A game that probably needs to have a watershed, Valkyrie Drive -Bhikkhuni- was designed purely for Japanese anime and gaming fans who have played games like Senran Kagura (it's made by the same people), with its big bosom females wearing very little. The story behind the title see some girls having the…
Rock Band 4 saw the revitalisation of the once popular franchise, with a five year span between the third and fourth instalments. Harmonix have decided to use the latest game as a platform rather than just another one in the series, with updates and downloadable content coming consistently for the foreseeable…
When Yooka-Laylee first appeared on Kickstarter, I leapt at the occasion to give this new project some of my hard-earned money in order for these Rare veterans and composers a chance to make a game I have been pining for since the 2000 release of Banjo-Tooie on the Nintendo 64.…
Let’s be honest: A lot of the recent licensed Warhammer 40k games have been pretty naff. Thankfully, Space Hulk: Deathwing seems to be an anomaly in that recent trend. Based on the original Space Hulk tabletop game, it’s being developed by Streum On Studio whose only previous game was E.Y.E…
The MOBA and RTS market have become quite inseparable but a lot of games recently have taken on the role of becoming a MOBA with some 'RTS elements', taking away from the original strategy of RTS titles and the nuances within them. DropZone developed by SparkyPants and published by GameForge…
In the current overly saturated market of indie two dimensional platformers, they have to be really special to stand out and make themselves known. Ori and the Blind Forest is one that comes to mind, while Shovel Knight is another. Mekazoo could well be another addition to the list. Set…
Drone racing is one of the latest sports to gain popularity and it doesn’t seem to have any danger of falling off, given the amount of new and improved drones constantly hitting the market. LuGus Studios have tapped this new market early by creating the world’s first commercial drone racing…
We Happy Few is a game that has been on many people’s radar for quite some time after debuting at PAX East 2015 with a fantastic trailer and very early hands on demo for attendees.  You play as Arthur Hastings, a regular citizen of Wellington Wells; a dystopian English village…
The annual Develop: Brighton conference took place last week from July 12-14, and while it was mainly an event for journalists, developers and other people in the games industry, there were a large amount of upcoming and recently released games on the expo floor. After playing most of them, many…
Last week VGU took a trip to London to visit the HQ of KING games. KING are most famous for their mobile and Facebook game Candy Crush, so we were excited to see what they had on the table for us. The most surprising thing to happen to us at…