I look forward to the UK Games Expo every year, it's one of the friendliest and most interesting conventions out there. I love the build up, making a list of the games I'm looking forward to playing and the designers I'm looking forward to speaking to at the Press Previews. Most of this comes from the emails I get sent in the weeks leading up to the Expo, and I try to get around everybody. But one game stood out for me this year, and it was my first port of call on the Friday morning. That game was Temp Worker...Read more
I have been taking a first look at the pre alpha version of Buck by Wave Interactive on steam. Buck is currently on kickstarter with 22 days to go, so feel free to take a look at the link below and see for yourselves.
Now before I get into any details I really want to highlight that this game is still pre-alpha so there is still a long way to go before it is a polished title to the standards most gamers expect.
So what...Read more
What is 'No Man's Sky'?
One simple word. Maths. I’ll expand on that idea in the ‘Procedural Generation’ section.
‘No Man’s Sky’ is a game developed by a small indie developer known as ‘Hello Games’. They have made a couple of small games previously such as ‘Joe Danger’ however ‘No Man’s Sky’ is a much more ambitious project in both size and scale.
The basic premise is that you start off your existence on a planet. You need to find resources to leave the planet and start travelling the universe. What’...Read more
It's May, and it's MCM. That can mean only one thing. Bring on the games.
So, the main game we got our hands on over the weekend was Lego Jurassic World. Obviously, since the film is yet to be released, the levels on offer here are those from the original Jurassic Park movie. First up is the scene where Dr Sattler is inspecting a poorly dinosaur. Right from the outset, the humour that permeates most other Lego games is on show with Dr Sattler's ability to dive into a festering pile of Dinopoo and unearth an object vital for the quest...Read more
Welcome to a trip down nostalgia lane. My Final Fantasy career started in the long forgotten days of youth when my cousin introduced me to Final Fantasy 8. The game followed a surly young man named Squall and his quest to save the world with an odd party of people who eventually he called friends.
The magic of Japanese RPG’s in those days was the insane amount of depth to story and the surreal environments and concepts that surrounded the story. Japanese culture within computer games has often had a real grounding in the fallout of...Read more
Last weekend saw the ExCel Convention Centre taken over by the MCM London Comic Con. All the big developers were out in force to show off their new AAA shinies as well as as some excellent indie developers showcasing their upcoming titles. Here's the rundown of some of the games we got our hands on over the weekend:
Terratech. Developer: Payload Studios
This kickstarter funded exploration and combat game sees you harvesting a newly discovered exoplanet for resources which are used to build bigger and better machines. You compete...
It's been nearly two months now since the release of In Harm's Way, episode 3 of Telltale Games' season two of The Walking Dead game.
Ever since we left Clementine and the gang attempting to escape from the shambling hordes at the ski resort we've been waiting with baited breath for news of when we'll be able to jump back in and carry on their story.
Well, here it is. Episode 4, Amid The Ruins will be available for PC and Mac worldwide from Tuesday 22nd July. Check out the trailer for the penultimate episode now and I'll see...Read more
Yup... You heard me. It's free. Until 10am PST/6pm BST on the 5th June you can download Rebellion's Sniper Elite v2 for free and own it forever. Just go to http://goo.gl/uPDuMo log in and install for free. So what are you waiting for? Get on over there! (edit: This offer has now expired.)
Reviews for Sniper Elite v2:
“The sniper gameplay is front-and-center here, and it's delivered with top-notch class and authenticity. Even if you think you've had your fill of the WWII genre, this ballsy tactical shooter could...Read more
This autumn, the next installment of Lego Batman will be hitting the shelves for Xbox One, Xbox 360 games, PlayStation®4 and PlayStation®3, PlayStation®Vita, Wii U™, Nintendo 3DS™ and Windows PC.
In LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, the Caped Crusader joins forces with the super heroes of the DC Comics Universe and blasts off to outer space to stop the evil Brainiac from destroying Earth. Using the power of the Lantern Rings, Brainiac shrinks worlds to add to his twisted collection of miniature cities from across the universe. Now the...Read more
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