Interview with Niklas Hallin (Yono and the Celestial Elephants)

First off, tell me about yourself? And tell me a little about Neckbolt? My name is Niklas and I live in Sweden. I create video games because my brain is too systematic for painting and too romantic for engineering! And I work by myself, coding, animating, writing and designing all on my lonesome, because as … Continue reading Interview with Niklas Hallin (Yono and the Celestial Elephants)

Game Review: Yono and the Celestial Elephants

Yono and the Celestial Elephants is an adorable little puzzler about elephants, and yet it’s so much more, but before we get into that I’ll share some of the important information. Yono and the Celestial Elephants was released on the 12th October 2017 for Microsoft Windows and most recently the Nintendo Switch. I played it … Continue reading Game Review: Yono and the Celestial Elephants

Interview with Mel Rowlands (AnimeLeague)

First off tell me about yourself, and the core team at AnimeLeague? My name is Mel. I’m part of the organising team and my main job I Stage Management, so this ranges from getting guests (voice actors, cosplay guests etc), timetabling, running the stages and I run the social media pages. I also help with … Continue reading Interview with Mel Rowlands (AnimeLeague)

Game Review: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai

It is hard to convey with mere words the sense of nostalgia flowing over me as I write up this review, because honestly this game was a big part of my childhood. I remember running home after school every day to play this game. But while we like to be positive here I’ll try to … Continue reading Game Review: Dragon Ball Z: Budokai

Game Review: Baroque

Baroque is a role playing video game developed and published by Sting Entertainment. It was originally a released in Japan for the Sega Saturn and was later ported to the Playstation in 1999. A remake was released for the PS2 and Wii in 2008. I played the Wii version of it and found it to … Continue reading Game Review: Baroque

Game Review: The Incredibles

A game so good that I told my stepmother who had just went into labour at the time to hold on till I completed whatever level I happened to be playing. After checking it out again for the review I do have to admit that the graphic quality is a little worse than I remember. … Continue reading Game Review: The Incredibles

Humble Bundle is a Bundle of Fun!

Christmas is right around the corner, and we all want to get that one last little gift for our friends and family, and ourselves of course. We can’t always afford to do that however, or justify it at least but with services like Humble Bundle it’s that little bit easier to get great items at … Continue reading Humble Bundle is a Bundle of Fun!

A Little about Loot Crate ™

By this point most people will be aware of Loot Crate ™ but it’s nearly Christmas and we at Off the Record want to try and help you make a purchase you can feel confident about. For those of you unaware of what Loot Crate ™ is, it’s a monthly subscription box service which for … Continue reading A Little about Loot Crate ™

Game Review: Spyro Reignited Trilogy (Part 1)

I will be the first to admit I’m a little far behind on getting this review out but trust me it is not by my own choice. With Spyro The Reignited Trilogy’s original release date being the 22nd of September- just four days before my birthday - I had booked a full week off to … Continue reading Game Review: Spyro Reignited Trilogy (Part 1)

Interview with Jason Stevan Hill (Choice of Games)

First off tell me about yourself? And your role in Choice of Games? I’m the co-founder and COO of the company. I wrote Vampire and Fall of Memphis, and I’m working on the third title (intermittently). Now tell me about Choice of Games and what exactly is the company does? Choice of Games is a developer … Continue reading Interview with Jason Stevan Hill (Choice of Games)

Game Review: Little Inferno

It’s been many years since I first found Little Inferno through Lewis and Simon of The Yogscast as part of Honeydew’s Honey Drive way back in 2015. It has since been played millions of times and has been ported to so many other platforms! The most important question is - is it worth it? So, … Continue reading Game Review: Little Inferno

Game Review: Portal

Way back in 2007, Valve made a small, harmless looking game called Portal and included it as a ‘We’re sorry this is so late’ present to go along with their addition to their most famous episodic masterpiece – Half-Life. After backlash from fans about the time it took for Half-Life 2: Episode 2 to be … Continue reading Game Review: Portal

Game Review: Team Kirby Clash Deluxe

With E3 2017 a distant memory in gamers minds and thoughts of how much of our paychecks will be heading straight to Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony’s pockets, I think is the perfect time to take a look at a lesser appreciated products: free games. Today though I’m going to talk about Team Kirby Clash Deluxe … Continue reading Game Review: Team Kirby Clash Deluxe

Game Review: Ib

Ib (pronounced e-b) is a short horror puzzle game created by Japanese creator kouri in RPG Maker 2000/2003 by in 2012. Like most games made through RPG Maker, Ib was created entirely by kouri and only available to download online (but make sure you download it from a reputable source!)  What platform is it for? PC  … Continue reading Game Review: Ib

Game Review: Deepest Sleep (Flash Game)

The final instalment of the Deep Sleep series opens with the character lying in bed, when someone or something enters the room. You can try clicking it but nothing helpful will happen, you can't move or do anything to stop it. Everything just goes black, so some grade A fear material right there. Anyway, when … Continue reading Game Review: Deepest Sleep (Flash Game)