I just got back from a holiday in chilly Canada hoping for a smattering of snow here in Japan. I was disappointed.
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There’s a storm coming. Japan’s annual rainy season is upon us after only the smallest hint of sunny, summery skies.
Further cementing its status as one of the most forward-thinking and diverse festivals going, the Glasgow Film Festival supplemented its 2014 programme with the welcome return of its Game Cats Go Miaow strand.
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
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
Dragon’s Dogma was one of the surprise hits of last year; a vast open-world action RPG that blended together elements of Skyrim, Monster Hunter, and Shadow of the Colossus, among others.
The new game in the Neverwinter franchise, created this time by Cryptic Studios, is a change of pace from the Neverwinter Nights series, as this time it’s a free-to-play MMO rather than a straight up RPG. An interesting and unique … 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
In a huge secluded clifftop mansion, beside crashing cliffs and an old yet beautiful lighthouse, two scientists have arrived to ease the passing of an ageing man.
It is a rare thing to pick up a game, start playing it and it’s just right. This is how this kind of game should be made, we just didn’t know it until we played this game. This is what … Continue reading