Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls Review

Spike Chunsoft’s murky exploration of teenage murder – Danganronpa – has always been a favourite series of mine. Mired in dark psychology, the Playstation Vita series examines the human reaction to game theory, and the demands of self-preservation, all wrapped up in a quirky anime ridiculousness. The latest entry in the series is a spinoff… Read more

One Does Not Simply Walk Away From The Dead – The Escapists: The Walking Dead Preview

Team17 have been making a few waves with their re-entry into the publishing business in late 2013, with a laser focus on bringing small, otherwise indie developers to a wider marketplace. They’ve been working hard on behalf of smaller devs, and The Escapists: The Walking Dead can be seen as one of the sweetest fruit… Read more

Magnetic: Cage Closed Review

[su_highlight background=”#3b88ff” color=”#ffffff”]Platforms: PC, Steam, Xbox One (Summer) | Developer: Guru Games | Publisher: Gambitious Digital Entertainment | ESRB: NA | Controls: Keyboard[/su_highlight] Magnetic: Cage Closed is a brand new PC first person puzzle platformer from Guru Games, aiming to add innovation and replayability to the tried and true genre mixture of puzzles and jumping. While it’s… Read more

GameLoading: Rise of the Indies – a Love Letter to Video Games

GameLoading: Rise of the Indies is probably my favourite film about video games. GameLoading: Rise of the Indies, the Kickstarted documentary about indie game creators by Australian StudioBento, is a love story about video games. Where Indie Game: The Movie was a very interesting (and good!) film following the development turmoil of Phil Fish and… Read more

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain | Most Anticipated of 2015

Hideo Kojima was at his tricksiest when he decided to tease and reveal the latest in the Metal Gear Solid series, The Phantom Pain. In a long and convoluted breadcrumb trail, Kojima fabricated the existence of an entire video game studio to release a teaser trailer for a mysterious game about a comatose man. Using… Read more

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – New Details on the Open World Medieval RPG from Warhorse Studios

a Rafflecopter giveaway Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a game firmly rooted in the Middle Ages. “We want to make the game as realistic as possible,” Warhorse Studios’ social media manager Jiri Rydl tells us. “Of course we have to make compromises to keep the game fun. For instance the doors are little bit bigger than… Read more

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt | Most Anticipated of 2015

The original Witcher game flew somewhat under the radar on its release in 2007. As a debut title from an unknown Polish developer licenced from a niche but popular fantasy novel series, it received decent reviews, but was not widely known. But it soon became a cult hit when the free Enhanced Edition update overhauled… Read more

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Monster Hunting is Fun | Hands-On Preview

Abs. The first thing I see after booting into The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt is abs. Really really really obvious abs. This glorious washboard belongs to a bathing grey-haired Geralt, who is lazily splashing his foot out of the bottom of the tub. We get a full view of this perfect six-pack as he stands… Read more

In part one, we talked to Ben Jones of Fugitive Games about the team’s upcoming space exploration game Into the Stars, and how they decided to make the game what it is. This time, we’re finding out just what makes Into the Stars unique. Ben Jones is an explorer. “I’ll generally spend more time in… Read more