Unsheathing his silver sword once more, Geralt of Rivia, Butcher of Blavikin and White Wolf, sets upon a new journey in The Witcher 3 that introduces political fallout, magical sorcery and unseemly creatures to ensure the legacy of one of gaming’s most beloved franchises. With a beautifully woven central narrative, Witcher Geralt becomes an even…
E3 2017 has come and gone to the winds once more in which time many have criticised some of the goofs and gaffes.
Jonny explains why these are part of the charm of the gaming extravaganza and why it’s important not to understate passion in a world that is becoming more and more serious.
The Banner Saga is a stunning hand-drawn adventure that seeks to pit man against man, giant against giant, in this frozen sunless world driven to devastation by a forgotten threat.
With the evolution of videogaming comes the evolution of story-telling and Eidos Montreal and Feral Interactive have pushed the boundaries further than almost all other games. This is technology warning you about technological evolution and it is just supreme.
South Park: The Stick of Truth is a highly enjoyable game that manages to really encapsulate all that should be from a television to videogame adaptation. Cartman is on fine form, Chinpokomon are required catching and Randy Marsh’s cavities are privy to various sharp objects. Between Matt Stone, Trey Parker and the people ast Ubisoft we’ve been given a highly enjoyable videogame that will bewitch fans of the series whilst entertaining those who haven’t watched it before.
Companies in any field regularly pay for advertisements. It’s a given at this point that in order to optimally promote a product, you need an external source to use as recommendation, preferably one that has a large following that will guarantee decent sales. Yet, surely Techland paying a prominent Youtuber and then using his glowing review as a means to dictate further sales is anything but ethical.
Dragon Age: Inquisition continues the trend of solid fantasy RPGs from Bioware. However, there’s a lingering sense of vacuity lurking in this latest instalment that doesn’t feel promising.