When it comes to skills based games I have to confess that I am no where near as good as I used to be. There was a time long ago where my much younger self used to effortlessly pick apart these sorts of games but these days the challenge mostly serves to remind me how much of me has been taken by age. Continue reading “Furi (Xbox One)”
“An Overly Liberal Utopia” – The Daily Mail Continue reading “Beholder (PC, Video)”
Totes Adorbs, as they say, which they probably don’t any more, oh god I’m so old… Continue reading “Little Acre (PC, Xbox One, Video)”
Seriously though? The Archive of Awesome? Continue reading “The Book of Demons (PC, Early Look, Video)”
Hello everybody and welcome to the fifteenth 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 is the last of 2016 and it’s a week later than usual. Due to that we have loads of news to catch up on and even some new game talk!
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my video reviews!
Dead Rising 4 was reviewed with a download code of the Xbox One edition provided by Xbox.
When reviewing a game, I personally think that it’s very important to try and complete the game before putting pen to paper. Now this doesn’t always work out, as some games are just a little too hard for me to see all the way through or so unbelievably rubbish that you know beyond a certain point there isn’t going to be anything to change your mind. So it was a typical Sunday evening with my Wife sat at the table getting her preparation done for the upcoming work week and myself sat in front of the TV loading the game for the first time wondering what kind of experience The Bug Butcher was going to be. Continue reading “The Bug Butcher (Xbox One)”
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews!
The Dwarves was reviewed with a download code of the Xbox One edition provided by Dead Good Media (PR).
The best Keymailer game ever? Continue reading “Kickass Commandos (PC, Video)”
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. Continue reading “Slain: Back From Hell (Xbox One)”