful release of Duels of the Planeswalker 2014 and 2013 being given away for free to XBox Live Gold members, a new wave of gamers have been introduced … Continue reading →
While Dark Souls has impressed me at every turn with the scope and imagination of its world design, I think it’s fair to say that the Demon Ruins and Lost Izalith top the rest of the world by some margin.
Further cementing its status as one of the most forward-thinking and diverse festivals going, the Glasgow Film Festival supplemented its 2014 programme with the welcome return of its Game Cats Go Miaow strand.