The next game in the near decade old franchise comes out this coming week and until now I’ve been rather sceptical. I loved the first three games and the world they built but until now very little had been said or shown by the new game. So I decided to spend £3 on EA Access for a month and play the 10 hour…
Last night I had the pleasure of going to one of the smallest local theatres in my city, and seeing the latest in the many film interpretations of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s famous Victorian sleuth, Mr. Holmes. It was a beautiful and quaint film, but more importantly it did what I have not seen any other version of…
The public at large has gotten a taste of Destiny, Bungie's latest sci-fi epic. The chosen few got to get a glimpse just after E3, but what was different in this newest build? I took to the Wild this past week to find out.
The best kind of horror game doesn't need any guns. It doesn't need to scare you with difficult enemy encounters and shock value. Sometimes, silence is scarier than all of that.
As announced at Sony's E3 2014 press conference, the Destiny Alpha opened up for this weekend on PS4. I've taken some tentative steps into Old Russia, and come back with a few thoughts on Bungie's newest Sci-Fi epic. Be Brave, Guardians, and pay attention: This is the part of the story that's really important...
WildStar, Carbine Studio's cartoony Sci-fantasy MMO, feels like it's been in development for ages - but with less than a month until launch, the game has entered Open Beta. I created my finest cat-rabbit-man-thing, slapped on a pair of magic blaster pistols and headed to Planet Nexus. Does it live up to the hype?
It's one thing to get crap past the radar. It's another thing entirely to ram through the radar building's front door with a go cart and use it as a shortcut. Yes, Conception II takes refuge in its audacity, because no video game on Earth could possibly get away with this and keep a straight face... right?
It's all been about a certain other Singleplayer RPG Franchise turned MMO property this week, but whilst everyone else has been off in Tamriel I spent a weekend with the beta for the upcoming PS4 release of Final Fantasy XIV. Does a love for this fanservice-laden MMO hold up when controlled with a gamepad rather than…
InFamous: Second Son isn't just one of the greatest looking video games out right now - it's also a really solid, enjoyable take on the superhero genre. (Mild Spoilers abound beyond the cut).
Titanfall is the game on the lips of everyone at the moment, and has been since its début at Microsoft's E3 show last year. It's been hailed as the game that could save the Xbox One, the game that could take down Call of Duty, the FPS that will usher in a new age for the genre. So does it live up to the hype?
This is such a fun game, even though I do miss the modern bits overall the Edward Kenway experience is infinitely much more fun that the Connor Kenway experience.
Benedict Cumberbatch does a Chewbacca impression, an impression so impressive it impresses Harrison Ford.
AoS just finished on the East Coast. Who else watched it? What are your impressions? (I'm watching on about a 30 minute delay, so I'll post thoughts in a little bit.)
Today is the type of day where I look back on the week and go holy moly, I've spent most of my time recently doing one thing. In this case, that one thing has been playing the PC voxel exploration game, Cube World.