Left 4 Dead was an amazing game when it was released. Developed by Valve South and released on Steam, the game would go on to win numerous awards and critical praise for its depiction of a zombie apocalypse with four survivors fighting to reach a safe haven. The game was incredible. Mixing a first-person shooter […]Read More What I Want to see from Left 4 Dead 3
The digital revolution in gaming has given rise to many new aspects when it comes to purchases – micro transactions, DLC, bug fixes, you name it, any game can now be altered thanks to additional code and assets being delivered via the internet. However, there’s one aspect of this world that wouldn’t be able to […]Read More Episodic Gaming and is it the Devil’s Work?
Batman is a character that has been with us for nearly eighty years. He has appeared in every format of media possible, from comic books, to novels, to TV series, to video games and movies, he is one of pop culture’s most enduring creations. Versatile doesn’t even begin to describe the vast array of stories […]Read More Telltale’s Batman is One of the Modern Great Batman Stories
The Nintendo Switch, once known as the NX during the prototype stage, has been announced as having surpassed the 3DS and the Wii U in terms of sales for its initial opening quarter. In fact the hybrid console is so popular Nintendo are struggling to keep stores in stock – surely a good sign for […]Read More The First Quarter for the Nintendo Switch
Yesterday saw the early Access launch of Destiny 2, the new title from Bungie (makers of the original Halo trilogy) and sequel to 2014’s FPS/Diet MMO – Destiny. Whilst a sequel has been hotly anticipated by the diehard fans who embraced the original game and its installment DLC with open arms, a lot of people have […]Read More Destiny 2: An Impression
Before Kratos stalked Hellenistic Greece in the God of War franchise there was a little game called The Battle of Olympus. Developed by Infinity Games, it was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System in 1988 (Japan), before making its way to the United States in 1989 and Europe in 1991. The game was a side-scroller, many […]Read More Back in Time to: The Battle of Olympus
Nintendo once proclaimed themselves as the ‘World’s Number One Games System’. It was no empty boast. Unparalleled sales success in the 80s meant there was little competition. If you were a gamer in the eighties, it’s likely you played Nintendo. So it makes perfect sense that a lot of nostalgia comes from Nintendo games. And […]Read More The Virtual Console and why Nintendo may be Holding it Back