In the days before the fall of the USSR and the Berlin Wall, there was a time when the simple crossing of borders in Europe was fraught with risk, peril and political unrest.
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After months of building anticipation, the news has finally hit. Microsoft threw the curtains aside and let the light shine on their newest creation. The XboxOne.
Don’t say we aren’t good to you! Nor are the folks at Penny Arcade. It seems they’re super-keen for people to play the 3rd installment of their RPG series On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness. A game which we covered … Continue reading
It’s been a scant 10 months since the release of the game Police Force, the simulation dedicated to giving players a taste of the life of a hard working pair of coppers on the beat. Surprisingly, considering the original game’s … Continue reading
Vampires. They tend to come in two varieties. The ancient, gothy, corset and flowing robe style, and the ultra-slick modern, tattoos and neon glowstick trousers sort. Or at least that’s what the movies would tell you.
Hey there Comic Book Fans and gamers alike!
It’s hard to write enough about Bioshock Infinite in a few words, there’s so much to say, even explaining the world is a lengthy process.
Since the first Silent Hill game in 1999, the series has stayed the course, never slipping too far from the minds of the gamer populace and always keeping the fans eager for more.
If you haven’t heard the intense furore over the creation, nay the existence of Anita Sarkeesian’s video-documentary series Tropes vs. Women, then you must be oblivious to the ebbs and flows of the internet.
The word ‘taffer’, will have strange and special meaning to some Gamers. It reminds them of darkened cobbled streets and the safety of shadows spilling across carpeted floors. It reminds them of a game called, Thief. A curious steampunk game, … Continue reading