Despite having been on the market for a while now Corsair’s SP2500 speaker set continues to sell pretty well and remain highly regarded. After going hunting for a serious audio upgrade I managed to snag a set of those bad boys and decided that since they were there […]
Platforms: PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: King Art Games Publisher: Nordic Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No EDIT: For some warped reason when writing this review originally my brain told me Daedalic published the game, possibly because they publish so many adventure titles. A helpful reader pointed out my mistake, […]
Platforms: PC, PS4, Vita Reviewed On: PC Developer: Double Fine Publisher: Double Fine Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No Despite being mostly classified as a cult classic, and therefore by description having a relatively small if dedicated fanbase, very few people who have been gaming for a while are unaware […]
Platforms: Xbox One, PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: Mouldy Toof Studios Publisher: Team17 Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No Videogames are often a form of wish-fulfillment, a chance for us to play through a wide variety of fantastical scenarios that we’re unlikely to ever encounter in real life. The good […]
Platforms: PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: Daedalic Publisher: Daedalic Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No Confession time: despite it sitting in my library for nigh on a year I never played the original Blackguards, leaving me to head into this sequel with no expectations and a mild case of trepidation. […]
Before we delve into this review proper let’s clear something up; G4me Zero is a stupid name for any product, and from now on for the ease of typing I’ll just be referring to them as Game Zero. This headset comes from Sennheiser gaming range, offering stereo sound with […]
The first thing I did when offered review code for Phantom Breaker: Battle Grounds was begin researching what Phantom Breaker actually was using the magical powers of Google. As it turns out Phantom Breaker is a Japanese fighter released back in 2011 which doesn’t seem to have ever made it to our shores in anything other than import form. It’s a little strange that this spin-off has arrived before its own parent, but then the world can be odd like that. What’s odder is that Battlegrounds, which takes the shape of a side-scrolling brawler, actually arrived on Xbox Live Arcade back in February of 2013 and Vita a few months and has only now just gotten to PC.