We recently visited EGX, back in late September, while there we had a chat with Coatsink games. You can listen to the interview as well as a whole load more in part 1 of our EGX 2016 special here. That day they had two games
Intel DN2820FYKH Barebone Desktop (Celeron N2820 2.39GHz, HD Graphics, WLAN, Bluetooth 4.0) (£115.99) This is a recent purchase but I have to include this as a highly recommended product. This is a barebones media PC which fluctuates a sale price of £79.99 when not fully
The long-awaited next instalment of the Metal Gear franchise is finally here, and it is something Hideo Kojima and Konami have made sure will not disappoint. Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain continues the story of Big Boss, who after waking up from a
Arcade flight simulators are tricky things to get right, but that hasn’t stopped developer GamesFarm and publisher bitComposer from taking another run at the genre. Following “Secret Wars” and “Pacific Carriers – their spin-offs to 2006’s “Air Conflicts” – comes the PS4 re-release of their
The evil Mesmer is seeking the legendary Concrete Donkey’s Stone Carrot to enslave the world, and the worms are tasked with retrieving the only thing capable of stopping his nefarious plan – the Golden Child. No, not the awful Eddie Murphy movie. The decidedly twisty
The plot thickens with more twists and turns, and players are taken on a journey of discovery as things are taken up a notch. After a gripping adventure with an excellent storyline, unique visuals, a scintillating ending (and a slight delay on the release of
A man shot dead, a painting stolen, a hidden conspiracy, a crazy priest and an ancient evil? Sounds like it’s time for another instalment in the Broken Sword franchise, and with it Revolution are returning to the classic point-and-click adventures of the first two games.