Let’s get this out of the way right now – Nintendo have done well to condense the Animal Crossing format onto mobile devices. Pocket Camp is a well-realised (but slightly shallow) Animal Crossing adventure.
As part of MineCon Earth this week, fans have been able to vote on a new mob in the game… and the results are in!
Bungie are dropping all the details about the upcoming DLC – Curse of Osiris – and you can find out all about it below.
For those gamers who spent their youth seeking cures for Bloaty Head and Invisibility, the time has come to re-open your medical practice.
With many annoyances, some thinly-spread humour not doing enough to redeem the experience, and a heavy focus on grinding through samey missions and PvP battles, Phone Destroyer fails to impress on almost every front.
Players have one week to try the game and so long as over 100,000 players download the game, it will get released (otherwise it is “R.I.P.”).
The upcoming port of LA Noire on the Switch is too big to fit on the console, requiring an SD card for the installation.
The second RPG adventure in South Park The Fractured But Whole, takes the action from the Game of Thrones medieval stylings of The Stick of Truth to full-on superhero franchise wars with favourites such as The Coon, Mysterion and Human Kite.
This week sees the release of the newest entry in the Assassin’s Creed franchise, Assassin’s Creed: Origins, and brings me to another tricky purchasing decision – do I buy the new Ass Cree game?
The game which cancelled its own Kickstarter has found another way into the market today, coming out on Steam as an early Access title.