Friday, 23 May 2014

The Walking Dead Season 2 - Episode 3: "In Harm's Way" review

This review will contain SPOILERS from previous episodes of The Walking Dead. You have been warned...


Telltale Games have proven time and time again that they are the masters of narrative-driven games. They consistently deliver emotionally charged stories and situations, and throw in many intensly exciting action set-pieces. For the first time in season two, walkers are not your primary enemy, and you must instead navigate what is basically a prison, run by an extremely psychotic individual known as Carver. If Clem or any of the others step one foot out of line, they could pay with their lives, as Carver will not let them forget. Does "In Harm's Way" live up to the high standards of the previous episodes? Read our full review below to find out...

Tuesday, 13 May 2014

Bound by Flame (PC) review

Bound By Flame is an ambitious Fantasy RPG from the developer Spiders, and is arguably their biggest release to date. With previous games like Of Orcs And Men and Faery: Legends Of Avalon failing to inspire, is this the game to really showcase what Spiders can do?

Friday, 9 May 2014

Daylight (PC) review


Daylight is the latest release from Zombie Studios, who having previously made both games in the Saw franchise, are no strangers to making survival horror games. Their latest game is a procedurally generated horror FPS, following the recent trend in horror games which strands you with nothing but a torch with slowly depleting battery life. They may have developed for the genre before, but does their previous experience show? Read on to find out...

Thursday, 8 May 2014

Lego: The Hobbit review

If there's a successful, blockbuster movie franchise, chances are TT Games have turned it into a Lego game; Lord of the Rings, Indiana Jones, Star Wars, Batman and The Avengers have all undergone such treatment. And now, Bilbo Baggins and his company of dwarves (and Gandalf the Grey) have had their story immortalised in the classic Lego videogame way. TT Games have had a lot of practice, but have they managed to make it as good as previous games in the franchise? Get the full verdict below...