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 […]

Some things are standardised for a reason… because they work!

Some things are standardised for a reason… because they work!

Bravo, Jim Sterling… I really couldn’t have said it better myself. Deluded Nintendo fan-boys need to pay attention to what you’re saying. And this video […]

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 […]

Ep 29 – Interview with Don Thacker of Imagos Softworks and Starr Mazer

Ep 29 – Interview with Don Thacker of Imagos Softworks and Starr Mazer

In this extremely extensive interview with Don Thacker, the founder of Imagos Softworks talks about his studio’s forthcoming Starr Mazer game – a “point and […]

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 [...]

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 how he started out, the game's Kickstarter success, him working [...]

Some things are standardised for a reason… because they work!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9w2RMBrmTsk Bravo, Jim Sterling... I really couldn't have said it better myself. Deluded Nintendo fan-boys need to pay attention to what you're saying. And this video really does need to be shoved down Nintendo's throats [...]

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 game was really as bad as Arthur Gies made it [...]

Ep 29 – Interview with Don Thacker of Imagos Softworks and Starr Mazer

In this extremely extensive interview with Don Thacker, the founder of Imagos Softworks talks about his studio's forthcoming Starr Mazer game – a “point and click adventure shoot em up in space”. During our conversation, [...]

Interview with Howard Philpott of The Turing Test

At this weekend's Rezzed event in London, one game that caught my interest was a first person puzzle game by indie outfit Bulkhead Interactive. Supported by Square Enix as part of their 'Square Enix Collective' [...]

Interview with Lane Devereaux of Searchlights

One of the many benefits of modern streaming services like Youtube and Spotify is that one gets to discover numerous underground bands without having to risk purchasing physical inventory in order to determine if the [...]

With Blizzard removing Tracer’s pose, can games still be considered as "art"?

Of course they can... Because a picture paints a thousand words.

Halo 5 is cheapest yet at £17.85 (and random thoughts about Nintendo)

Even though the Halo games have sometimes been criticised for their lacklustre campaigns, the strength of their multiplayer modes still end up elevating the games to being one of the strongest contenders for taking the [...]

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Mario Golf: World Tour (3DS) is a steal at only £8.86

Nintendo games don't usually sell for this low, but Mario Golf: World Tour has bizarrely been dropping in price over the last few months. It's finally cheap enough to be considered as an impulse purchase [...]

Star Fox Zero (Wii U) is only £21.99

Star Fox Zero seems to be dropping like a mofo, and that's partly because of the muted reception it's received from the Press. I know that Arthur Gies (of Polygon) wasn't a fan, but to [...]

Halo 5: Guardians (XBox One) is a ridiculously low £12.85

Just in time for the Bank Holiday weekend... Although to be honest, by the time you get your copy, it'll probably be time for you to go back to work. Such is life. Anyway, Halo [...]

Doom (PS4 / XBox One) is only £29.95

Having previously bought Doom (UAC Pack Edition) from GAME for less than £38 on launch, I quickly discovered that it adheres to much of what typifies a conventional iD game - ie it looks great [...]

Selected ‘Nintendo Selects’ on Wii U are only £14

I've previously complained about how Nintendo's games sometimes don't justify their cost, but on this occasion, I would very much like to relent upon my previous statement. Because in today's case, you can pick up [...]

Earth Defense Force 4.1: The Shadow of New Despair (PS4) is finally less than £20

I know that Earth Defense Force 4.1 was £19.99 in the PSN sale a few weeks ago, but as someone who constantly has to worry about their inadequate hard disk space, it's hard to recommend [...]

Super Mario 3D World (Wii U) is £29.95

At the time of its November 2013 release, Super Mario 3D World was hailed by Edge as being "the Wii U's best game to date". Of course, Bayonetta 2 and Mario kart 8 had still [...]

Only 2000 copies of Futuridium EP Deluxe (PS4 / Vita) are up for grabs tomorrow

I previously talked about Limited Run Games' earlier Oddworld: New N’ Tasty physical release, and wasn't at all surprised when all 5000 PS4 and 2500 PS Vita copies sold out not long after the game [...]

Resident Evil 6 (Xbox One) is only £16.19

I previously talked about Resident Evil 6 and how the game represented great value for less than £3 on XBox 360. Well, it seems that the XBox One version of the game can now be [...]

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (PS4) is getting rave reviews across the board

With the review embargo for Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (PS4) having been lifted this morning, it's not at all surprising to discover that Nate's latest adventure has been receiving rave reviews across the board [...]

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