Storm in a Teacup is an independent development studio based out of Rome, and whilst it may not be a name that many will currently recognise, the team’s debut project, NERO, looks like it may very well change that.
Matt Reynolds returns with another controversial opinion piece; this time focussing on irresponsible parenting when it comes to children and gaming. Agree? Disagree? Let us know. Continue reading
Microsoft, in an attempt to reverse its losing position to Sony’s Playstation 4 in the console race, is officially dropping the price of the Xbox One console from £429.99 to £399.99 in the UK, and whilst stocks are available, gamers will also be able to pick up a free copy of Respawn’s Titanfall in the process.
With the Titanfall beta now out of the way, I have finally had an opportunity to spend some time with Crytek’s up and coming, free to play shooter, Warface, and I can safely say that the project appears coming along rather nicely…
Back in 2004, when Lionhead released the original Fable, it was met with both critical and commercial success, and rightfully so, for it was one of the best examples of the role playing genre to descend upon us mere mortal gamers from the great development studio in the sky (in reality, they’re based in Guildford). Ten years later, and after receiving a glossy makeover courtesy of Epic’s Unreal Engine 3, Fable is back, but does it still hold up as well as it once did?
Vib Ribbon is without a shadow of a doubt a classic video game in every possible sense of the word; it’s unique, brilliant fun to play and it’s also a gaming experience that leaves you wanting more, even over twelve years after it was first released. It’s also one of those highly coveted moments in gaming history that cries out for a new generation of gamers to pay it a visit via the fully functioning Playstation Network time machine. In short, I want it in HD!
Well, you surely didn’t expect me to say that, did you? And now that I have your undivided attention, I should probably tell you that I don’t actually hate Titanfall at all, in fact, I absolutely love it, and that is exactly why I have such a problem with it. Confused? You should be.
Telltale have recently released new episodes of The Walking Dead and The Wolf Among Us. Our Steve has reviewed them both. Join us as he takes them both on… Continue reading