Category Archives: Video Games

Batman: A Telltale Series

After discovering how to set categories in my Steam library I spent one particularly neurotic Sunday afternoon shuffling games about like I was trying to organise a bookshelf. When I was finally done I noticed that one of my settled upon categories, Adventure Games (Modern),

The Geek Show - A Conversation About Final Fantasy XV

A Conversation About Final Fantasy XV

Rob and Rob sit down to discuss Square Enix’s newest addition to the Final Fantasy franchise from its early days as part of Fabula Nova Crystallis to the current game. So was it worth the wait of almost a decade? Let us know what you

The Geek Show - Battlefield 1 Review

Battlefield 1 (Review)

From the latest episode in our sporadic video games podcast – Press X and Say it With Passion! – comes our review of EA’s Battlefield 1 on the PS4. In a break from all that is futuristic and modern, EA returns to the halcyon days

The Geek Show - World of Final Fantasy Review

World of Final Fantasy (Review)

The whole world is looking at the new final fantasy (XV), but there was another one released recently too, the charming and sweet World of Final Fantasy. You play as brother and sister, Lann and Reynn, as they travel the world, meet classic characters and

The Geek Show - Aragami Review

Aragami (Review)

Ninjas are back and with force, let’s just pretend that noisy fool in an orange jumpsuit doesn’t exist for 10 minutes – okay? Aragami is the work of Barcelona-based studio LinceWorks, you play the titular Ninja Spirit as you try to save the day through

Shu (Review)

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

The Geek Show - Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom (Review)

Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom (Review)

Fight to the Death Against Massive Titans! Return to the world created by Hajime Isayama and relive key moments from Attack on Titan. Don your omni-directional mobility gear and take the fight to the titans in open-world 3D combat. Experience the dramatic story of humans

Doris and the Dragon (Review)

The mobile game used to something of a dirty word in years past, more synonymous with the colourful distractions of match four games and angry birds and its sea of derivatives than anything in key with the concerns of the industry at large. But such

PES 2017 (Review)

Sequel to both 2015 and 2016, Konami return to the hallowed turf. Only kidding. It’s that time of the year again, its football season with PES 2017 being the first to the starting line. Watch the video review above to find out what we think

I am Setsuna (Review)

Inspired by the timeless classic Chrono Trigger, I am Setsuna is a great homage to the JRPG masterpieces of yesteryear. Journey with Setsuna as she prepares to make the ultimate sacrifice and save the people of her land. Watch our review of I am Setsuna,