Ep 32 – Interview with John Connor of Dog Eat Dog

Ep 32 – Interview with John Connor of Dog Eat Dog

In my extensive interview with John Connor, the musician talks about his time and experiences in fronting the hardcore band Dog Eat Dog. During our […]

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 […]

Rosetta @ Camden Underworld (16/07/16)

Having only just found out about Rosetta last week, I was drawn to the post-rock band after numerous fans of the genre cited them as being one of the more influential acts to have emerged [...]

Ep 32 – Interview with John Connor of Dog Eat Dog

In my extensive interview with John Connor, the musician talks about his time and experiences in fronting the hardcore band Dog Eat Dog. During our conversation, John discusses (at length) as to how the band [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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Bioshock: The Collection (PS4) can be pre-ordered for only £32

Along with the forthcoming Skyrim Special Edition remaster, Bioshock: The Collection stands as being one of this year's more highly anticipated last gen re-releases. And whilst the upcoming Batman: Arkham Collection looks like it's going [...]

Tales of Xillia and Tales of Xillia 2 Compilation (PS3) is only £12.85

Whilst the Tales games haven't gotten anywhere near as much respect as Final Fantasy, Bandai Namco's series still gets a lot of attention from RPG fans however - even if the franchise isn't quite as [...]

Senran Kagura: Estival Versus (PS4 / Vita) is only £14.99

This one's a bit of a bargain, and I would honestly recommend going for the PS4 version - if only because Senran Kagura: Estival Versus benefits from being on Sony's higher specced machine - such [...]

Hyrule Warriors Legends (3DS) is just £11.90

A Dynasty Warriors style musou game at heart, Hyrule Warriors got pretty good reviews when it was originally released on Wii U. Now the game is out on 3DS and has a number of extras [...]

Earth Defense Force 2 (PS Vita) is just £14.85

I wrote about Earth Defense Force 2 two months ago whilst it was still over the £15 mark. Now however, the game has finally hit the sub-£15 mark, and represents a true bargain for Vita fans. [...]

Xeodrifter and Lost Sea go on sale today…

The next batch of Limited Run Games products go on sale today, and as with most of the company's products, you'll have to be quick when the sale starts - lest you end up missing [...]

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 [...]

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