Cats are incredible creatures. They can seemingly be let out of the house and have the ability to roam about before finding their way back home. They can land on their feet from great height, while also giving the Illusion of being all cute and cuddly.
What cats are not usually known as are incredible warriors, however Hunter’s Legacy proves that cats can actually hold their own against the forces of evil.
January 23, 2017
Created by Nickolas Swanberg, Sylvio follows the investigation of Juliette Walters, an audio recordist who uses her audio skills to listen to the dead. She finds herself in Saginaw, a long since abandoned Family Park, hoping to uncover the mysteries of why this beloved park has been abandoned for so many years.
January 23, 2017
Doom Bloodfall DLC Review
With Bloodfall, Bethesda released the final piece of premium DLC for one of 2016’s most heralded shooters. So far, each piece of Doom’s premium DLC has simply contained new maps, demons, guns and customisation options. Predictably, Bloodfall follows suit.
January 19, 2017
Statistics have seldom been cool. Even when displayed in the greatest form as part of a scrumptious sounding, yet inedible, pie chart you won’t see an awful lot of fanfare. Digital Dreams may just be able to make infographics more important and exciting than ever before, as they have developed a puzzling video game with a heavy influence of these visual representations that no doubt plagued our school days. Step forward Metrico+.
January 18, 2017
Siegecraft Commander Review
Siegecraft Commander, in its most basic form, is a battle to the death between good and evil, but the more complex side allows for a great deal of tactical nous and strategic thinking.
An action-strategy hybrid, it is up to you to create a network of interlinked structures and buildings by ‘throwing’ them between each other, all whilst defending your ‘Keep’ from the opposing forces - because if that goes down, then it's game over. The process is simple, but you’ll need eyes in the back of your head, and plenty of patience, should you wish to overcome the forces which head your way.
January 16, 2017
Momonga Pinball Adventures Review
As I loaded up Momonga for the first time, it occurred to me that a flying squirrel was a strange choice of animal for a game based on pinball. Surely there were more suitable spherical animals out there, but all I could come up was either a hedgehog or an armadillo, both of which had pinball games based on the creature back in the days of the Mega Drive. Said hedgehog needs no introduction (he’s blue and has a fox follow him EVERYWHERE), but the armadillo was in Psycho Pinball. As a massive fan of both, how did the latest animal-pinball hybrid hold up?
January 15, 2017
There are two types of horror games in this world. There are the ones that make the hairs on your neck stand up on end, make you check every cupboard in the house before going to bed after a game session and mix scare tactics, human despair and philological trauma into a neat package. Then on the other side, there are those games that make you laugh unintentionally, use every horror cliché in the world and almost bore you to death instead of scaring you into an early grave.
Where does Wick fit into this? Well it’s somewhere between the two camps.
January 12, 2017
Rise & Shine Review
Puzzles. Platforms. One hell of a bullet storm.
What on earth could go wrong?
Well thankfully with the unbelievably delightful Rise & Shine, not a lot. In fact, it's very very good. But it’s also very very hard and will no doubt frustrate those who skill levels aren’t quite up to par.
January 12, 2017
One thing I feel is missing from my life is having my own personal voiceover, to follow me around as I go about my day to day duties. It would be brilliant to have someone commenting on my heroic activities, like getting the milk or taking the dog for a walk. If I had to choose who would deliver the commentary to my life, well the Bastion guy would be in with a big fat chance. For those who don’t know what I’m talking about, Bastion is a game that hit the 360 late into its cycle, proving a big hit on Xbox Live Arcade. Now it’s been released on the Xbox One with a new shiny update, but I wonder, does the magic that we experienced first time round still hold true?
January 10, 2017
Assassin’s Creed #14 – Comic Review
After thirteen issues and a handful of major story arcs, the Assassin’s Creed comic series published by Titan Comics has reached its final chapter. In the issues leading up to #14, the writers have really stepped it up a gear, setting the stage for an action-packed finale. But will it be a fitting conclusion for Charlotte de la Cruz’s transition into the next great female assassin?
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