A Dystopian 1960’s psychedelia first person survival game? Sure, why not…
A trench coat, rain, guns and hovering police cars, this must be a cyber-punk future. Ruaidhri goes back to the future in Satellite Reign, the spiritual successor to Syndicate.
Dakota previews The Last Tinker: City of Colours and falls in love with colours and a monkey called Koru.
Jonas straps on his leathers and his weapons and takes the battle online in ZeniMax’s The Elder Scrolls Online. After blasting the beta have all of Jonas’ wants come to be?
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?
3DRealm’s cult classic Shadow Warrior is getting the reboot treatment this year, Ruaidhri takes a look at the first couple of levels and decides its something we should all be excited about.
Ruaidhri tries to get his groove back with this musical puzzle platformer. Rhythm is a dancer, or at the very least the solution to most problems in BeatBuddy. Thr3aks and Rhianna Pratchett team up for this indie Steam game.
I don’t usually like remakes. They seem unnecessary; a high budget re-hash of classic cinema for what seems like pure profit. I would much rather see a studio take a risk and do something totally new and different, without a hint of re-working, re-making or re-anything.
On a bitterly cold Tuesday in central London, I was summoned to an evening at BAFTA HQ to attend Crystal Dynamic’s Developer’s Q&A for their forthcoming ‘rebirth’ (we can’t call it a reboot apparently) of the Tomb Raider franchise.
On hand were studio head Darrell Gallagher, creative director Noah Hughes and seasoned games writer Rhianna Pratchett, to defend their baby which had spent the past four years in gestation.