Now, don’t get me wrong: I love Nintendo. I love them for all of their charm, their uniqueness, the memories they invoke in me and their joy-filled games. However, I’ve always felt that at times, Nintendo simply don’t know what they’re doing – especially when they make stupid moves like firing their entire field PR division.
Jack Wood continues his ‘LOVE LETTERS’ series with Grand Theft Auto: Vice City, explaining why the first GTA game that anybody plays is always one of their more memorable moments and why Vice City still stands above the rest.
Seeing as the world is currently entrapped in some sort of llama drama, this seems as good a time as any to take a look back at the PC (DOS) classic ‘LLAMATRON: 2118′.
English Minecraft fans, rejoice! Mojang has recently revealed that 2015’s MINECON will be hosted in London in the Spring.
Described as a mixture of Dark Souls’ difficulty and Mega Man’s precise platforming, (with tastes of Earthworm Jim and Rayman thrown in) Bacon Man is a three-person developed platformer/RPG that somehow manages to deliver more charm and quality than many AAA titles thrown in our direction these days.
EA Sports begin announcing the top 40 players on the FUT14 World Cup mode, who will light up the Maracanã?
Ash talks about Etsy and some of the sweet gaming merch that can be found on the site.
Being a newcomer to the golfing video game genre, much less one themed around the world’s favourite Italian plumber, I wasn’t sure what to expect with Mario Golf: World Tour. Thankfully, the game is still a blast.
Are video games art? It’s a question that’s been deliberated for years, but a definitive consensus has yet to be made. Our own Callum Graham delves into his thoughts on the age-old question.