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
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The chill of winter is long past, and now the mild balm of spring is also fading away. In its place, Japan is experiencing the first throes of sticky, rainy, humid summer.
And so it goes: a re-release of an older game proves popular which leads to a new entry in the series. The Sly Cooper HD bundle has led to this new release, Sly Copper: Thieves in Time available on the … Continue reading
Talk about progress. When I left off last time I’d finally made it down through Blighttown, across the poisoned swamp at the bottom, and was standing nervously outside Quelaag’s domain.
Salvation. Having come close to the brink of tears last time around I had the sense to look up a couple of tips on dealing with Blighttown. First, I read that if I’m so inclined I can pick up an … Continue reading
Well what did I expect? After a wee break I was hoping to come back to Dark Souls refreshed and ready to go. If you’ve been following my previous entries you’ll know that I seem to be playing this game … Continue reading
There was a lot of fear that this one was going to go horribly wrong. Ever since it was announced that Dark Souls was getting a direct sequel people have been wary. A new director was coming in, and there … Continue reading
Adventure stories have long fuelled our collective imagination. For many years these tales of champions and their countless heroic exploits has been part of the popular zeitgeist. These yarns first appeared in literature decades ago, with novels such as King … Continue reading
Video games were once all about cute characters running round in brightly coloured worlds with blue skies listening to incredibly catchy simple tunes. And then things changed and games became gritty and dirty and the music became more raucous with … Continue reading
Back in the 90s, the pitch for Super Smash Bros will have been one of the oddest things to come through Nintendo’s doors in a long while. The thought of the company’s mascots battering seven shades of shit out of … Continue reading