Posts Tagged ‘VITA’

Final Fantasy XIV: Heavensward Expansion Announced

by Nick Hancheton 20/10/2014
Square Enix have announced the first expansion to the hugely popular Final Fantasy MMO, Final Fantasy XIV. Game Director Naoki Yoshida (Yoshi-P to the community) announced the new expansion during his keynote speech at their first Final Fantasy XIV Fanfest in Las Vegas (18-19 October 2014), giving fans small glimpses into what will be included. […]

Tales of Xillia 2 Review – Welcome back to Elympios

by Nick Hancheton 03/09/2014
The Tales series, originating back in 1995 for the SNES, is a series that has continued to provide beautiful worlds, an exciting and extravagant cast of characters, and mesmerising stories. The franchise first presented itself to me in the latter part of 2004, with the Tales of Symphonia Gamecube title and, since then, has personally continued to stand […]

The Swapper (PlayStation) Review

by Sai Mealingon 30/07/2014
In a time when virtually anybody with the right skills and enough perseverance can make a game, indie platformers aren’t exactly in short supply. Each month, it seems as though Steam, PSN and the iOS App Store are rife with a multitude of different takes on what is possibly gaming’s most iconic genre. Finding a […]

MouseCraft Review

by Sai Mealingon 08/07/2014
For a puzzle game to be successful these days it needs to either be extremely simple and addictive or mind-bendingly original. Sadly MouseCraft fails at being either.

E3 2014: PlayStation Press Conference

by Sai Mealingon 10/06/2014
    Arriving at the end of Day Zero, the Sony press conference has been traditionally seen as the pinnacle one of E3 for the last few years. Although Nintendo’s presentation usually follows on the next day, Sony mark the end of the business day on which most of the major publishers play their best cards. […]

Welcome to E3 2014: Watch it live here

by Sai Mealingon 09/06/2014
At last one of the biggest weeks in the geek calendar has finally come around again. The world’s gaming press and major developers and publishers have all descended on the Los Angeles Convention Center again to deliver four days of enticing footage and non-stop marketing spiel. E3 Day Zero is like Christmas Day in the […]

Titan Attacks! Review

by Sai Mealingon 06/05/2014
The indie market really seems to have taken off with the adoption of downloadable distribution in the last generation. Without this quick and relatively cheap way to deliver to the consoles masses, it’s unlikely that many of the most cherished games of the last few years would exist and the gap between consoles and PC’s seems to […]

Toukiden: The Age of Demons Review

by Nick Hancheton 05/05/2014
Toukiden: The Age of Demons is an odd beast. It not only borrows elements from the Monster Hunter franchise, but instead copies them like for like, under the disillusioned hope that it can differentiate itself enough from it’s source material. In doing so, however, it somehow manages to make itself less appealing than it’s primary […]

Tearaway Review

by Nick Hancheton 13/03/2014
Tearaway is a complete delight to not only play, but experience. It’s a beautiful achievement, providing new experiences up until the very end, inviting you to accompany and help Iota (or Atoi if you choose the female character), as you help him reach the ‘You’ (the player) to deliver a message. The beautiful living, breathing […]

The Lego Movie Videogame

by James Buckinghamon 08/03/2014
“Everything is awesome. Everything is cool when you’re part of a team…” Prepare to bounce uncontrollably as you play The Lego Movie Videogame, and prepare to listen to Tegan and Sara’s “Everything is awesome” a whole lot. I’ve played all of the Lego games, bar Lego City Undercover… and that’s only because it’s a Wii U […]