It’s that time of year again where we quietly post everyone’s nominations for Game of the Year.
After two years Rey and Fin are back for more action in Star Wars Episode VIII – The Last Jedi. And after 35 years Luke is also back to finally finish Jedi School and make Uncle Ben no longer ashamed of his drop-out nephew.
The biggest games publisher in the world TenCent just eyed up PlayerUnkown’s Battlegrounds studio Bluehole. And once more we must cover who the hell TenCent are.
Bethesda just announced that a Game of the Year Edition of Fallout4 will be out September 26th. It’s led most of us to ask the question “who the hell gave this game Game of the Year?”
Can you imagine fifty Nes games? That’s like 2.5mb of data! But five indie developers are making it happen. And they are bundling them all together in one package called UFO 50.
If you aren’t familiar with Brutal Doom now is the time to take notice. After a year in development the impending Brutal Doom v21 release is shaping up to be the biggest yet.
The arrival of the Nintendo Switch means that thousands of Wii U’s are slowly being boxed up and placed on the top shelves of wardrobes across the land. Before they go though I wanted to share one of the greatest examples of technological symbiotic relationship; popping a Wii U on top of an Xbox One.
What possible better setup can you have than Wallace and Gromit meets Bioshock? Well new adventure game Harold Halibut has raised a few eyebrows attempting just that in it’s new teaser. But can the stylish design carry our hero Harold to his €150,000 kickstarter goal?
I just watched a storm-trooper gun-down an army of rebellions. Bullets whizzed past in 4k HD sound so crisp I gasped. And over my head explosions screamed and seared with the intensity of a thousand suns. I then feel a whisper in my ear. A whisper that “this is only an alpha build”.
The Last Night went up against triple-A titles in Microsoft’s E3 presentation this week. It not only managed to hold it’s own, but it managed to blow most other titles out of the water.