Posts Tagged ‘2014’
Found footage is a sub-genre of horror that divides the opinions of many fans. For every Blair Witch Project, another twenty are made that produce as much enjoyment for the audience as a hot poker to the eye. Many people would like to see them retreat into the shadows, never to be heard from again. […]
There was once a giant shark that fought in the ocean. This is his story.
Destiny is a post apocalyptic first-person shooter in which Guardians, the front line fighters and last line of defence defending the last human city on Earth, eagerly awaited by gamers from the creators of Halo, Activition and Bungie. Bungie announced over twitter yesterday that Destiny will be opening it’s Beta in July, giving […]
Read through the comments on any downloadable game and you’ll see one phrase come up over and over, bugs. With almost universal internet access, developers can easily update games to correct mistakes, oversights or outright screw ups in their software through a downloadable update or patch. This has opened up huge potential for developers to […]
Happy Holidays and welcome to Isometrics, a slanted stare at the literary gaming world. It must go without saying that 2013 was a massive massive year for gaming, a veritable watershed for the previous generation, filled with a mix of great controversy and conflict but also new ways to create, play and interact with the […]
A sequel to Atlus’ cult hit Action RPG / Social Simulator series Shin Megami Tensei: Persona, has been announced by Atlus over the weekend for the PS3; showing that despite the launch of the PS4 this week, the old veteran will be going strong for a few more years. Unsurprisingly, in typical teaser fashion, […]
“Welcome to Play Expo. Prepare to die…again. Because you’re about to go beyond death. This, is Dark Souls II.” These were the first words I heard upon entering the Namco Bandai area at Play Expo in Manchester last weekend. Strong words indeed, but overly dramatic as they may be, it certainly hammers home what the […]