Or it’s less catchy title, “How the hell did you get to 34, finish a degree in Games Computing and never go to a gaming convention when you’ve been to so many anime ones?”. I’ve attended plenty of MCM/ComicCon events … Continue reading Popping the EGX cherry! – 2018
Were not far off two releases for Taiko no Tatsujin and so it’s time for a big song, dance and drum! This will be the first time the series has made its way to Europe since the heavily edited PS2 … Continue reading Taiko no Tatsujin – How to drum up excitement!
Yes you read that right, Mega Drive. The SEGA video game console from the 90s has a new game for it. Just the fact that such a thing can exist is amazing and should be applauded for the sheer technical … Continue reading Tanglewood – PC & Mega Drive
Who doesn’t love a good film? I was chatting about classic films that everyone should have seen at least once and we got to talking about Anime films and it was quite shocking how many they hadn’t seen. With that … Continue reading Anime films that are a must-see
Wooonderboooooy, what is the secret of your power? Apparently it’s getting transformed by a magical ball of blue flame! We all know this has been out for a while (since April 2017) on PC/PS4/Switch/Xbox1/Linux/Mac but it’s only just recently had a physical release (13th Feb 2018). With all that said. Is now the time to dive in? If you’ve ever played a Nes/MasterSystem action platformer in your life you’ll know exactly what to expect from Wonder Boy. A high level of difficulty even on the lowest setting, amazingly quirky ideas, some obtuse gameplay and a metroidvania aspect of powering up … Continue reading Wonder Boy: The Dragon’s Trap – PS4
Who doesn’t love pets? At one time or another I’ve had dogs, a cat, fish, hamsters and now our house has two lovely rabbits (or little buggers depending on what kind of mood they’re in). It’s another ‘national’ day that only seems to exist to promote something cheesy but hey why not go with the flow and celebrate having pets! What better way to do that then to look at some of the best pets in video games? Dogmeat – Fallout (all of them) Dogmeat is such a charming dog in all the Fallout games. If he’s not an important … Continue reading Games to play on National Pet Day
Who’d have thought it? HouseHouse kindly sent me an early build of Untitled Goose Game (which by the way looks amazing) and would you believe it? It came with a complete cross over game with PUBG! It turns out annoying the gardener was simply a tutorial for the main game, a ruthless 100 player arena survival game for the most badass goose. Obviously the geese can’t hold guns so to attack other goose the player must press a number of buttons in quick succession to honk the loudest. This startles the opponent and sends them flying out of the arena. The … Continue reading PUBG Edition (Player Unknown Battleground Goose Edition)
Disclaimer – A review for Metal Gear Survive is in the works but it’s such hard going when you previously enjoyed Metal Gear Solid titles that I thought I’d pop a few thoughts out there for you to read. If your curious why I’m taking this stance check out my Beta experience opinion. Warioware Quick thinking, fast reactions and able to analyse and react to any situation, that’s what you need in Metal Gear but it’s also the same for WarioWare. There’s a new Wario Ware game in the works! We’re all hopeful it’s better than Mario Party: The Top … Continue reading Games to play instead of reviewing Metal Gear Survive
The Attack on Titan anime is amazing, I think we can all agree that’s the case. It continued to win awards years after the first season released and the second season (although technically more like the 4th) has proven that the series has legs to carry its shambling disfigured strange manga through into the limelight enough to make 2 live action movies and even an anime film covering the events of the season. There have been a few licensed AOT games and they very in quality from the absolute trash 3Ds Attack on Titan: Humanity in Chains to the phenomenal … Continue reading Games that would be improved by adding Attack on Titan
It’s that time of year again! Time to dig out old consoles, classic previous games and hope to find those little gems that you just didn’t originally get around to. With the Vita still selling for around £80-90 second hand and the PlayStationTv for £50 (which can play most Vita titles) it’s still a great time to get into the system! I’m sure you’ll spot a few titles missing from this list but these are just ones I can personally wholeheartedly recommend from experience. Yes I also know the originally exclusive Gravity Rush is missing but I’d recommend you play the … Continue reading A list of PSVita games still worth playing because yes it’s that time of year.