Max: The Curse of Brotherhood Review
Max: The Curse of Brotherhood comes from a strange cross of Limbo-esque gameplay mixed with the artistic style of a Pixar movie. Oh and a big magic pen, throw that in there too. Created by Press Play, a Danish studio recently acquired by Microsoft, Max is a 2.5D platformer and…
Pokemon X And Y Comes To The Pokemon TCG
Pokemon TCG (Trading Card Game) has gone from strength to strength since it's launch in the late nineties, with new sets being released after each of the entries in the main game series. Following this tradition, The Pokemon Company has today announced the official English release date of the X…
Is One Alien Going To Save the Franchise?
When you think about horror in space there are many different franchises that can be brought up, but there is one license that deserves a great game on the current generation of consoles as well as PC. That is the Alien franchise. Recently, it has suffered huge blows with video…
The Semi-Often Greenman Gaming Spotlight 21/01
The Semi-Often Greenman Gaming is back again to bring you more deals on great games from the Greenman Gaming store. Check out what's on offer below and make sure to pick up any game you want while the offer is on. There are two special codes in today's spotlight so make…
Nintendo Will Survive, But I Won’t Be Helping
With all the drama that's transpired around Nintendo recently, it could be enough to make some fans worry. Whether it's their falling sales forecast, questions over leadership, or price issues with the Wii U, everything seems to be slowly but surely sinking. In spite of all these problems, I still…
The Banner Saga Review
The sun shines bright in the ice blue sky, but it does not raise your spirits. The trail before you is long, the weather is bleak, and death is biting at your heels. You’ve been marching for days – weeks – trying to escape the mechanical beings that threaten your…
Microtransactions: The Ugly in the Games Industry?
Microtransactions: the lurking force in video games that are becoming ever more popular and working their way into industry titles, something that some gamers increasing feel can ruin the future of gaming. Microtransactions first became popular on mobile gaming apps, with those such as Candy Crush and even Angry Birds…
American McGee and Eurogamer Clash Over the Issue of Review Scores
In the last few hours, American McGee, well-known for the Alice series of games, posted a status on his Facebook displaying his dislike of how Eurogamer.it had reviewed Alice: Madness Returns, joking that he doesn't care what Europeans think of him stating; "Seriously, it's not a big deal. Just gives me something…
Mysterious Bethesda Announcement Sparks Fallout 4 Rumours (Updated)
Earlier today, the above, and apparently legitimate, announcement email from Bethesda popped up on the web and started creating quite a stir. Whether wishful thinking or blind hope, there is no doubt that the feel of the image is distinctly Fallout-like, but does it point to Fallout 4? Most fans…
Alien: Isolation Details Have Appeared Online Along with a Gameplay Trailer
A little while ago, the Xbox Marketplace added some familiar images with an overview of the speculated upcoming Alien game, Alien: Isolation. A gameplay trailer was also released simultaneously with the update. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XTrS8KvFfRo "Discover the true meaning of fear in Alien: Isolation, a survival horror set in an atmosphere of constant…
Digital Storm’s Steam Machine is out in January
Gaming PC maker Digital Storm will be among the first to release an official Steam Machine, named the Bolt II, “this month.” The “hybrid Steam Machine gaming PC” will features both the SteamOS and Windows pre-installed. The Bolt II boasts high-end processors in a slim case with a custom liquid…
Brand New Next Gen Pokémon Game Rumours Have Appeared Online
According to a trusted source (via dualpixels); a lot of information on the potential next games in the Pokémon series have been leaked. Please bare in mind this information is completely unconfirmed right now. Here is the list of leaked information: GameFreak were one of the first development studios inside Nintendo to…
X-COM: Enemy Within Review
X-COM Enemy Within is a throwback to expansion packs, before the days of DLC. Nowadays a few new maps or a couple of new story missions is all a company needs to put out to rinse you of your hard earned cash. But back in the old days, before a…
Overgrowth Now On Steam Early Access
Wolfire Games have had Overgrowth in development for a while now. Sequel to 2005 title Lugaru, Overgrowth will expand on the original's combat and platforming mechanics. While it may be about anthropomorphic rabbits, both games are surprisingly brutal, in terms of content and difficulty. You can now buy the game…
The Deep Down 2014 Prologue Trailer Looks Like a Next Gen Cross Between Dragons Dogma and Dark Souls
  Who doesn't love some high fantasy? To say that deep down looks impressive would be an understatement. The more we hear about it the more exciting it sounds, an online RPG which looks to be a combination of Dragons Dogma and Dark Souls? How can that be bad? Fans…
Gone Home Being Remade as a 16-Bit RPG by Fan
Gone Home has received a great amount of attention this year and has collected many fans. One of those fans wants you to experience Gone Home in a different way; in the style of a 16-bit JRPG. Seth Macy posted on Twitter about his one-man project, which he describes as…
City of Horror Board Game Review
Everyone loves a zombie game so why not also have a zombie boardgame. However in this game it is not all about mankind standing together and overcoming the undead horde. It is very much every man and women for themselves. City of Horror follows the tale of a handful of…
Logitech G602 Review
Introduction The Logitech G602 is a beast of a mouse. While it may not have the same level of customization as the G600, the G602 is a powerful wireless peripheral that never fails to impress. Aimed at hardcore gamers who have shaken off the stigma of using a wireless device,…
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Mirror of Fate HD Review
As the latest edition to MercurySteam’s Castlevania reboot, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow - Mirror of Fate HD has faced some harsh criticism since its release, and not for its ridiculously long title. From its lower difficulty level to its confused sense of identity, Mirror of Fate certainly is a little…
Deadfall Adventures Review
Deadfall Adventures is what happens when you take Indiana Jones and decide to make it worse in every way. It has all the hallmarks of a great game with first-person gunplay, solving ancient puzzles and a wise-cracking protagonist. But sadly The Farm 51 just didn’t have the resources to make…
Logitech G100S Review
Introduction Logitech have always been known for offering reliable products at affordable prices. While they often don't stand with the big boys of the PC peripheral industry, if you side with them it is a sound investment. With a new range of gaming mice coming out, Logitech are releasing a…