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6 Video Game Campaigns with Epic Stories.

by Matt Gearyon 27/03/2017
Multiplayer seems to overshadow game narrative these days but we at Geek Pride do enjoy a good story and so we thought we’d put our heads together again and list 6 Game campaigns that were truely epic. Make sure to let us know in the comments if you agree or if you think there should be […]

Hands-On with Lego Worlds

by Daniel Delargyon 22/02/2017
Lego Worlds is a new, inventive game from the creative minds at Traveller’s Tales Games, focusing on wholly original Lego products rater than the brands and liscences covered by Lego Dimensions. In this brand new adventure, you play as an explorer delving into the many planets containing dynamic and unique environments, from the days of […]

Toy Odyssey: The Lost and Found (Review)

by xdustineflxon 21/02/2017
Toy Odyssey is a new side-scrolling platformer in the vein of Metroid or Castlevania from indie developer Hiker Games. In it, you star as Brand, an action figure come to life who, with the help of other sentient toys, must save his owner Felix from the darkness that is currently residing in Felix’s house. Brand must uncover secrets to […]

Tales of Berseria – Character Profiles

by Daniel Delargyon 20/01/2017
Tales of Berseria, comes to the western world later this month – January 24th for America, 27th for Europe – and fans of the series are eagerly waiting to experience the sixteenth addition to the Tales of series. Those who cannot wait can whet their appetite on the demo which is available both on the […]

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Review – Geek Pride

by jollinson 09/01/2017
Be warned that this article contains minor spoilers. I’m not amateur when it comes to the walking dead. I have seen just about all there is to see so far and played every game based on the series I have come across, not to mention spending many nights reading the comics so naturally I was […]

Batman: The Telltale Series

by Callum Tyndallon 30/12/2016
Telltale’s Batman is an awkward proposition for me, struggling on a core divide. You see, I absolutely adore the world of Batman but I really do not gel with the mechanics of Telltale’s games. Batman is hands down my favourite superhero, possibly my favourite fictional character full stop, and the chance to inhabit his world […]

Let It Die – First Impressions

by SeanPWallaceon 07/12/2016
Let It Die is a weird game. Which shouldn’t be surprising from Suda51. This is the man responsible for bringing us No More Heroes, Killer7, Shadows of the Damned, and Lollipop Chainsaw. He has a unique (i.e. batshit) take on video game development which results in unique experiences. Some very good. Some downright odd. Let It Die falls into […]

Dark Souls 3 DLC Ashes of Ariandel – Cold Comfort

by SeanPWallaceon 27/10/2016
In my prior review of Dark Souls 3, I criticised the game for mining too heavily the themes and enemies of Dark Souls. Months later, the game still feels a bit like Dark Souls Again, and I’ve certainly not felt the addiction or love for this latest FromSoft title that I have for Dark Souls 2 or Bloodborne. To play […]

Eight games to watch out for from EGX2016

by Peter Ray Allisonon 27/09/2016
EGX has always been about promoting new games, and whilst the big game publishers often dominate the event (they can afford the floor space), much of the true innovation lies within the indie and left-field collections. As such, here are eight games from EGX that gamers should watch out for in the coming months. JCB […]

EGX 2016

by Peter Ray Allisonon 27/09/2016
Just when you think that EGX cannot possibly become any bigger, it proves you wrong.  Whilst there were not any TIE-fighters from Star Wars like last year (instead we had a Lego version of Kylo Ren), we did have huge stands dominated by colossal images of robot dinosaurs (courtesy of Horizon: Zero Dawn).  EGX certainly […]