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.
Video games as an entertainment medium have a unique ability to put a person at the centre of an experience in a way that no other medium can. All manner of subject matters and topics can be explored in unique and engaging fashions that simply won’t have the same impact if they were delivered any other way. There is an art to it though, and achieving it requires an intricate understanding of how to let a player discover and experience a story rather than just tell it, and this certainly seems…
Independent videogame is revealed when Fir myths are moved around.
Ever wondered what the world would look like after an alien invasion resembling a spheroid? Well wonder no more.
For those of you that listen to the Podcast, you might be aware that I’m a bit of a board game fan. As such, I was looking forward to giving Warhammer Quest a whirl to see how well the game would transfer from one medium to another. For those new to the game, Warhammer Quest is a game that sees you manage a party of 4 heroes as they quest through various dungeons in search of loot.
Full Spectrum Warrior.
Ever dreamed of having a career as an architect and stuntman at the same time?