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 […]

Ep 42 – Interview with Joe Bognar of God’s Trigger

Ep 42 – Interview with Joe Bognar of God’s Trigger

In my interview with Joe Bognar, the International PR Manager of Techland Publishing talks about the forthcoming God’s Trigger, as well as various subjects pertaining […]

Interview with Okomotive – developer of FAR: Lone Sails

Interview with Okomotive – developer of FAR: Lone Sails

One of the more artistically inspiring indie games to be revealed in recent times is a little known game called FAR: Lone Sails. Not out […]

The thirst for the SNES Mini is extremely real…

The thirst for the SNES Mini is extremely real…

To this day, the Super Nintendo Entertainment System remains my favourite console of all time, and was released during a period when Nintendo truly were […]

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 [...]

Ep 37 – Interview with Jon Hare of Sensible Software (Part 2 of 3)

In the second 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 [...]

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 Sensible Software - about his time within the games industry [...]

Interview with the makers of The Little Acre

As a continuing refinement of a major project that was undertaken during a Master's degree, The Little Acre is a point and click graphic adventure game that is currently in development by Pewter Games Studio [...]

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 England. During our extensive conversation, I get to ask the [...]

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 [...]

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Steins;Gate (PS Vita) can be had for below £12!

I only mentioned Steins;Gate a few days ago, but it now seems that you can pick up the acclaimed visual novel on PS Vita for just £11.59. And to be honest, given that Steins;Gate 0 [...]

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (PS4) is a pretty good deal for £12.49

Truth be told, I've always had a bit of a soft spot for Starbreeze Studios' games, and even enjoyed the developer's much maligned Syndicate - a title that unfairly got saddled with a lot of [...]

Gal*Gun: Double Peace (PS Vita) is just £14.99

I actually mentioned Gal*Gun only a few days ago, and stated that the game represented pretty good value for fans of niche Japanese otaku games. But it seems however that the game has dropped even [...]

Pre-Order The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II on PS3 for less than £30

With pretty much every other retailer charging around £35-40 for a pre-order on The Legend of Heroes Trails of Cold Steel II (PS3), it's nice to see the game being available for £30 before its [...]

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (PS4) is £19.95

LEGO games have often been known to have a polarising effect on gamers, with many arguing that the series is nothing more than a rehashed "collectathon". And whilst that might be true to an extent, [...]

Gal*Gun: Double Peace (PS Vita) is just £17.99

Still a tad too pricey for my liking, but given that Gal*Gun: Double Peace is a niche title, I doubt that the game is going to get that much more cheaper on the Playstation Vita [...]

No Man’s Sky (PS4) is just £14.99!!!

UPDATE: It's now £15.99. ORIGINAL STORY: I slagged off Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival earlier today, but even I did not expect No Man's Sky to be on sale for just £14.99 after less than 2 [...]

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival (Limited Edition) is a giveaway £9.99 on Wii U

Ha ha... I thought Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival (Limited Edition) was pretty cheap when I highlighted the game a few days ago for £11.95, but it seems that the game has dropped even further, and [...]

Steins;Gate: Limited Edition (PS3) is a bit of a bargain for £14.99

It's been a while since the Limited Edition version of Steins;Gate was ever this cheap on PS3, but the game is currently on sale for £14.99, with practically every other retailer charging £20 and above. [...]

Animal Crossing: Amiibo Festival with Amiibos (Wii U) is a paltry £11.95

Personally, I wouldn't really condone the purchasing of "substandard" software unless it's deemed collectible, or I happen to be a fan. But given that Wii U software is already being sought after by game collectors, [...]

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