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Stellaris Gets Leviathans DLC & Free Update

by Joe McGuinnesson 20/10/2016
Paradox Interactive’s labour-of-love space strategy game Stellaris gets its first paid “story pack” DLC today, as well as the latest in a series of slow-but-steady stream of free updates and patches since the game was launched back in May. One of the consistent criticisms of the largely solid Stellaris is the lack of content in the […]

Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander

by Joe McGuinnesson 15/10/2016
FTL is to Star Trek as Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander is to Deep Space 9 - or Babylon 5, if you're more that way inclined.

The Metronomicon

by Joe McGuinnesson 04/10/2016
Undulating cats, dreadlocked crocodiles & bloody great big bears in t-shirts: just some of the wonderfully diverse monsters you'll face in this rhythm RPG.

Project Highrise – Management can be fun!

by Mark Cantyon 05/09/2016
A few of you might remember, back before Maxis was chewed up and swallowed by EA, a little game called Sim Tower. Instead of running a city, or a country, or a world, you were in charge of building and taking care of a single building and it’s occupants. It sold OK, but was a niche […]

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PlayStation NOW is coming to PC

by jollinson 27/08/2016
PlayStation NOW has been around for a while now and if you have not heard of it, no one would blame you. It’s the poorly advertised streaming service that is available for the PS4 allowing you to play from a huge library of PS3 titles if you are willing to fork over a monthly subscription […]

No Man’s Sky, Is It Everything We Hoped For?

by Lauren Crofton 11/08/2016
No Man’s Sky has officially landed and considering it’s previous hiccups it seems to be causing quite a stir. Normally I’d form an opinion and write a review upon finishing a game, but considering the sheer size of No Man’s Sky that’s never going to happen, so I’m going with my gut on this one. […]

Soul Axiom Review

by James Buckinghamon 02/07/2016
Imagine a world where, when you die, your soul is uploaded to a man-made digital afterlife. Then imagine that you can choose to relive certain memories and experiences as much as you wanted, as well as your loved ones. Sounds intriguing, right? Well Wales Interactive‘s Soul Axiom provides a glimpse of what that could be […]

The Detail Episode 3 – Devil in the Details

by Lianneon 24/06/2016
Before I get into reviewing The Detail Episode 3 – Devil in the Details, I have to say that I more than a little bit in love with film noir and hard-boiled detective fiction. I don’t exactly know why, perhaps it’s something to do with how bittersweet and world weary it can be. Or maybe […]

E3 – Ubisoft want you to be free – And do wierd stuff too!

by Mark Cantyon 14/06/2016
Ubisoft started the week with a range of new looks at upcoming games, from Ghost Recon Wildlands, Watchdogs 2 and For Honor, to Just Dance 17 and Steep. An overall positive and upbeat show, the section on the Assassin's Creed movie fell a little flat in a show about games, but well tried!

Total War: Warhammer – Review

by Matt Gearyon 14/06/2016
INTRO First off, I was going to make a Video review for this game but, having loaded Total War: Warhammer onto my computer I quickly realised that what use to play games on ultra, can now only deal with medium graphics; at a push. And so, with my shame and with no pretty graphics to […]