Star Wars all but defines the word ‘Epic’. Featuring a vast universe, a massive and immersive mythology and an almost endless number of stories to tell. So far the movies have been limited to the Skywalker saga but the Star Wars video games have enjoyed far more freedom, exploring the far reaches of irs far-far-away […]Read more "The Best Star Wars Games Ever Made"
The Art of Videogames: From Pac Man to Mass Effect, unsurprisingly explores the progression of videogame art and graphics from the inception of the industry to the modern age. This was created as a companion piece to compliment an art exhibition of the same name presented by the Smithsonian Institute in March 2012. The title, […]Read more "The Art of Video Games : From Pac Man to Mass Effect"
From Bedrooms to Billions is an independent documentary which looks at the growth of the British video game industry. This ambitious and exciting project was crowdfunded by producers / directors / writers, Anthony and Nicola Caulfield. The pair interview industry legends and piece together the story of how young geek hobbyists figuring out how to […]Read more "From Bedrooms to Billions (2014) Review"
In memory of a Batman fan called Darran. Years ago I had played bits of Batman Arkham Asylum, I had been very busy when the game was first released and it gathered dust over the years and I never got around to finishing it. I picked it up again yesterday and after 10 hours have […]Read more "Batman Arkham Asylum GOTY Edition"
This is a review I didn’t think I was going to be writing, this style of game generally doesn’t appeal to me but since I am a comic book fanatic and it had MARVEL emblazoned on it – I thought I would give it a go. Puzzle Quest (as I am reliably informed by my […]Read more "Marvel Puzzle Quest for PS4"
If you were around in 1989, you simply couldn’t have missed the incredible phenomena that was Tim Burton’s vision of Batman which hit the silver screen. This film is probably solely responsible for the comic book film boom which we find ourselves in currently. The hype was incredible and there was a plethora of merchandise […]Read more "Batman The Movie (1989) – Ocean Software"
Utomik is an exciting subscription based service for the PC. It adds roughly 20 new games a month and currently has 735 high quality titles available at the moment. It has partnered itself with over 50 big publishing names as well as actively supporting Indie developers. With so much choice and many new titles being […]Read more "Interview with Utomik’s Kimchica and Fox!"