I know it’s been a while, but I’ve been very busy. Anyway, with this site’s oldest partner in crime’s wedding out of the way, I scribbled some words on my run through The Temple of No the other night. It’s great. Play it now.
Inside’s PS4 release finally spurred me to splurge the cash, and as it turns out I wasn’t wrong to do so. Winding, visually lyrical, thought-provoking… an entirely metaphorical game? Here’s what I reckon to Limbo’s successor.
I finally played Journey everyone. Yes I’m four years’ late or 18 months at best, but still, we’re here now right. Find out what words it made me witter.
Initial impressions, and what that dirty great and entirely CONTROVS patch did in our first hastily splurged No Man’s Sky post! Dive in.
With 1,2 and 3 down it’s finally time to Nathan Drake all the way to the finish line with Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Did the new gen iteration stand up to the test of a hardware leap? Did Rob fall asleep before the end? Find out alll this and less in the review!
I finally played all the Uncharteds. I know. What a shock. This is probably the fastest I’ve ever finished three games in a row. Smush the link and listen to babble on about them for a bit eh.
I”M BACK. I mean. For the moment. Here’s a stream of unintelligible thoughts I had when I played Firewatch a little while back. I quite liked it.
The Stanley Parable designer William Pugh has put out another game. It’s brilliant and free and everything you are not. Play it now. Drink it in. Improve your life.
I love Fallout. All I’ve ever wanted to do is wander around abandoned, ruined cities occasionally shooting robots. So why can’t I play 4? Read this inane dribbling to sort of find out!
Of course, I’m playing Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, and of course, the balloons are my favourite bit.
Rob’s been playing Rocket League, in some sort of desperate attempt to get away from The Witcher for 40 seconds. Can he possibly enjoy a FOOTBALL CAR game?
I’ve been playing Oquonie, among other things, and its unique, abstract world is something to get lost in. That’s both your character, and your sense of things that aren’t written by David Firth.
PREVIEWS. We do those too, seemingly, and here we see Rob preening about in a coloured cloak and raising some demons to do the things he can’t be bothered to do in Nekro! Find out what he thought in this, our Early Access Preview!
Kim gets to grips with the first episode of the time-travelling life ’em up Life is Strange! Find out what she thought in this REVIEW. Which we do actually do. I just have to get other people to do them.
Far Cry: The Wild Expedition generously crams FOUR killer (well, mostly) games onto one disc, and in celebration, here’s a short synopsis of each game cleverly disguised as a reason to buy it! Because we all love lists don’t we. Lists and reasons. Reasons and lists. Jump on in to find out WHAT I THINK. Since you obviously care so much.
TWO reviews in the space of a month? We’re mad right? Mad! Brian Mad from Madcastle! Jump on in to find out what on Earth we thought of Ubisoft’s latest loveable platformer Rayman Legends; does it compare to Origins? Is there ANYTHING different? Does it still feel like you’re playing a cartoon? Have their been too many question marks in this excerpt? All this and much less, inside!
I know, a review, on Respawn!? You’ve got to be kidding? Nope. This here is LEGIT. So much so that it couldn’t possibly relinquish its tenure. So get your face buried into this page and find out what we thought of THREAKS’ bubble bouncing ‘beat’ ’em up (geddit) platformer Beatbuddy! Cor.
Guesty finally got off his ass and decided to write a review for a game that came out months ago. Isn’t that nice of him? This game crawled out from under the woodwork, much like Guesty after his four day bender of drinking nothing but Mountain Dew he bought from a man in a grey van in some car park. We’re all a little worried about him. Read his review so we can convince him to go cold turkey from the “Dew.”
Resi 6 is shuffling toward our front door with each passing day, and here at Respawn, we don’t bat an eyelid when someone insists we’re LATE TO THE PARTY. So here’s an answer to that prolific, cerebrally stimulating question ‘Should I Buy Resident Evil 4: HD Before Six Comes Out?’ Here’s why Resident scribbler Tom Mcshane reckon’s you won’t go far wrong in doing so!
Reviewing with the audacity of man wildly pointing out the weather, Tom slams down his copy of Theatrhythm and scribbles us a rip-roaring review on the latest portable Final Fantasy outing, this one coming complete with tap shoes and jazz hands! Is this everything it sounds? Thankfully no. Get inside and find out what we thought why not!