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Darkest Dungeon: The Glutton for Punishment’s Perfect Game

by Rach Griffithson 14/06/2017
Darkest Dungeon is one of the most frustrating games that you will ever come into contact with. Conspiracy theorists the world over think it’s out to get them, and after almost 600 hours in game I wonder whether I have any sanity left at all. For those of you that think this is an over-reaction, […]

Rezrog Review

by Rach Griffithson 31/05/2017
The word rogue-like seems to be a popular buzzword these days, and can be seen in game descriptions for indie titles far and wide. So the question arises: how do you make a game that has so much in common with of all its rivals stand out? Enter Rezrog, the latest offering from Kasedo Games […]

Geek Pride Guide To Summer Sales #2: Full Steam Ahead

by Ben Feeon 24/06/2016
As the street hawkers and market vendors of the Gog sale close down shop and box up their bargains for another year, we barely have time to click ‘install’ before our wallets are once again attacked by someone trying to flog us cheap games. This time it’s the always excellent Steam, whose Summer event is […]

McDROID Review

by James Buckinghamon 10/05/2016
Usually, when it comes to Tower Defence games my ADD-like attention span kicks in, and my brain shuts down quicker than a sated bear in winter. But Elefantopia have devised a great game that adds a new gameplay element to the tired old TD game type, and it works really, really well. McDROID is the first release […]

Blues and Bullets, Episodes 1 & 2

by xdustineflxon 28/04/2016
Blues and Bullets is an episodic “visual novel”, in the same vein as games like The Wolf Among Us and Minecraft: Story Mode, to name a couple. In it, you play as famed real-life detective Eliot Ness in an alternate reality where Ness has left the police force after being unable to solve a collection of missing children […]

Icewind Dale: Enhanced Edition

by Tom Sorsbyon 06/01/2016
Originally released in 2000 by Black Isle, running the 2nd Edition D&D rules, Icewind Dale was given an injection of fresh life by Beamdog in 2014 with the release of the Enhanced Edition. While anybody with even a passing interest in D&D or its gaming adaptations will have heard of Baldur’s Gate, in my experience, […]

Darkest Dungeon 2: Die Darker

by Tom Sorsbyon 04/12/2015
You’ll be forgiven if Darkest Dungeon has passed you by – I mean, it was a successful Kickstarter, it’s been on Steam Early Access for ages, and it’s regularly on sale. But if its somehow passed you by, then now’s the right time to get hyped about Darkest Dungeon. With a release date just around […]

Eternal Step

by Daniel Delargyon 31/10/2015
So, when I first heard about this, it was pitched to me as “a rogue-like Dark Souls”. Well, they weren’t wrong.
How could a cute little bot like this cause so much trouble?

Mighty Release Date

by Daniel Delargyon 30/04/2015
Mighty No. 9 A long awaited project from Comcept, an independent Japanese game design and development studio formed in 2010 by industry veteran Keiji Inafune, best known as the illustrator and co-designer of the Mega Man character. The spiritual successor of Mega Man. For months, we have been getting updates on the final product, from development updates […]

War Thunder – PS4

by TheWookieon 15/04/2015
Despite being around for a few years, War Thunder, from Gaijin, made it’s first big impression at E3 2014, showing off some 354 planes and teasing at a Tank battle Beta. (You can read his full review here.) This of course was on the PC and after a few updates we took another look, but […]