The term ‘asylum’ is a funny one. Usually linked to the idea of Victorian madhouses, it actually means ‘sanctuary’, or ‘a place of safety and protection’. Someone should probably point this out to game developers.
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Finally coming out of Open Beta into the world, Neverwinter is a new free-to-play massively multiplayer role playing game (MMORPG) that tries something different from what’s typically found out in the ether of the many out there right now.
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
There was a time, long long ago, when a console wasn’t a console without a Japanese role playing game. Seriously, that was one of the biggest game genres lapped up by millions of adoring fans. In the last few years? … Continue reading
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.
Put yourself in Isaac Clarke’s shoes. First you bust your balls to land an engineering job fixing the ship that your wife works on, and get halfway across space to find that the crew have been slaughtered and their corpses … 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
Jumping into Number #8 in our Staff-voted list of the Top “Ten” Games of 2012 is the heavily re-worked and improved version of a top 2011 game. That it’s been so fundementally revamped & retooled for Console made it eligible … Continue reading
Amnesia, do you remember that? Sorry, bad joke. If you have played Amnesia: The Dark Descent, then it’s an experience you’re unlikely to have forgotten. It’s one of the creepiest games ever made, and probably one of the only true … Continue reading
Silent Hill, that lovely town, with the beautiful lakeside amusement park, the quaint local shops, friendly if unusual local populace, sizeable hotels, with ample parking and no queues in the supermarkets.