October is almost here, and the releases are sweet!
I’m not sure where to start. Red Colony 2 is a kind of game that I’ve never really experienced before, and I can’t make my mind up on whether I enjoyed it or not…
The first thing you’ll likely notice about The Falconeer is that it is extremely nice to look at. Soaring over horizons and through clouds while sunlight plays on the surface of the water or cutting through a storm cloud under an ominous moon, you always feel like you’re flying through a decadent oil painting.
Sometimes we indulge in quite poignant conversations on this podcast, picking apart our own insecurities and pondering life’s big questions. Sometimes we search for deeper meaning in our gaming experiences and meditate on how the […]
Laurie slides into Dan’s ample shoes (genitals first) and joins Lewis, Ben and Mark to discuss what they’ve been playing, news and much more besides. All links can be found over at Anchor.fm, just click […]
I’ll level with you – this episode was recorded a few weeks ago and I can barely remember what it was about. I know it had Lewis, Dan, Ben and Mark on it. There’s talk […]
Honestly, as if the kids don’t get it bad enough, please don’t fudge this up at Christmas!
Like Morpheus’s first phone call with Neo in The Matrix, the voice promises to keep you safe if you follow their instructions. “Take a deep breath and step out of the bathysphere. I won’t leave you twisting in the wind.”
a throwback to the early days of JRPGs where engaging story and character development ruled supreme
For a release in 1999, it was a good fifteen years ahead of its time, and with a more cultured and patient audience, I’m sure it’ll resonate once more. For a low-cost gamble, It’ll potentially steal your heart, a small amount of SD card space, and a significant amount of free time.