Dave goes on the defensive in this alien sci-fi Tower Defense game. Is it any good or is it game over man?
In which Ruaidhri discusses his interpretation of philosophical ideas on Fate, Fatalism, Determinism and their role in The Bioshock Trilogy and beyond.
Ruaidhri straps on his battle armour and gathers some buddies to take on the world in this latest twin stick arena action puzzler RPG from BetaDwarf Entertainment.
Jonas reminisces about games of old whilst reviewing the insane iOS game Mega Dead Pixel.
Callum gets some of his buddies together to hop into the now almost fixed GTA Online, was this worth the wait? Why have people forgotten to have fun? What should you do when you can do anything?
Back in 2009 a level appeared in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 that no only became one of the biggest video game controversies in a while but also changed the way developers went about creating games. Love or hate the series, Call of Duty’s ‘No Russian’ has left an interesting legacy behind.
Ruaidhri hits the slopes to try out yet another extreme sport he can’t do in real life, Skiing. Is a free to play and Cryengine built ski and snowboarding sandbox game something people should be looking forward to?
Ruaidhri tries to look past Girl Fight’s clear issues with gender to see if underneath all the cleavage and skimpy clothing is a good fighting game.
Ruaidhri straps on his adult nappies to review indie survival horror game Knock Knock from developer Ice-Pick Lodge. With a Tim Burton-esque cartoon style can this PC game bring the scares?
Jon reviews the latest entries in one of his, and the worlds, most beloved franchises. Pokemon.
Dave get’s marooned on a desert island with no idea where he is or what to do. With puzzles a’plenty and a creepy atmosphere, should Montague’s Mount be your new indie puzzle obsession?
Jonas slips on his flying goggles, top hat and brass cuff-links to try out new steampunk tower defence game on iOS: Steampunk Tower.
Ruaidhri straps on a parachute and gets into his tight and revealing wingsuit to dive head first into base jumping simulator game, Skydive: Proximity Flight.
Gary dips into a ‘classic’ video game movie from 20 years ago, Super Mario Bros. Did it deserve it’s panning from critics and video game fans alike or was it unfairly judged? With a new ‘sequel’ comic out what kind of legacy does this video game movie leave behind?