MCM Gaming Event 2016

It’s time to get your geek on, the MCM London Event is coming soon and is a chance to really go all out on this years costumes. With so many people attending these events, there is always a place for any fan, from steampunk, Manga, World Of Warcraft, cosplay, video game,  Star Trek, and even Star Wars. The […]

Rainbow Moon

Rainbow Moon is a tactical role-playing game available via the PSN network. Play as the hero Baldren who is transported to an unknown planet; Rainbow Moon. Here he finds himself stranded and his travel to this unknown world opened a dimensional gate, out of which troops of monsters are crawling, turning this once peaceful planet into a real […]

Hyper Light Drifter; the 2D action role-playing game

Hyper Light Drifter is the 2D action role-playing game coming Spring 2016; made in a 8-bit and 16-bit classic format, with a modern design and logic, though with a different take and on a larger scale. Explore a world inspired by dreams and nightmares alike, where vast ruined landscapes reveal new dangers and hidden technologies just waiting to be […]

Gaming on Chromebook

Not only is the Chromebook great visually, she boots up really fast too, and has a really good feel in your hands and the soft clicks when typing are pleasing to the ears. She is essentially a laptop that loads a cloud based OS, which behaves the same as a glorified browser; though with a variant […]

Binding of Isaac: Bigger and better

The Binding of Isaac was a game that was always on the verge of clicking with me. It came around about the same time as a number of other successful rogue-like games that I struggled to get into as well. I enjoy the hook, certainly, the way in which decisions matter massively and every small […]

Journey: thatgamecompany’s masterpiece

What a word that is to throw in casually. Masterpiece. That is usually reserved for very special works of art; ones that transcend their medium ever so slightly. Ones that rise to the pinnacle of their genres and stand alone as shining of examples of how a team of skilled people with one, singular vision […]

Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes

The Metal Gear Solid series has always been confusing for me. Gorgeous visuals and some of the most fun and challenging gameplay around on one hand, but some of the most nonsensical, poorly written, poorly edited and, frankly, bullshit stories that I have ever experienced in any medium. People love it, people buy it and […]

Beyond Good and Evil

Some games have been sitting in my backlog for a very, very long time. Either because I got stuck, got bored or simply stopped playing as something new and shiny came along. Over the years I’ve got stressed and stuck as a young buck, before I started to have disposable income and then bought way […]