Well E3 has come and gone so now here are my top 10 E3 games 2017!
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”.
Years of patient waiting for the next King of Iron Fist Tournament are over, but were they worth it? Find out in my Tekken 7 review.
With E3 fast approaching we all look forward to those brand new titles. Yeah sequels are nice but nothing compares to the thrill of an original idea. Here are the top selling new IP’s each year since 2012.
How often do you face preordering? How does it make you feel?
Umbrella Corps is the much maligned online shooter from Capcom released for PS4 and PC back in 2016. I bought the Deluxe version in May 2017 for less than a fiver as a Resident Evil fan, I thought if I get a hour of fun out of it it was probably worth a fiver.
Let’s take a trip back in time, back before 16bit, before 8bit… When text based games were all the rage. If you’re interested but don’t know where to start with this huge back catalogue, or if you have no idea what I’m talking about; keep on reading.
Bullfrog’s Theme Hospital turns 20 this year. Yet despite being two decades old, the game feels more relevant than ever.
Graphics can be a huge part of a video game, so when I come across a game with aesthetically pleasing graphics it makes me enjoy the game even more.
A month or two ago my WRUP on the podcast was Atlus’ niche puzzle game, Catherine. This is part review, part news article because lately some people have taken this title to the next level: Catherine E-sport.