RiME – PS4 │ Review

RiME – PS4 │ Review

RiME has been on quite a journey since its announcement way back in 2013. Plagued by development issues, Tequila Works have nevertheless released a beautiful - if somewhat flawed - game which encompasses stunning scenery, uplifting music and a story that rivals its predecessors Journey and ABZU in both scope…read more >
Joining the Hunt │Why I Love Bloodborne

Joining the Hunt │Why I Love Bloodborne

Bloodborne’s dark story unfolds in the gothic city of Yharnam. You control a hunter from foreign lands who’s travelled to Yharnam to unravel the secrets of the Scourge and the Hunt. After an unexplained (and gloriously unnerving) cutscene, you’re left on your own, the only way forward to clear the…read more >
BAFTA Game Awards Recap | 2017

BAFTA Game Awards Recap | 2017

Last night BAFTA hosted their 13th annual Games Awards in a glitzy ceremony at the Tobacco Dock, London. Despite all of the big name games released during the last year, it was the smaller, indie games companies that stole the show, with the notable exception of Uncharted 4 picking up…read more >
Why I Love Journey

Why I Love Journey

When thatgamecompany released Journey way back in 2012 it completely passed me by. In fact, it wasn’t until late 2015 that I even gave it a chance. That was a huge error on my part and now I’m going to explain why. Journey is an explicitly straightforward game. You control…read more >
INSIDE – PS4 | Review

INSIDE – PS4 | Review

The first thing that strikes you about 2D puzzle platformer INSIDE is its visuals. The eerie dystopian environment and muted colour pallet is unsettling, and immediately haunting. Utilising minimalist white, grey and black tones, INSIDE somehow manages to be both melancholic and powerfully alluring – it’s impossible to look away.…read more >