Game Review: Deadly Premonition

So I played this game several years ago back when it was first released on the Xbox 360, and so when The Director’s Cut was released on Steam, and was on sale no less I decided to snap it up, unfortunately I initially struggled to play it as I am not super great with PC … Continue reading Game Review: Deadly Premonition

Game Review: Soviet Jump Game

Soviet Jump Game is a 2D side-scrolling Battle Royale which is inspired by the Soviet Union Dendy (a Taiwanese clone of the Nintendo Entertainment System). It was released for early access on steam on the 9th January 2020.  It was released to a fairly mixed reception due to the elaborate marketing campaign involved in building … Continue reading Game Review: Soviet Jump Game

Game Review: Dream Daddy – A Dad Dating Simulator

Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator or more commonly just called Dream Daddy is a visual novel and dating simulator which was released on July 20th 2017 for Microsoft Windows and macOS, and on September 22nd 2017 for Linux. An expanded version called the ‘Dadrector Cut’ was released for the PlayStation 4, along with an … Continue reading Game Review: Dream Daddy – A Dad Dating Simulator

Game Review: Feel the Snow

So Feel the Snow is a sandbox action/adventure game for the PC, currently available on Steam for the price of £5.99 which I can say is more than worth it. It was released by developer and publisher, Owlet back in the 14th October 2016 as an early access game. Feel the Snow has multiplayer capabilities, … Continue reading Game Review: Feel the Snow

Game Review: The Elder Scrolls V – Skyrim

I mentioned this in another review, but The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim makes my list of top three games of all time, the order being Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines and The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim. Speaking of which, you can check out my reviews of San Andreas and VTMB … Continue reading Game Review: The Elder Scrolls V – Skyrim

TV Review: Good Game (2017)

Good Game is an American comedy web series developed by Michele Morrow and Jesse Cox and produced by Starburns Industries, the people behind shows like Moral Orel, Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole and Rick & Morty. The show debuted on August 30th 2017 on the YouTube Premium service YouTube Red, and ran through to September 27th 2017. … Continue reading TV Review: Good Game (2017)

Interview with Justin Amirkhani (Vagabond Dog)

First off, tell me about yourself? And Vagabond Dog? Vagabond Dog is a small game studio from Canada. I'm the Creative Director at the company, which means I force my opinions on everyone else and make sure the games follow a core vision. What advice would you give to someone trying to do what you … Continue reading Interview with Justin Amirkhani (Vagabond Dog)

Game Review: The Godfather 2

This is one of those games that wasn’t critically praised but still made it onto my list of personal favourites. Being honest though, that wasn’t always the case, when I first bought myself a copy I played it for a few hours and just couldn’t get into it, I gave up and just didn’t return … Continue reading Game Review: The Godfather 2

Game Review: The Dog Island

The Dog Island is an adventure roleplaying game which was developed by Yuke’s and published by Ubisoft and released for the Wii and PS2 in 2008. The main story follows a dog (who you get to name, and to an extent design) who goes off on an adventure to discover a special plant which will … Continue reading Game Review: The Dog Island

The PlayStation 2 – The Perfect Video Game Console, 20 Years Later

It is hard to believe that the best selling console of all time is almost 20 years old and still stands the test of time as one of the greatest consoles ever produced. With over 150 million units sold globally in its life and a library of 3500+ games, the PlayStation 2 is renowned as … Continue reading The PlayStation 2 – The Perfect Video Game Console, 20 Years Later

Game Review: Always Sometimes Monsters

Always Sometimes Monsters is a masterpiece of a game that I’ve enjoyed on both the PC and my mobile device, and while both experiences have been a little different it can’t be denied that it was a tremendous experience either way. Anyway, some basic information about the game, it was released for the PC on … Continue reading Game Review: Always Sometimes Monsters

Game Review: Resonance

Resonance was released on June 19th 2012 and even today it’s still one of my favourite games, it was developed by XII Games and Published by Wadjet Eye Games, who actually developed another awesome game I’ve reviewed called Emerald City Confidential and you can check out that review here. Resonance is a third person point … Continue reading Game Review: Resonance

Game Review: Roommates

Roommates is a Ren'Py based visual novel and dating/romance game from Winter Wolves, a game developer, I was lucky enough in fact to get an interview with Celso Riva the person behind Winter Wolves and Roommates which you can check out here. Anyway, Roommates, as I said up top is a visual novel, it was … Continue reading Game Review: Roommates

Interview with Celso Riva (Winter Wolves/Roommate)

First off, tell me about yourself? And how you got into game designing? My name is Celso Riva and I'm 45 years old indie developer from Italy. I got into game design/coding when I was about 16-17, then went to work for a small local gaming company (was around 1994-95). Then around 2003-04 I discovered … Continue reading Interview with Celso Riva (Winter Wolves/Roommate)

Game Review: Don’t Take It Personally, Babe, It Just Ain’t Your Story

I was eager to play this game after playing Digital: A Love Story (and if you want to check out my review of that then click here) a previous game by Christine Love, and one that was both her breakout game, and to which this game was considered a "a spiritual sequel of sorts” because … Continue reading Game Review: Don’t Take It Personally, Babe, It Just Ain’t Your Story