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, […]

What I Think – Abzu (PS4 version tested)

After the prolonged and acutely painful development woes that befell Thatgamecompany's Journey, it's not at all surprising that the game's art director - Matt Nava - chose to jump ship and start his own Giant [...]

Interview with post-rock guitarist Dan Caine

As someone who is interested in film soundtracks, but comes from an alternative rock music background, it was only a matter of time before I would come to have a renewed appreciation for the post [...]

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 [...]

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Plants vs Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 (PS4) is just £17.25!

This game is always really expensive, but you can grab it for just £17.25 as part of Amazon's Lightning Deal. GO! GO! GO! GO! Great game for kids and parents, I have two wee girls [...]

Pre-order Darksiders: Warmastered Edition for £12.99

This generation is already becoming known for previous-gen re-releases and remasters, and one can tell as Nintendo also recently decided to get in on the act by announcing a whole plethora of re-releases for their [...]

Street Fighter V (PS4) is a bargain at only £17.99

Suffering from the same fate as No Man's Sky, Street Fighter 5 launched in a fairly unfinished state, and was met with pretty disparaging reviews at the time of its release. Since then however, Capcom [...]

Homefront: The Revolution (PS4 / XBox One) is just £14.85

I talked about Homefront: The Revolution only a few days previously, and stated that it represented a pretty good deal at just over £15. But with a new patch that fixes performance issues, many are [...]

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End (PS4) is a cool £25.85

It's taken a while, but Naughty Dog's masterpiece can finally be picked up for the reasonable price of £25.85. Whilst the title is still a tad too high in price for my liking - only [...]

Onechanbara Z2: Chaos (PS4) is finally below £20

Ridiculed by many critics for its hyper-sexualisation of women, but having picked up a firm fan following since, the Onechanbara series has always polarised gamers - not least because the previous games were (allegedly) not [...]

Mighty No 9 (Wii U) is £17.77

Given that the Wii U version of Mighty No 9 is meant to be the worst version out of all the mainline console releases, I'm actually surprised that it's held its value for so long [...]

Earth Defense Force 4.1 (PS4) is just £12.49!!!

Earth Defense Force has always been a bit of guilty pleasure for me. The equivalent of a fast food burger meal, its series entries have always been cheap and cheerful, and the kind of games [...]

Homefront: The Revolution (PS4) can be picked up for £15.55

Homefront: The Revolution never got the best of reviews when it was released only 3 months previously. But as someone who thoroughly enjoyed the Kaos Studios developed Homefront (whose torturous development is brilliantly chronicled by [...]

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (3DS) is only £13.85

As a sequel to my favourite videogame of all time - The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past - A Link Between Worlds certainly had a lot to live up to if it [...]

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