The Chaos Engine, for those familiar with it there’s not much to say about the latest HD remake of an early 90’s classic.
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Worms Clan Wars is the latest in the long running series that pits invertebrate against invertebrate in a nihilistic battle to the death.
Mankind largely hasn’t used swords in combat for over 200 years, yet the popularity of shows such as Game of the Thrones, which feature swordplay prominently, has meant that some developers have taken a swing at creating realistic sword fighting … Continue reading
If there’s one criticism levelled at RPG’s, after of course the tired nerdy genre cliche, it’s that the combat is often boring. Most games simply ask you to select an attack and wait and even in more interactive games like … Continue reading
In 2009 Square Go was one of the first UK outfits to review King’s Bounty: The Legend; a game that reinvented 1990 adventure RPG King’s Bounty for a new decade. Warriors of the North is the latest stand alone expansion … Continue reading
There aren’t many classic video game franchises that can entice non-gamers to play. Aside from the Mario series and the rhythm genre it’s difficult to pull in observers. In my University days, Mario Kart fulfilled such a role, after tiring … Continue reading
Grand Slam Tennis was a Wii exclusive whereas its bigger brother serves up action on the technically superior PS3 and Xbox 360. In a departure from the Wii title’s cartoon visuals and simple controls, the only substantial carry over is … Continue reading
In the Street Fighter vs Mortal Kombat debate I just shrug, except on odd occasions I don’t bother too much with fighters. But Soul Calibur does hold a place in my heart; its Mario Kart approach allows newcomers to go … Continue reading
Frozenbyte are perhaps most well known for their involvement in the humble bundle offerings (collections of games, created by low budget/staff development teams, with no restrictions on the number of times they can be used) and it’s a sequel to … Continue reading
The first question you might have upon hearing the name Trine is “what is a ‘trine’?”. The short answer is that it’s an astrological concept relating to two objects being linked together. Its symbol is a triangle – which is … Continue reading