Has Microsoft dropped the ball with the Xbox One reveal or was this the best reveal of a new console ever?
Reus looks interesting to say the least. You take the role of four giants, each with a separate ability in a way to alter the planet beneath them.
A few months ago I mentioned DARK and how I liked the look, or at least the sound, of it. I’ve been after a fix of Vampire action since the memorable experience that is Vampire: The Masquerade each and every time I play it. Kalypso are offering at least an experience, will it be as good as what I want?
Ok, so the new beta on steam is a trading card game. Yes, you heard me, a trading card game. This trading card game does also come with more profile personalisation, an XP system for your account and also extra bonuses like images to use in chat. Oh, and Badgers.
StarDrive is a new 4x space strategy game by Zero Sum Games, a one man team that has jumped every hurdle on the path to release. A successful kickstarter, passed greenlight on steam and then spent no short amount of time in beta. Have these trials been worth it? Here’s what I think.
I’ve never really wanted to be a DJ. Every time I go out and there is a DJ in the club I’m in, they never seem to play the music I like. I just assume bad taste in music is a prerequisite for the job. Also, if Rush Bros is anything to go by, it requires a lot of racing and the avoiding of deathly traps in a colourful world.
Geniaware, the guys behind Lords of Football are introducing Fergie Time™®© to the game and it will be completely free and added to your copy in the next update.
Minimalism. Entertainment. What is left when a video game is boiled down, leaving only the fun parts? Thomas Was Alone is a shining example of what would exist if a video game could only consist of what is needed to be solid entertainment, with no frills, and those results were put under a spotlight.
Mars: War Logs is the absurdly named new RPG by Spiders Studios. Set on a human inhabited, war embroiled Red Planet, it follows the tale of the equally absurdly named Roy Temperance. Roys tale isn’t one for the faint of heart, featuring murder, mayhem, copious amounts of profanity and last but not least, attempted buggery. Welcome to Mars, tourist destination of kings.
A merger between Gaming and TV is an unusual one. Sure, we’ve had shows based on games and games on shows, but never a true merger. When It was all announced I was more than a little interested. I love both Sci Fi and MMO’s. I’ve played quite a bit of the game but having been on holiday, I’ve not had time to do everything I wanted so a What I’ve Played will come later. So, sunburn and all, I took the time to watch the first two episodes of Defiance. Here’s what I think so far.