Due to the fact Marvel Heroes: Omega is a lot of fun to play, it’s free and anyone can try it (check out Joel’s review), we couldn’t resist trying to stream it on Mixer! So Ben, Marc and Joel embark on a journey of technical problems and a great deal of violence as… BXB Tries: Streaming – Marvel Heroes Omega!
Developer Good Catch, based in London, describes Black and White Bushido as a ‘2D arena brawler that pits the forces of light and shadow against each other’ which sums the game up rather well. This is a game where 2 opposing sides tactically battle to win short matches making use of skills and the environment to gain the upper hand over their opponents.
It’s a frantic battle, with the game stressing under the sheer amount of attacks being exchanged. In amongst the mess Bullseye, one of the games many antagonists, gives as good as he takes despite the fact his health bar is plunging faster than the value of sterling. The lunacy only increases, as more and more players join the fray and soon it’s almost impossible to see where the enemies let alone where you are.
“Death is no escape down here”, the closing statement of the narrator as the tutorial comes to an end. This statement is probably true for most games, where death is really never more that an inconvenient setback rather than anything finite. Crawl however does things a bit differently, where death simply switches you from team living to team dead.
More than most, Outlast 2 understands that the best horror games operate as a disempowerment fantasy.
Hello everybody and welcome to the seventh 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!
You play Scarlett Everitt, an apprentice alchemist who has just finished 5 years at university and is returning home only to find that things have changed considerably in her absence. Keen to start working under the local master alchemist, you instead suffer an encounter with a mysterious stranger which triggers flashbacks to memories of your missing parents, and this is where the game starts. If it all sounds a little familiar, well that’s because it very much is.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Butcher was provided to us by Xbox via a digital code for Xbox One.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Human Fall Flat was provided to us by Xbox via a digital code for Xbox One.
Hello everybody and welcome to the twenty seventh episode of BXB’s Bits and Bobs! A bi-weekly podcast where we talk about whatever we damn well please! In this weeks show we look back at E3 and maybe even fit in some talk about the games we have played in the last month!