The video games market is expensive and over-saturated, but collector’s editions, special editions and the ubiquitous “game of the year” editions have generally held a special place in the hearts and wallets of gamers. The question is, are they really worth all of that extra
Fire Emblem has long been a fantasy RPG bastion for Nintendo, but how does the franchise fare when Omega Force and Team Ninja get their hands on it and apply a little of their “Musou Magic”? On order to find out Mark and Rob take
This week we hit the wall with gaming exhaustion at it’s most incomprehensible before finding our happy place. We start by getting elbow deep in the strange puzzle combination of Puyo Puyo Tetris, the cute-yet-gothic puzzle-platformer A Rose in the Twilight, and indie roguelike action-platform
This week we have the most sedate game of musical chairs there ever was. We also discuss the music of Guardians of the Galaxy, how movies and videogames are playing follow the leader with their soundtracks, and anime music. Reviews: Arslan: The Warriors of Legend
The two Rob’s tackle the latest releases from the world of video games including Senran Kagura: Estival Versus (PS4), the Mega Man Legacy Collection (3DS), Hitman (PS4) and Project X Zone 2 (3DS). We also discover the difference between being a prude and going to
This week we decided to return to the hallowed ground that is guilty pleasures, so prepare for some dirty laundry that hasn’t seen light of day without needing Doctor Who levels of distraction to escape. Along the way we also discover that kid’s horror is
We learned a lot from the first pilot of our new video games show, but there are still things we want to try so here’s the second of our pilot episodes. We’d love to hear what you think about this episode so please let us
THIS COMPETITION HAS CLOSED! So, one competition over. On to the next one, which this time is for Shovel Knight. We have two brand-new copies of the game (one for the Nintendo 3DS and one for the Playstation 4), and since there’s two prizes, this
Should players be rewarded for higher skill levels, or should everyone play at or around the same level? Join us as we investigate the skill gap between seasoned and new players, and why so many games try to level the playing field in various ways.
On this infectious episode we explore the world of outbreaks, pandemics and the dreaded “man-flu”. Join us as we find out why games are more about survival than finding a cure, how diseases are used in comics, and what actually counts as an outbreak movie.