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.
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When you’re talking about a bridge between the worlds of cinema and video games your mind is likely to wander towards Tron.
Monday brought another evening of games related fun, and, depending on your outlook arguably the most interesting event of the lot.
When our host kicked off the show on stage in a cat hat belting out the Snake Eater theme, we knew we were in for quite a… Hold on a second, this sounds familiar.
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.
If you are of a certain generation point and click adventures are likely to evoke a very special kind of nostalgia.
Batman crouches still and silent atop a stone gargoyle, a swirling snow-filled sky above him, the dank labyrinthine streets of Gotham scattered below.
With just over three hours of my marathon to go I was getting a little nervous about meeting my goal of completing the game.
Perhaps it’s the lack of sleep, or my poor withered eyes, or even the drunken shape I find myself in, but the Tomb of the Giants is a very scary place.
Turns out, after half a bottle of wine and 14 straight hours of Dark Souls, quite a lot can go wrong.
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