Looking forward to Beyond: Two Souls and enjoyed Heavy Rain? Chances are you missed out on this game that more-or-less sparked the genre — Quantic Dreams’ 2005 title Fahrenheit.
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.
Guest writer Ash Jung delivers his take on the new Call of Duty: Black Ops II DLC ‘Uprising’, giving a detailed analysis of all of the DLC’s new modes and maps.
Jack Wood writes a love letter to Mortal Kombat – a franchise that changed the fighting game genre for the better and one that’s personally significant to him. Finish him!
Jack Wood writes a love letter to DOOM – the game many of us grew up playing, have fond childhood memories of and the game that many of us still regard as our all-time favourite, perfect video game.
Coin Arcade reminisce about LucasArt’s golden age by looking at Star Wars: Dark Forces — the amazing 1995 first-person shooter that, unlike other DOOM clones released at the time, revolutionised the genre.
Noby Noby Boy, by the creators of Katamari Damacy, didn’t sell as well as it should have done. That’s understandable considering how niché and insane it is, but if you never picked it up off of the PlayStation Network, this is why you totally should. Now.