The rainy season, though only just beginning, has been surprisingly merciful.
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If you are of a certain generation point and click adventures are likely to evoke a very special kind of nostalgia.
Last month a beta edition of Dark Souls II opened up for a handful of lucky players, giving fans the chance to try out the game without the need for heading along to an expo or having an inside source … Continue reading
For a genre that used to be considered rather lightweight, rhythm action games have certainly taken off in recent years.
Wetware is a new title from Glasgow-based indie developers Reality Council, a real-time strategy set in a dystopian future with all the cyberpunk trimmings: hackers for hire, mega corporations, cyber espionage, and a quest to take over the Net.
It’s that time of the year when the entire country collectively switches on their TVs to hear a bunch of men talk about 22 other men wearing pyjamas and chasing a ball.
Grimind is the product of a single man, Paweł Mogiła. Don’t be put off by the middling score. Read the review, play the demo, and decide if you’re willing to support one of the most engaging 2D physics puzzlers we’ve … Continue reading
The noise surrounding the first SimCity game in a decade has been loud and incessant. It is rare to see so many pixels dissecting the positives and negatives of a major release but then a new SimCity game is no … Continue reading
“What the hell is this?” That’s all I had written after two weeks with Dark Scavenger: a single exasperated sentence, a handful of unhelpful screenshots and an intimidating blank text document filling the screen. I feel like I am scavenging … Continue reading
Take a few seconds to have a little chuckle to yourself. You know, I approached this with an open mind: maybe I’d really learn how to drive a bus! The next time I used public transport, I could look into … Continue reading