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Future Unfolding - Review

Wed, 15 Mar 2017 17:09:56 +0000

Play it [Posted 15 Mar 2017 by ]

(image) I'm the sort of gamer who likes to play as many games as possible. While some have a preferred genre or developer I'm happy to move from game to game to experience as much as this medium has to offer.

Despite my need for trying the next big game some games manage to stick, leaving me to ... click to read full item



Dead Cells - Preview

Mon, 6 Mar 2017 16:17:43 +0000

Metroidvania and rogue-like all at once [Posted 6 Mar 2017 by ]

(image) Matter cannot be destroyed, it merely changes state. That is the case when we expire and it is something Dead Cells explores as this rogue-like platformer seeks to enthral unsuspecting video game fans into its world of re-appropriating dead matter for one's own needs. Read on to find out what I made of this very dark game while ... click to read full item



Torment: Tides of Numenera - Review

Thu, 2 Mar 2017 16:16:03 +0000

Indistinguishable from magic [Posted 2 Mar 2017 by ]

(image) "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." Arthur C. Clarke said this and this is the very philosophy that governs Torment: Tides of Numenera. All of our wonderful technology comes from ten thousand years of advancements. Imagine demonstrating something like Google Translate to the architects of The Rosetta stone - to them it would appear akin to ... click to read full item



Mantis Burn Racing - Preview

Mon, 6 Feb 2017 11:46:00 +0000

Old school arcade racing [Posted 6 Feb 2017 by ]

(image) There’s nothing quite like hitting a corner in a driving game and just nailing it, so that you know that you decelerated and punched the accelerator just at the right moment. That is the very feeling Mantis Burn Racing is built around, at least that’s what I felt when I discovered it at EGX.

Viewed ... click to read full item



Watch_Dogs 2 - Review

Mon, 19 Dec 2016 11:28:36 +0000

A big step up [Posted 19 Dec 2016 by ]

(image) The hype for Watch_Dogs 2 was relatively low key. After a big E3 reveal that took several visual cues from the first appearance of Grand Theft Auto V Ubisoft was rather quiet. This is perhaps understandable, given the rather negative reception that the original game, which was promoted heavily, received. Watch_Dogs promised a lot - a ... click to read full item



Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare - Review

Tue, 6 Dec 2016 12:13:31 +0000

Final frontier fun [Posted 6 Dec 2016 by ]

(image) With 14 'main line' Call of Duty games since 2003, franchise fatigue is a real concern. Activision has, to a certain degree, become a prisoner of its own success. New games in the series need to offer something new, but also avoid changing too much lest they upset their extremely loyal fan base.

The solution to ... click to read full item



Airheart - Preview

Mon, 5 Dec 2016 11:43:08 +0000

Dieselpunk in the sky [Posted 5 Dec 2016 by ]

(image) Time Pilot is an awesome game. There, I said it. It's an oldie but a goldie. But what if you took Time Pilot and made it into a rogue-like and added layers within levels to give it a sense of depth? Oh, and added a customisable aeroplane that you can modify to suit your play style and ... click to read full item



Dishonored 2 - Review

Thu, 1 Dec 2016 17:19:49 +0000

Can you keep it peaceful? [Posted 1 Dec 2016 by ]

(image) A few years ago, David Turners, Sean Bell (also of The Computer Game Show) and I went to a developer session at Eurogamer for the first Dishonored game. I knew very little about the game prior to this event and came out of the session with a rather negative impression of it. Whilst David and Sean ... click to read full item



The Fall Part 2: Unbound - Preview

Thu, 24 Nov 2016 16:32:20 +0000

A rogue AI desperately tries to save its pilot [Posted 24 Nov 2016 by ]

(image) The Fall Part 2: Unbound tells the tale of ARID, an artificial intelligence that is bound to a combat suit worn by a pilot. This pilot has fallen unconscious after crash landing on an unknown planet. ARID is obsessed with the protection of this pilot. It's her sole mission and she will pursue it at any cost. This ... click to read full item



Titanfall 2 - Review

Tue, 8 Nov 2016 11:45:25 +0000

A home (wall) run [Posted 8 Nov 2016 by ]

(image) Expectation is a hard thing to manage. Rarely does something live up to the hype you've built up in your head so I try and avoid focusing on pre-release material for something I've been looking forward to.

In this case, I found it exceptionally hard. I'm a huge fan of Titanfall and after putting well over ... click to read full item



Battlefield 1 - Review

Thu, 3 Nov 2016 17:33:15 +0000

A great game set in the Great War [Posted 3 Nov 2016 by ]

(image) I've been looking forward to this one.

It's been three years since Battlefield 4 was released and I've felt the Battlefield-shaped hole in my gaming life starting to throb. Battlefront was a nice aside, if lacking in the depth that I'd become accustomed to while Battlefield Hardline did absolutely nothing for me. ... click to read full item



Farming Simulator 17 - Review

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 16:40:06 +0100

What to do with 739 eggs in your backpack? [Posted 27 Oct 2016 by ]

(image) I may have a problem, time has been vanishing and I have been dreaming about crop rotation, aerating soil and correct fodder mixes for my cattle. I don't own any cattle, I have no crops to rotate and there is barely enough soil in my backyard to plant anything edible.

I have, of course, been playing click to read full item



Jazzpunk - Review

Mon, 24 Oct 2016 17:53:44 +0100

Comedy in games done right [Posted 24 Oct 2016 by ]

(image) Laughing while playing games is far too rare. If you think back to the last time you laughed during a game it's probably not down to the material itself, it's probably because your mate said something over your headset or a something glitched out and it made your on-screen character walk in a weird way or something.

... click to read full item



Semispheres - Preview

Fri, 14 Oct 2016 15:25:00 +0100

A twin stick puzzler [Posted 14 Oct 2016 by ]

(image) Twin-stick-controlled asymmetric games are becoming increasingly popular. Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is the most famous, but Binaries is also a game that was recently released that uses a similar control mechanic.

As I skirted around the Indie Megabooth at PAX West 2016 I happened upon Semispheres, a game that splits its play ... click to read full item



Dual Universe - Preview

Fri, 7 Oct 2016 12:13:32 +0100

A DIY universe [Posted 7 Oct 2016 by ]

(image) Ever stood in a landscape in a game and seen some vast monolith in the distance and wanted to get to it only to find out that it was just a piece a scenery in a sky box? The oldest example of this is the volcano in Battlezone. For the uninitiated that particular game was a vector graphics ... click to read full item