Over the course of this mildly inconvenient pandemic I have often sat and passed judgment on the decisions made by governments, safe and secure in the very certain knowledge that I’ll never actually have to make choices that can affect hundreds, thousands and millions of people. The pressure that must come from leading people and being put into situations with no truly correct answers must be immense. It begs the question: if I was put in that position, what choices would I make? Well, according to Frostpunk I’m the kind of person who will put kids into the mines and use human corpses as a source of nutrition. Vote for me, my friends, because you can’t have a Necromancer problem if there’s no dead bodies to bring back.
Another year has passed and that means it’s time to list my top ten favorite games of 2016.
Suddenly everybody was wandering around with their phones almost glued to their faces. More so than usual, anyway. Within a short span Pokémon Go has seemingly taken over the world, and with it has come plenty of media attention, both good and bad. Normally I don’t play games […]
Platforms: PC Reviewed On: PC Developer: Sunglight Games Publisher: KISS ltd Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No Review code provided free of charge by the publisher. If there’s one thing that you should know about videogame development it’s that you should never annoy a programmer. They are a nervous species […]
Designed by: Anne-Marie DeWitt Published by: Fireside Games Players: 1-4 Copy supplied free of charge by Fireside Games for review. Back in those darker days when nobody had heard of Kim sodding Kardashian and we still liked to solve problems by building castles and stabbing people with swords […]
Today is officially the Xbox 360’s tenth anniversary, as hard as that is to believe, although here in the UK it didn’t actually arrive until December 2nd and I didn’t pick one up for about another year, but that’s just technicalities. Its been a hell of a ten […]
Xbox One will be getting an update on November 12th that enables backwards compatibility with certain Xbox 360 games, an enticing prospect for those of us with extensive libraries of games. In anticipation Microsoft have released the list of games that will be compatible at the update’s launch, […]
Platforms: PC, Mobile Reviewed On: PC Developer: Dead Mage Publisher: Dead Mage Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No Review copy supplied by the publisher. Usually when I discover a game is actually a mobile port my immediate reaction is to loudly scream, “NOPE!” at my computer screen, possibly while spraying […]
Warner Bros. have officially announced the release date for Shadow of Mordor, a game set in Middle-Earth that features a fantastic system which allows enemies to remember previous encounters with you. Shove an enemy into a fire, for example, an the next time you’ll encounter him he may […]
(This contains spoilers for Man of Steel.) Random Loot is a new series in which I get to focus on one particular game, movie or even comic, be it relatively old or quite new. This series is far less critical than my reviews. I’m less concerned with […]