Ep 31 – Interview with John Robertson of The Dark Room

Ep 31 – Interview with John Robertson of The Dark Room

In my interview with John Robertson, the comedian talks about his live action videogame – The Dark Room. During our conversation, John discusses at length […]

Interview with Carlos Garcia of Anima: Gate of Memories

Interview with Carlos Garcia of Anima: Gate of Memories

As a fan of indie games, I recently came across the trailer for Anima: Gate of Memories and was immediately impressed with its highly stylised […]

Interview with Joel Staaf Hästö of Kathy Rain

Interview with Joel Staaf Hästö of Kathy Rain

With the immense success of titles such as The Walking Dead and Life Is Strange, many have argued that the graphic adventure genre is having […]

Interview with Josh Fairhurst of Limited Run Games

Interview with Josh Fairhurst of Limited Run Games

As someone who decided to pass up on the Vita physical release of Retro City Rampage when VBlank self-published the game, I remember tweeting Shahid […]

Interview with Peter Santiago of Winkie

Interview with Peter Santiago of Winkie

Having been a massive fan of LA rock band The Icarus Line for over a decade, as well as the associative music-zine that is the […]

What I think: X-Men: Apocalypse

What I think: X-Men: Apocalypse

This review contains spoilers. I’m going to say this right now… I absolutely adore X-Men: First Class – the reboot that was helmed by Matthew […]

Ep 30 – Interview with Alex Preston of Hyper Light Drifter

Ep 30 – Interview with Alex Preston of Hyper Light Drifter

In my interview with Alex Preston, the maker of Hyper Light Drifter talks about his 2D action role playing game. During our conversation, Alex discusses […]

I’ve Only Played My Wii U For 67 Hours Since September 2013

I’ve Only Played My Wii U For 67 Hours Since September 2013

My pre-ordered First print edition of Star Fox Zero (Wii U) arrived through the post yesterday, and I decided to see as to whether the […]

Interview with J.S. Clayden of Pitchshifter

Seeing as Pitchshifter have been on a two year hiatus, I was wondering if you'd be so kind as to remind our readers as to who the members are, what roles you play in the [...]

Interview with Chris Lee of downset

You are generally perceived as being pioneers of the “Rap Metal” genre. Can you tell us as to how you were able to successfully fuse what appear to be two totally disparate and unconnected music [...]

Interview with Tim Green of The Fucking Champs

You describe your music as being "Total Music". Can you elaborate on the term and tell us what it means? "Total Music" is an approach to songwriting that ignores genres, extends linearly, not cyclicly and [...]

Ep 31 – Interview with John Robertson of The Dark Room

In my interview with John Robertson, the comedian talks about his live action videogame – The Dark Room. During our conversation, John discusses at length on what got him started in the world of show-business, [...]

Interview with Carlos Garcia of Anima: Gate of Memories

As a fan of indie games, I recently came across the trailer for Anima: Gate of Memories and was immediately impressed with its highly stylised Japanese-influenced art aesthetic. That the game also harked back to [...]

Interview with Joel Staaf Hästö of Kathy Rain

With the immense success of titles such as The Walking Dead and Life Is Strange, many have argued that the graphic adventure genre is having a resurgence in popularity. And even though Telltale Games and [...]

Interview with Josh Fairhurst of Limited Run Games

As someone who decided to pass up on the Vita physical release of Retro City Rampage when VBlank self-published the game, I remember tweeting Shahid Kamal (ex Sony) with the suggestion that "it would be [...]

Why Rocket League isn’t for everyone…

The following is a guest post from Legitimentary. To see more of his work, check out his website at rocketleaguetips.net. Hey guys, it's Legitimentary from rocketleaguetips.net here to talk about why Rocket League isn't for [...]

Interview with Peter Santiago of Winkie

Having been a massive fan of LA rock band The Icarus Line for over a decade, as well as the associative music-zine that is the caustic Buddyhead, what initially drew my attention towards Winkie was [...]

What I think: X-Men: Apocalypse

This review contains spoilers. I'm going to say this right now... I absolutely adore X-Men: First Class - the reboot that was helmed by Matthew Vaughn and which introduced a much younger cast of actors [...]

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Until Dawn (PS4) is a chillingly low £16.00

I thought Until Dawn dropping in price to £18 was a bit of a deal, but now it's even cheaper at only £16 - which is a real bargain. Only released towards the end of [...]

Super Famicom: The Box Art Collection (Hardcover) is only £17.78

There was a time when Nintendo could do no wrong - before it became a pastiche of its former self by constantly mining the nostalgia factor of fans with the same games, and when the [...]

Shovel Knight (Wii U) is only £13.08

With the PS Vita version of Shovel Knight up for pre-order, and with physical copies of the Wii U version becoming harder to find at retail, I'm surprised that the game is even on sale [...]

Rodea: The Sky Soldier (Wii U) is an overlooked bargain at only £16.50

As with most titles that have been released late in the Wii U's lifespan, Rodea: The Sky Soldier is one of those games that's going to become increasingly hard to get hold of in years [...]

Dark Souls III (XBox One) is finally below £30

I must confess that I'm not really a Dark Souls fan, as I much rather prefer the comparatively more faster paced Bloodborne (with its own Castlevania inspired aesthetic). But that's not to say that both [...]

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (Xbox One) is a bargain at only £5

When Final Fantasy Type-0 HD was first rumoured to be heading towards current gen consoles, many fans were ecstatic at the news that one of the best games in the Final Fantasy franchise would finally [...]

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan (PS4 / XBox One) has dropped to £24.85

I remember being really excited by the prospect of Platinum Games making a Transformers game. So much so that I went out of my way to interview the Director and Producer of Transformers: Devastation - [...]

Ratchet and Clank (PS4) is a measly £17.99

The recently released Ratchet and Clank was hailed as a brilliant re-imagining of the old PS2 classic, and whilst the game has never really been that expensive in the first place, it's now dropped to [...]

Shovel Knight (Vita) is up for pre-order at $24.99

After months of anticipation, and in association with FanGamer, Yacht Club games have finally announced a limited physical Vita release for their 8-bit inspired 2D platformer - Shovel Knight. And whilst the Wii U and [...]

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (Wii U) is an unbelievable £19.89

One of the more inventive 2D platformers on the Wii U, and one of the best platforming games of all time, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze represents the absolute pinnacle of what Nintendo and Retro [...]

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