Back in June I reviewed a game called IonBall 2: Ionstorm, a block breaking game that required such focus and dexterity that it wasn't too long before my eyes were spinning around in the same way that a cartoon character's does after being hilariously and catastrophically injured.
The resemblance is striking…
That's not to . . . → Read More: IonBall 2: Ionstorm Tower Assault DLC Arrives With A FWOOOMMM!
Playing Ionstorm was a bittersweet experience for me; it felt like meeting a long lost childhood friend and being dazzled at how much they'd grown. When I read about the game's description it seemed to be a spiritual to those old 8-bit classics I played so much when I was growing up: Missile . . . → Read More: Ionball 2: Ionstorm Review (Steam Version)
You know how it goes. You're taking a well deserved rest from your knightly duties, playing on your DiversionLad, when suddenly a summons comes from your king, er, summoning you to the aid of the kingdom!
. Knightgame.( sorry! Ed. – BEWARE OF BAD PUNS..)
Oh no! It seems . . . → Read More: Knightmare Tower Review (Steam Version)
I had a lot of expectations for Watch Dogs as I viewed in my head as my first serious Xbox One game. Oh, sure, I'd gone around with Titanfall for a while, but that was more something along the lines of a summer romance which I traded back in the moment that the time I . . . → Read More: Watch Dogs For Xbox One Review
There was a crooked man, who walked a crooked mile…
So goes the start of the Crooked Man children's rhyme and, in trying to follow the subject of that poem, Bigby Wolf has been forced to walk an equally crooked path as he continues his investigation into all the goings on that have recently been . . . → Read More: The Wolf Among Us Episode 4: In Sheep’s Clothing review.
Not Child's Play…
Telltale has done a lot to not just revive but revitalize the adventure game genre; indeed you could say that Telltale has done a lot to bring it back from the dead, but considering the subject of this review that would be a truly awful pun. One of the showpieces of Telltale's . . . → Read More: The Walking Dead: In Harm’s Way review