Ruaidhri knuckles down and dives head first into RPG Divinity Original Sin. Heavily inspired by Pen and Paper Role Play Games Divinity refuses to hold a players hand, but does this make the game better?
After being drowned in a deluge of WW2 shooters a few years ago Ruaidhri wonders if it’s time to go back to the front line?
Always Sometimes Monsters is Vagabond Dog’s latest creation. It had received early praise for it’s realistic portrayal of morality and built up significant interest, and we’ll find out if expectations were met.
Dakota returns to the City of Colors to review The Last Tinker. After being so impressed in a preview does the full game live up to expectations?
Ruaidhri has read the, most likely false, Sony E3 Leak. Has Sony already forgotten about their handheld console?
Martine reviews Damian Sommer’s latest indie offering “The Yawhg”, a local co-op choose your own adventure game.
Megan discusses where her geekdom comes from and where we as a subculture draw the line for ‘geek or not’?
Like many geeks and nerds Megan is conflicted about the portrayal of women in games. But are we right to assume all portrayals of sexy women are negative?
With the rising number of visuals novels appearing on Steam and Steam Greenlight, are the stereotypes of “otaku basement dwellers” breaking, and is the genre of visual novels alienating a wider gamer audience in favour of those who fulfill the stereotypes?
Dakota previews The Last Tinker: City of Colours and falls in love with colours and a monkey called Koru.
Megan begins her new Hopes and Fears fetures tackling something on the mind of many nerds and geeks, the new Michael Bay Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles film; should we be excited or worried?
Elliot looks into why gamers are elitist against the big boys of the gaming industry, do publishers like EA deserve more credit?
A YouGov report has said that 61% of the public don’t believe games are art. Chris looks into this and questions why this may be.
Ruaidhri breaks out his old magnifying glass to tackle new ‘Point and Click’ puzzle game Broken Sword 5: The Serpent’s Curse.
With Twitch Playing Pokemon achieving something so few could have anticipated; why does Massively Co-op gaming appeal to the masses?
Chris reviews Weapon Shop de Omasse on 3DS, a rhythm game set in the world of RPG’s.
With hundreds of titles getting released everyday, are we seeing a takeover from the Indie developers when it comes to quality in gaming?