Star Citizen’s latest update has been delayed, so with this news, I thought I’d scribble some backstory on what it is, and how I faded from hyper-ventilating excitement to cynical indifference.
Microsoft are laying down some sick burnz in the wake of Sony refusing to buddy up for Minecraft Cross Play, and with my keen intellect and poor journalism, I reckon I’ve figured out why.
E3 may be happening, and all the REAL journalists might be talking about that, but here’s a post about an iPhone port of a game older than time itself. #professionalism
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.
The Playstation NEO became the PS4 Pro at The Playstation Meeting, and honestly, very little else happened. Maybe we fell asleep. Are quarter-generation upgrades the new norm and does this mean consoles will go the way of the PC?
Ranty Mcranterson right here. People seem to consider No Man’s Sky some sort of personal affront, when it’s actually just someone’s creative endeavour they worked themselves to death over. And that’s not on.
Initial impressions, and what that dirty great and entirely CONTROVS patch did in our first hastily splurged No Man’s Sky post! Dive in.
I’ve not been playing Pokemon Go, which isn’t an alarming revelation as to why it’s making me feel alone, seeing that everybody else on the planet is. Its popularity sure is something to awe at though; join me and give this babbling a quick glance why not!
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 wrote this a week ago, and even then it was about two weeks late. I saw DOOM was due for release this Friday, no less, so figured I better tell you about my short, intoxicated battle with its weekend Beta.
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.
I played Grow Home quite a while ago now, but here I am, many weeks later, trying with a breathless, unhinged enthusiasm, to explain why it felt like a PS2 game in the very best way.
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!
Kim played the new Tomb Raider at Eurogamer Expo this year. Amidst an unfulfilled want to lock a butler in the fridge again, find out what she thought!
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?