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, […]

MewithoutYou / Yndi Halda @ The Fighting Cocks (30/08/16)

Although MewithoutYou were the headliners for the night, I only ever really wanted to see Yndi Halda whose Under Summer album is absolutely beautiful. In fact, it's such an amazing piece of work that I [...]

(Brief) Interview with Keiji Inafune and Joseph Staten of ReCore

At this year's Gamescom, I was luckily enough to spend a brief amount of time with Keiji Inafune (Producer) and Joseph Staten (Lead Writer - whose previous credits include Halo) so as to discuss their [...]

Interview with David Hensley of Killing Floor 2

Following up a successful sci-fi horror first person shooter game is never an easy task, especially when that game happens to have shifted several multi-million units in the process and and has built up a [...]

Interview with Gregory Szucs of Vampyr

As someone who has always been intrigued by Dontnod Entertainment's output, and as a fan of action role-playing games, I couldn't resist the opportunity of finding out more about Vampyr after the studio unveiled its [...]

Interview with Thomas Pruski of Sniper Ghost Warrior 3

With Sniper Ghost Warrior 2 having laid the foundations for its sequel, and with the scope of Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 having increased significantly since the game was first announced in December 2014, I got [...]

Interview with Henry Hoffman of Hue

As the developer behind the recently released puzzle platformer Hue, UK based Fiddlesticks had its work cut out when it attempted to release its Metroidvania style game on PC/Steam, XBox One and PS4. And whilst [...]

Gamescom 2016 in pictures (Part Three)

Here is my third (and final) set of photos from this year's Gamescom. And in case you want to check out previous entries in the series, click here for Part One and here for Part [...]

Gamescom 2016 in pictures (Part Two)

Here are some more photographs of this year's Gamescom. For Part One, go here.

Gamescom 2016 in pictures (Part One)

So this year's Gamescom has been and gone, and over the next few days I will be bringing you snapshots of what it was like at the consumer and industry games event. And to kick [...]

Dog Eat Dog @ Musik & Frieden (25/08/16)

It's been a while since I last saw Dog Eat Dog, but I finally got to see the band again after 20 years when they played in Berlin (Germany) earlier this week. Check out my [...]

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Earth Defense Force 2: Invaders from Planet Space (PS Vita) is under a £Tenner!!!

My local CEX has about 20 of these, which isn't at all surprising given that the second hand retailer still charges £20 for a second hand copy. But as someone who stopped buying second hand [...]

Bloodborne (PS4) is a pretty good deal at only £16.99

Admittedly not the 'Game of the Year' version, but the base Bloodborne game is still however worth picking up however, even if you're not a fan of the Hidetaka Miyazaki developed Souls games, and just [...]

Tom Clancy’s: The Division (Xbox One) is £17.99

It's taken a while, but Tom Clancy's: The Division is finally below £18 on XBox One. And whilst the game may have launched a tad bare-bones for most peoples' liking, it's nice to see that [...]

Touhou Genso Rondo Bullet Ballet (PS4) can be got for sub-£20

It's only been out for less than a month, but one can already pick up Touhou Genso Rondo Bullet Ballet for less than £20 on PS4. Admittedly, the game was never that expensive to begin with, [...]

Alien: Isolation (PS4) is just £9.99

I only managed about an hour before deciding to pack Alien: Isolation in on my PC as it was just a tad too intense for my liking. But that's not to say that I won't [...]

For just £149 you can have a PlayStation 4 Console 500GB with FIFA 17

This deal really does put into perspective as to ridiculously over-priced the Wii U is, where, towards the end of its lifespan, the slightly more powerful PS3/XBox 360 still retails for a ridiculous £229.85. It's [...]

Just Cause 3 (PS4) is just £17.99

Roughly 10 months after release, Just Cause 3 can finally be picked up for the extremely reasonable price of just £17.99 on PS4. It is worth bearing in mind however that whilst the game did [...]

Metro Redux (XBox One) is just £11.11

Metro Redux is one of those HD remake compilations that launched at a budget price, but dropped quite rapidly in price soon afterwards. Since then however, its market value seems to have shot back up, with [...]

Pre-order Titanfall 2 (PS4 / XBox One) for just £37

I've never actually played the original Titanfall - partly because I'm not really into multi-player shooters, and also because the game never had a single player campaign. At the same time, I always felt as [...]

Pre-order Fast Racing Neo eShop Selects (Wii U) for £17.99

With Nintendo all but abandoning some of their classic franchises - such as Metroid and F-Zero, it's not at all surprising that other developers have been more than happy to fill the void. So whilst [...]

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