Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Planetbase was provided to us by Xbox via a digital code for Xbox One.
I expect that most people are at least familiar with the Marvel universe and the vast amount of characters, stories, history, etc, that it has built up over the years. Marvel Heroes Omega sees one of the largest gathering of material from that vast back catalogue come together in a single video game which allows you to play as your favourite comic book hero and party up with your friends for some good old fashion good vs evil action.
As a Destiny player since the Beta I often find myself asking why, after three years of playing the same game, am I still addicted and having as much fun as I did when the game released back in late 2014. It certainly wasn’t the poorly executed story which seemed to start well, but quickly petered out into a mess before ending with more questions than we started with. So what is it that has me coming back for more
Hey guys, something a little different this time as I review Day of Infamy now on PC in full release. I took a look at the game last August in Early Access and you can check out those early impressions bellow the main review to see just how far the game has come! Day of Infamy was covered via a download code of the PC edition, provided by Evolve (PR).
RWBY, pronounced ‘Ruby’, actually stands for Ruby, Weiss, Blake and Yang which represent the games 4 main playable characters. If like myself you’ve never heard of RWBY before, it’s an American anime series that started back in 2013.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Bohemian Killing was reviewed with a download code of the PC edition, provided by the developer.
Hello everybody and welcome to the twenty fourth episode of BXB’s Bits and Bobs! A bi-weekly podcast where we talk about whatever we damn well please! This weeks show is a little short on manpower with only two of us able to make it! But don’t worry we still have game stuff to talk about.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Aaero was provided to us by Xbox via a digital code for Xbox One.
Independent videogame is revealed when Fir myths are moved around.
It’s V for Viking in this VR experience. Always a sucker for a good story, it was no less concerning to read that FATED: The Silent Oath, “focuses on emotion over gameplay”. Virtual reality or not, to see Frima throw the interactivity of their new Viking experience onto the pyre doesn’t seem altogether the most sensible thing.