Martin suits up to take on Space Hulk, the latest video game adaptation of a classic Games Workshop board game.
Ruaidhri slips on his clown mask and goes all Robert DeNiro taking down banks, art galleries and corner shops in his review of Payday 2.
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.
Jon reviews Papers, Please – a truly unique indie PC game available on Steam.
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.
20 years after the original Rise of the Triad, Interceptor Entertainment have brought the game to a modern age. With Nazi’s and cultists should this game have stayed in the past? or does it deserve a new lease of life?
A dystopian future, a world run by gangs and corporations, can you as a shadowrunner find out who killed your friend? Ruaidhri takes a look at this rebirth of a classic RPG from the early 90’s. Is it worth you getting your credstick out for or should you tell it to frag off?
Martin tackles a new point and click adventure game, can a long time fan of old Lucas Arts games get along with this new wannabe?
Martin overcomes his Eiffelophobia to delve into fantasy tower defence game Prime World Defenders, only to get his CCG itch getting scratched.
The L4D2 Workshop was lifted out of its beta on the 17th January, with the myriad of mods previously available through L4DMaps.com now being made widely available over the Steam service so if you were ever hankering to try some fresh new campaign content or see how well the Ghostbusters crew can deal with the onslaught of L4D’s motley menagerie of Infected then now you can, and all with just a simple click.
Charlie was a good man. We had flown through all of Sector six together. He didn’t socialise with the other crew much, he knew he had a job to do and he just got on with it, as any good pilot would have. He was my go to guy, he had more experience than the rest of the crew. In our time we had seen ship mates come and go, some got ill trying to sort out an infection on a mining colony, other’s met their gods during fierce battles, each death was noble and without question of orders. Charlie’s death was more important though, Charlie’s death was the first one I cared about.