Xbox fans are incredibly angry that Quantum Break is coming to PC
Feb12

Xbox fans are incredibly angry that Quantum Break is coming to PC

Xbox fans are angry over Quantum Break coming to PC, and have lashed out against Phil Spencer. Although it’s difficult to see their points of reason.

Firewatch Review – Thriller in the Woods
Feb08

Firewatch Review – Thriller in the Woods

Firewatch offers a compelling experince with some of the best written dialogue you’re likely to find, making the brief stay in Wyoming an essential one.

The Division can live on Dark Zones alone, even if the rest seems a little uneven
Jan29

The Division can live on Dark Zones alone, even if the rest seems a little uneven

The Division Beta opens its doors to Ubisoft’s latest IP, and it’s the game’s most risky elements that are the most engrossing to interact with.

Asus ROG Swift PG27A Review – Screen Dream
Jan28

Asus ROG Swift PG27A Review – Screen Dream

The ROG labelling does it justice this time – Asus’ PG27A monitor is a sublime 4K choice for the long term PC gamer out there.

That Dragon, Cancer is the hardest game I’m glad to have ever played
Jan19

That Dragon, Cancer is the hardest game I’m glad to have ever played

That Dragon, Cancer isn’t a video game. Or, at least, it isn’t what you’ve been programmed to think a video game is.

Firewatch mixes modern thrillers with meaningful personal experiences
Jan13

Firewatch mixes modern thrillers with meaningful personal experiences

We chat to Sean Vanaman, designer and writer at Campo Santo for Firewatch, about some of the many influences the adventure thriller is drawing on to create such a tense atmosphere.

Open-worlds don’t always mean better games, as Rise of the Tomb Raider proves
Nov10

Open-worlds don’t always mean better games, as Rise of the Tomb Raider proves

There’s an incredibly strong push for games to adopt open-world appraoches to their experinces, but this often doesn’t mean that the game will immedaitely be better. Rise of the Tomb Raider acts as a perfect lesson about pacing versus freedom.

This virtual reality game about 9/11 shouldn’t be controversial
Oct30

This virtual reality game about 9/11 shouldn’t be controversial

[08:46] is a new virtual reality narrative experince that puts you in the shoes of a worker in the World Trade Center on the day of the 9/11 attacks. It’s a little controversial

Total War Arena Closed Beta preview – Free to Slay
Oct29

Total War Arena Closed Beta preview – Free to Slay

Total War Arena is not some dumbed down battle mode or a quick cash grab. This is a well thought out multiplayer experience that brings the best parts of Total War together and makes them better. The result? Total War.

Halo 5: Guardians Review–Check yourself before you REQ yourself
Oct26

Halo 5: Guardians Review–Check yourself before you REQ yourself

Halo 5: Guardians sadly establishes itself as one of the worst tales in the series yet, but its stellar gameplay systems and bombastic multipler elevate the game as a whole on many fronts.

What the first three missions of Halo 5: Guardians say about the rest of the game
Oct19

What the first three missions of Halo 5: Guardians say about the rest of the game

Just how well do the opening missions of Halo 5: Guardians set the stage for the rest of the campaign. We’ve played it, and we’re keeping it all spoiler friendly.

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection Review–Don’t think, just shoot
Oct12

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection Review–Don’t think, just shoot

There has never been a better time to catch up with Nate and the gang before their concluding tale next year, even if this remastered collection does make some of the series’ issue more glaring.