Ep 39 – Interview with Darren Wall of Read Only Memory

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 […]

Ep 36 – Interview with Jon Hare of Sensible Software (Part 1 of 3)

Ep 36 – Interview with Jon Hare of Sensible Software (Part 1 of 3)

In the first of a 3-part interview series, I talk to Jon Hare – creator of the seminal football game Sensible Soccer and co-founder of […]

Ep 35 – Interview with James Vella and Daniel Neal of Yndi Halda

Ep 35 – Interview with James Vella and Daniel Neal of Yndi Halda

In Episode 35, I talk to James Vella and Daniel Neal of Yndi Halda – a post rock instrumental band hailing from the South of […]

Interview with Mohammad Alavi of Titanfall 2

Interview with Mohammad Alavi of Titanfall 2

Amongst all the AAA first person shooters being released this year, Titanfall 2 ranks as being my most anticipated title – not least because it […]

Sony PS Vita has outsold Nintendo Wii U worldwide

Sony PS Vita has outsold Nintendo Wii U worldwide

With Eurogamer publishing a damning report yesterday on Nintendo’s hardware sales figures, according to VGChartz, Sony’s PS Vita has finally outsold Nintendo’s Wii U worldwide, […]

Interview with the developers of Manual Samuel

Usually when I think of extremely rich people, I somehow imagine them to be like fictional characters (such as Richie Rich), or even real life playboys (such as Dan Bilzerian). In other words, people who [...]

Interview with Matt Kernachan of Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War 3

As the third stand-alone title in the Dawn of War series, Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War III is an upcoming real time strategy game that is scheduled for release in 2017. Created by long-time series [...]

Interview with Robin Hjelte of AER

Even prior to its release, AER has already garnered favorable nods from certain quarters of the games media, with RPS's John Walker labeling the game as "looking like something rather ace". Now that the game [...]

Interview with Peter Holzapfel of Dreadnought

As someone who is a fan of space-based TV shows like Star Wars, it's nice to see companies like Yager Development create their own videogames based rendition of what it must be like to be [...]

Interview with Moritz Zumbuhl of Airheart

With indie developers finding it increasingly difficult to gain exposure in the mobile game space, Swiss developer Blindflug Studios has found recent success with its fast-paced strategy game, First Strike. Since then however, the indie [...]

Interview with Mohammad Alavi of Titanfall 2

Amongst all the AAA first person shooters being released this year, Titanfall 2 ranks as being my most anticipated title - not least because it builds upon the established foundations of the multiplayer only Titanfall, [...]

Interview with the developers of H1Z1: King of the Kill

Describing itself as "a fast-paced shooter in which players compete in large-scale chaotic PvP spectacles of skill, wit and a little luck, where everyone must fight to the death to stand alone at the top [...]

Sony PS Vita has outsold Nintendo Wii U worldwide

With Eurogamer publishing a damning report yesterday on Nintendo's hardware sales figures, according to VGChartz, Sony's PS Vita has finally outsold Nintendo's Wii U worldwide, with the figures stated below: 14.30m - Sony PS Vita [...]

Interview with Alex Barnes of The Other 99

Even though The Other 99 was met with fairly disappointing reviews upon its launch on Steam Early Access last month, it's worth bearing in mind that the game is still in the early stages of [...]

Interview with Garreth Reeder, Producer on FIFA 17

As part of an annual gaming fixture, one thing gamers can always count on is the yearly bout between EA's FIFA and Konami's PES, where people try to ascertain as to who will offer the [...]

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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 [...]

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 [...]

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (PS4 / XBox One) is just £14.99

The Witcher 3 won numerous "Game of the Year" awards in 2015, and I'm surprised that the game has held its value for so long - to the extent that I've never really seen the [...]

The Evil Within (Xbox One) is £10

I was never that impressed by Shinji Mikami's return to the survival horror genre, and despite The Evil Within getting fairly good reviews at the time, promptly sold my copy whilst prices were still good. [...]

OlliOlli: Epic Combo Edition (PS4) is £14.99

In the wake of Limited Run Games releasing previously digital only titles as physical releases (for which you should check out my stellar interview with co-founder Josh Fairhurst), it does seem as if pretty much [...]

Republique (PS4) is a pretty good bargain at £13.99

It's not often that I recommend second hand games, but given that the retailer generally ships the item as a "scratch free disc with pristine box guaranteed", it does make sense to go with them [...]

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