Hello guys and welcome to the first re-cap post for all the relevant announcements that have just happened at E3 2017. In many ways this year’s show was stronger than last year’s. Though its reliance on the streaming community and eSports gaming was an odd choice, but I am kinda old after all.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! The Town of Light was provided to us by Premier (PR) via a digital code for Xbox One.
Hello everybody and welcome to the third episode of BXB’s Bonus Babble! This is a special edition of our semi regular podcast. This time Ben is joined by Joel his E3 co-pilot! This is the first in a series of special E3 episodes that are going to be coming out almost daily.
3D platformers have recently undergone somewhat of a revival since their peak in the late 90s. Skylar & Plux: Adventure on Clover Island is another game to slot into that category and quote, is a “Passionate homage to the 3D platformers of our youth”. The game has been jointly developed by Right Nice, a recently founded studio based in Stockholm who have been responsible for the PC port, and Grip Digital, a studio of experienced industry hands based in Prague responsible for the Xbox One and PS4 ports.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Make sure you read up about the fascinating and enduringly creepy Dyatlov Pass incident that heavily inspired Kholat. You can also check out my review of the PS4 version here. Kholat was reviewed with a download code of the Xbox One edition, provided by PR.
Hello everybody and welcome to the second episode of BXB’s Bonus Babble! This is a semi regular solo podcast in which Ben talks about the latest gaming news and games he has been playing in the week Bits and Bobs is not airing!
In more than name, this 3D puzzle adventure engenders an imperfect yet sublime poetry.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Tokyo 42 was provided to us by Xbox via a digital code for Xbox One.
For some of you older gamers, the name Wonder Boy might well sound somewhat familiar. You’ll need to cast you mind back quite some way however, all the way back to the 8 bit era of the late 1980s. Wonder Boy: The Dragons Trap is a remake of Wonder Boy 3 which was originally released on the Sega Master System back 1989. Developer Lizardcube initially announced the remake back in June 2016 and just under a year later the final product is now ready for a glance through those rose tinted glasses.
Historically Nintendo’s hugely successful Zelda franchise has gone relatively unchallenged when it comes to similarly styled games. The phenomenally successful Zelda: Breath of the Wild, which almost single handily drove sales of the Nintendo Switch to the fastest selling Nintendo console to date, could pave the way for a lorry load of imitations, which leads me to World To The West, the latest game from developers Rain Games.