Knowing we’d have almost two weeks off work, just before Christmas I decided to dedicate some time to playing new video games during the holidays. I managed a good start: … Continue Reading <em>ESO</em>: more fun with two
It’s 1992, I’m a teenager in the arcades with my mates and we’re pumping 20p after 20p into the Street Fighter II machine in a vain attempt to beat enough … Continue Reading Bonkers, brilliant and ready to break necks
It’s no secret how much I love the adventure genre and exploration games, so it’s therefore no surprise that I jumped at the chance to play Vane after Lewis from … Continue Reading You’re so <em>Vane</em>: style over substance?
This post is part of a series exploring the history of the Tomb Raider series and its entries. Be sure to check out the hub article on NekoJonez’s Gaming Blog … Continue Reading Writers’ Raid: <em>Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris</em>
November’s Question of the Month is brought to you by Teri Mae from Sheikah Plate: video gamer, recipe maker and baker of the best carrot cake around. To find out … Continue Reading <em>ESO</em>: love you for the rest of my life (a <em>QotM</em> answer)
One of the first video games my other-half and I played together was Alien: Isolation. In our first few weeks after meeting we realised we shared a love of gaming … Continue Reading <em>Downward Spiral</em>: a story lost in space
As mentioned in yesterday’s round-up post, I was a little disappointed that the organisers had taken the decision to move the Rezzed sessions out of the main hall at this … Continue Reading EGX 2018: <em>Twin Mirror</em>
Last week I wrote about Backbone, a detective noir adventure I’d come across on Kickstarter recently. Its pixelated art and ‘challenging, thought-provoking storyline featuring themes of power, corruption, social decay … Continue Reading <em>198X</em>: every 80s game in one