The best Keymailer game ever?
Slain: Back From Hell is pitching itself as a tribute to video gaming from the early 90’s. If you were around and old enough back then you’ll remember that back in this era for each genre defining title there were a lot of soulless, cash-in clones that were neither good or memorable. So the challenge to a developer is to really make sure that what they deliver captures the elements of the former, rather than creating another of the later.
Kids today have it too easy. Nowadays you can jab randomly at Spotify for ten minutes and create a playlist of a hundred songs by Justin Timberland or whoever. Back in my day you needed a lot of patience, a radio and a cassette recorder to make a mixtape which I unfortunately concocted in about 1990 and which featured:
Hail to the king or relegated to the bin? The unappealingly named King Oddball makes way onto home consoles from mobile devices. If you have ever played a popular mobile game where you throw birds across the screen using a slingshot, you are in for a familiar ride. Here’s a 2D physics puzzler, with the aim to wipe enemies out with one simple attack using timing and planned chain reactions. Clearly inspired by perhaps one of the most dominating mobile games of our time – Angry Birds – this is intended as a pick…
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my video reviews! Watch_Dogs 2 was reviewed with a download code of the Xbox One edition provided by Xbox.
This classic arcade tank game is the perfect starting point for VR.
Hello everybody and welcome to the fourteenth episode of BXB’s Bits and Bobs. A new(ish) bi-weekly podcast where we talk about whatever we damn well please! This weeks show delves deeply into the PSVR and the last couple of week’s news and big releases!
However good the destination, a journey can often make you sick.
As a long standing fan of the Dragon Ball Z series, a new game release for the franchise inevitably ends in disappointment. The series has always had potential, and in the right hands should more than deliver a great game yet more often than not this potential is not realised.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my video reviews! Dishonored 2 was reviewed with a download code of the Xbox One edition provided by Xbox.