You might recall we mentioned Puppeteer in our review of Foul Play as another example of fourth wall breaking, stage-based gameplay.
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Magic: The Gathering has had something of a resurgeance of late.
What would a card collecting fantasy game be without additional content and promotional cards?
A friend of mine once said that Magic players are the Furries of the gaming world.
What with Microsoft’s unexpected release of Fable 3 to anyone with an Xbox Live Gold account last month, here at SquareGo, we decided it was time to visit upon the Fable series with the strange and curious oddity that is … Continue reading
Recently, I played Neverwinter, the new Free-to-Play MMO from Cryptic set in the Forgetton Realms Dungeon and Dragons universe. It’s a fantastic game, and a unique multiplayer game in the market at the moment. I had the opportunity to ask … Continue reading
Drip drip drip goes the water. Perhaps Imminent Games were inspired by the rubbish amounts of water descending from the sky in the past few years when they came up with Drip Drip. But while some might have been inspired … Continue reading
With this years Video Game BAFTA’s not long finished, and the similarly themed Thief reboot just announced; it seems timely to revisit the modern classic that rightfully won for ‘Best Game’, Dishonored. Few titles truly stand out in the first … Continue reading
There are a few people out there who bought a PS3 on the promise of The Last Guardian, an intriguing mixture of action-adventure, puzzles, and ridiculously coo-inducing aesthetics which was originally meant to be released in 2011. At the close … Continue reading
Nothing ages more rapidly or cruelly than the modern video game. Today’s Battlefield 3 is tomorrow’s Wolfenstein 3D: in ten years time, people will laugh that BF3 was the height of graphical prowess before being jacked back into the Matrix … Continue reading