Mythical afterlives of Egypt, new weapons, giant scorpions… DAMIAN REID sets out on a mission to appease the Pharaohs and bring peace to Thebes.
Having played every game in the Spiderman franchise since PS1 days I was looking forward to the latest edition of Spider-Man. However, given that Marvel had seen fit to reboot the cinematic Spidey with yet another teenage version of the web-slinger I was a little apprehensive as to what we […]
At Gamescom, the annual trade fair in Cologne for all things video gamey and explody, Microsoft announced a bunch of incoming titles for the Xbox and DAVID BUTTERFIELD’s here to let you know if they’re worth your time.
Sir Issac Newton claimed “If I have seen further it is by standing on the shoulders of giants”. DAVID BUTTERFIELD checks out the world of video game emulation with the open source emulator RetroArch to see for himself the giant shoulders modern games stand on.
DAMIAN REID gets reacquainted with a remake from a simpler age of gaming . But can it live up to memory?
Damian Reid finds a gentler God Of War in the Norse-inspired latest outing from the popular franchise.
The annual northern hemisphere summer sale on Steam is currently running so DAVID BUTTERFIELD checked out a game he missed first time around and discovered one of the most mesmerising stories he’s encountered in a long time.
No Man’s Sky was no winner for DAVID BUTTERFIELD first time around. Three updates on, he revisits the game and finds a game that’s come in from the cold.
DAMIAN REID goes on a discovery tour in Egypt to give us the lowdown on Assassin’s Creed Origins new combat-free Discovery Mode.
Monster Hunter newbie DAMIAN REID gets hooked into the fifth installment of the franchise – just don’t be picking on his Palico!
Has the fifth instalment of Far Cry managed to avoid being same-old, same-old? PAT PILCHER goes slaying cult leaders to find out.
A classic game comes back to life in more vivid colours and DAMIAN REID soaks up the nostalgia.