Like an inevitable movie sequel, the UK, among many other countries too, are back in Covid-19 isolation. As the virus continues to spread across the globe, many have been told to work from home and isolate where possible. Restaurants, bars and most non-essential shops have closed once again, and many people’s lounges have become their… Continue reading Covid-19 Lockdown: the Sequel – Video Game Picks for Survival
Vanquish is an excellent fast-paced, super stylish shooter in the third person, from Resident Evil creator Shinji Mikami.
Like Bayonetta, there have been very few titles like Vanquish in the last ten years.
"Don't f**k with a witch!" Bayonetta is up there with the best—arguably even the best—hack-'n-slash action game around. It's problematic and erratic PS3 port back in 2010 left a false impression - after all, Bayonetta is no mere historical curio. We may have had to wait ten years, but Bayonetta finally has the Playstation port it deserves,… Continue reading Bayonetta 10th Anniversary Remaster Review (PS4)
Mad Dog Games and developer Saber Interactive have announced Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PC via the Epic Games Store. It is due to launch in 2019. https://youtu.be/e6jLqwaGtWo Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered delivers a unique story from franchise creators Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. Billed as the spiritual… Continue reading Ghostbusters: The Video Game Remastered Announced For PS4, XBOX ONE, SWITCH and PC – Mass Hysteria!
Originally posted on Hey Poor Player:- I have always had a thing for little trinkets. Back when I had to work in an office, my desk accommodated a Lego character here, a Marvel miniature there, an overall undeniable youthful spirit everywhere. My desk at home is a similar fixture, except now it consists of upgrades… Continue reading The Trinkets and Kinship of Shenmue
I’m not entirely sure how it’s come to this: a sequel to Shaq Fu, the now-infamous 24-year-old fighter. Actually, I am sure; Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn came from a successful crowd-funding programme. Which leads to a more important question: why is Shaq Fu back? On the basis of this, some demons are laid to rest. And in some ways,… Continue reading SHAQ FU: A LEGEND REBORN REVIEW (PS4)
The Sonic the Hedgehog gauntlet continues Sonic the Hedgehog is back. Back again. And this time he's taking a back front seat from all that running, back into his racing car. This week, Sega released a teaser trailer for the Sumo Digital-developed racer. Entitled Team Sonic Racing, it promises to combine the best elements of… Continue reading SEGA Reveals New Team Sonic Racing Trailer
2017 was some year for video games. The Xbox One and PS4 showing their true capabilities. The arrival of the Nintendo Switch. The impact of the Nintendo Switch. I cannot comment on PC and 3DS because i'm a poor man who cannot afford all of the games and systems. Man i'd love a gaming PC. Anyway,… Continue reading My Top 5 Games of 2017
The third season of Telltale’s eponymous series is possibly the most curious yet. Telltale’s approach to storytelling has become familiar over its various franchises. Potential outcomes have become more obvious through familiarity than merely being predictable. This latest Walking Dead installment attempts to skirt around such expectations and take it up a notch. Like the… Continue reading Review – The Walking Dead: A New Frontier (PS4)
In late 2015, Activision released Transformers Devastation, a brand new Transformers video game. Developed by Platinum Games (Bayonetta, Vanquish), Transformers Devastation did something bold. No, not just creating a decent Transformers game (it is in fact fantastic), but it wasn’t based on any Michael Bay rubbish; instead they went back to the beginning of the… Continue reading Transformers Devastation: Bringing Back Saturday Morning Cartoons