Interview with Tetsuya Mizuguchi

Interview with Tetsuya Mizuguchi

This interview was originally conducted in 2017, but due to personal commitments, I haven’t been able to upload it until now. Apologies in advance for […]

Today’s Empires, Tomorrow’s Ashes

Today’s Empires, Tomorrow’s Ashes

It’s been 15 years since I graduated. Five of which were spent in absolute hell, during a phase of my life where one had no […]

Ep 44 – Interview with Magdalena Tomkowicz of Ruiner

Ep 44 – Interview with Magdalena Tomkowicz of Ruiner

Apologies for the really late publishing of my interview with Magdalena Tomkowicz – Lead Writer, Reikon – who talks about the top-down futuristic cyber-punk shooter, […]

Episode 43 – Interview with Al King of Wargaming.Net

Episode 43 – Interview with Al King of Wargaming.Net

An interview with Al King – Global Brand Manager, Wargaming.Net – who talks about the “Free To Play” model when used in the context of […]

Interview with Yosuki Futami of Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet

Interview with Yosuki Futami of Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet

As the latest game in the Sword Art Online franchise, Fatal Bullet has the player assume their own avatar in the world of Gun Gale […]

The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel + Softcover Artbook (PS Vita) is £21.99 (£2.50 P&P)

Even though Nintendo's Xenoblade Chronicles X ended up having a serious bukkake session with most of the world's gaming media early last year, it was the little known The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold [...]

Nobody actually cares about Nintendo!

According to a recent article that was published on MCV's website last week (which cited original source VentureBeat), it was announced that Nintendo has been receiving considerable interest in comparison to Microsoft's and Sony's own [...]

Interview with Krillbite Studio – developer of Among The Sleep and Mosaic

Even though I had heard about Krillbite Studio's Among The Sleep previously, it wasn't until the developer unveiled its latest project - Mosaic - that I really started to pay attention to the Norwegian outfit. [...]

Black Friday 2016 Deals

With Black Friday finally upon us, I'll be highlighting some of the best deals below, and updating the page should any new deals emerge. So keep checking back at regular intervals... PlayStation 4 A.O.T. Wings [...]

Doom (PS4) is £15

As one of the best all out run and gun shooters of this generation, it's taken a while for Doom to hit the £15 mark. And you can finally pick it up today on PS4 [...]

Zombi (PS4 / XBox One) is £7.99

To be fair, I was never a big fan of Zombi U when I first saw it at Gamescom a few years ago. And given that it was included as part of a hardware bundle [...]

Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 (PS4) is just £23.98

With everyone and their grandma going gaga over Nintendo's Splatoon, it's always nice to know that the game is merely a tweaked rip-off of another game that did it first, and in some ways, probably [...]

The Order 1886: Blackwater Edition (PS4) is £17.99

Like No Man's Sky, I must have missed the hype train for The Order 1886. Because whilst everyone was losing their minds over the Sony exclusive, I somehow managed to maintain a semblance of critical distance [...]

Earth’s Dawn (PS4) is £18.95

Derided by some people for copying the look and feel of Vanillaware's Odin Sphere, yet lacking much of the finesse that helped distinguish the Osaka based developer's effort, Earth's Dawn is actually the first title [...]

Pre-order Gravity Rush 2 (PS4) for £39.99

Despite what Nintendo fans would have you believe, Sony are absolutely on par with the Kyoto based giant in terms of the quality of their software offerings. And whilst games like Uncharted 2, Resistance 3, [...]

Dex (PS4) is £9.99

Even though I had heard about the indie side-scrolling game Dex a few weeks back, I didn't actually realise as to how much of an over-looked gem it was until I saw the 'ALL NEW [...]

Aragami (PS4) is £13.99

Another indie game that has largely been looked over by the mainstream, and I would have missed it too if it weren't for the beautiful cell-shaded graphics. Aragami is a stealth action game much in [...]

BioShock: The Collection (PS4 / XBox One) is £24.99

With Black Friday nearly upon us, it's nice to know that a number of prominent remasters have been getting price-cuts, with the BioShock trilogy of games that comprise BioShock: The Collection now only £24.99 on [...]

Alekhine’s Gun (PS4) is £14.99

This one is actually kind of hard to recommend as whilst the game is pretty much £25-30 everywhere else, it's actually not meant to be very good. With that being said however, I'm an advocate [...]

Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U) is £23.55

With Nintendo announcing that it is ending production of its ill-fated Wii U console, there is mounting speculation that a lot of the games on the console will start becoming increasingly rare as they find [...]

BASE Super-Sale!

It appears that the online retailer has dropped quite a few of its game prices, with there being some proper bargains in the mix. Below are just a taster of some of the more juicy [...]

Ep 39 – Interview with Darren Wall of Read Only Memory

In Episode 39, I interview Darren Wall of Read Only Memory - a book publisher that was founded in 2012 on the basis of documenting videogame history. Since then, the publisher has published four books, [...]

Re-Play #1 came out 7 years ago today…

An early cover for what was to be the first (and only) issue of the free magazine known as Re-Play. I'm cheating here a tad, as this isn't really an "Article" (per-se), but [...]

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD (Wii U) is £24.99

I remember buying The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess on my Gamecube not long after it was first released, and was immediately let down by how formulaic the gameplay was after having played Ocarina of [...]

Ep 38 – Interview with Jon Hare of Sensible Software (Part 3 of 3)

In the third of a 3-part interview series, I talk to Jon Hare - creator of the seminal football game Sensible Soccer and co-founder of Sensible Software - about his time within the games industry [...]

Load More Posts

(Visited 6,664 times, 3 visits today)