Way back in 1989 something wonderful happened to me. A friend introduced me to the wonderful world of 16-bit gaming via the glorious Amiga 500 computer. He showed me wonders never seen before! Strip poker with almost recognisab...
When you attend a show there’s always that one game that you just HAVE to fight to get your hands on. When a show or event opens, even with the press throngs, you still need to have your game plan.
Tales from the Borderlands has transcended its inherrited lineage and become something truly impressive in its own right. Becoming one of 2015's essential purchases.
King’s Quest: A Knight to Remember marks a very solid start to the new 5-part series. It manages to capture the spirit of the original games, as well as the snappy writing, and transpose them with a more modern game with a hint...
Adult themes, mature choices and possibly the best episode of the series to date!
Well crafter and story rich hour slice of puzzle based gameplay that elongates the interesting concepts touched on in Never Alone. Lacks longevity or replay value though but is well worth consideration.
Life is Strange continues, in its third episode, to offer up a compellingly unique story. A story that at times engages better than almost any other and at other times leaves you floundering.
Taking place directly after the events of episode one we return to the life of Max in episode 2 of Life is Strange.
Soldner X 2: Final Prototype is a superb shooter on a system not exactly flush with schmups. It takes the essence of what made shooters like Gradius, Thunder Force and Apidya awesome back in the day and distils it with some mo...
If you’re a point and click adventure fan this is a must buy.