It may be difficult to imagine, what with every developer requesting crowdfunding and publishers keen on implementing as many microtransactions in their games as possible, but just over a decade ago video game development as a hobby was much more commonplace. Designers such as Ben Librojo were the pioneers of early browser based games, initially… Continue Reading 'Space: Glory Through Conquest', Making a Return as 'Squadron of Light'?
Evil Genius represents the cheapest eighty hours of fun I’ve had since I bought your mum a drink. The game was developed in 2004 by Elixir Studios and originally published by Sierra Entertainment, now a part of the ever growing mass that is Rebellion. The game is set on the villain’s end of every 60s… Continue Reading Evil Genius Out of Ten
Shut Up and Take My Money is an article series that showcases games currently in development. It aims to raise awareness about games that might go under the radar and to let you, the reader, know who the developers are and what they’re planning. The first in the series is Goetia, an indie adventure game… Continue Reading Goetia: Shut Up and Take My Money
There have bee several rumors floating around about how the companies involved with Fallout 3 and Fallout New Vegas have started up production of a new huge game. Many people believe this means that the developers have started work on Fallout 4. My question is where will the game take place? One theory is that… Continue Reading Settings for Fallout 4
Sunless Sea is the debut commercial release of British indie developer Failbetter Games, who developed ‘the storynexus’, a toolkit for aspiring writers to create their own adventures. Through it they brought us Fallen London: a free to play, text-based browser game with an emphasis on story and roleplaying. After an unsuccessful attempt at kickstarting “a story-fuelled, dungeon delving digital… Continue Reading Sunless Sea
Really Ubisoft? Small and straight to the point and kind of a rant which I try and avoid a lot for those that have played Assassins creed during the last three instalments will know about Ubisoft and their practice of in game purchases where players can use money to purchase gear and other in game… Continue Reading Really Ubisoft?
After fighting my way through a treacherous mountain pass, I have finally made it to the clearing that harbors The Breach, a massive, glowing, green ‘rift’ that looms before me, spelling danger to anyone who dares approach it. To my left and my right, faithful inquisition soldiers fall to the monstrous ‘Pride Demon’ that stands… Continue Reading Dragon Age Inquisition: A Review
The reason i’m so behind on talking about Ubisoft’s open world racer is because i waited to purchase it due to the fear that it wouldn’t hold up to the extremely high standards that ubisoft makes for itself, And for the most part my fears were correct. This being ubisoft’s first racing game since “187… Continue Reading The Crew Review
At one point or another we have all picked up a bottle of Mountain Dew and seen the Major League Gaming advertisements on it. Most of the time we simply ignore them and get the sensible choice of Pepsi but if you read them you see a mishmash of logos and team names that mean… Continue Reading E-Sports: How to Grow a Sport.
GamingRev 2015 Competition Thought I would make things a lot more interesting Prizes have increased and will be far Better Prize One Evolve on Console of Winners Choice Prize Two Evil Within Steam Key Prize Three 3 games on steam (arcade, smaller studio games) How to enter, to make things a lot more interesting and… Continue Reading GamingRev 2015 Competition