Shovel Knight Makes a Cameo in Yooka Laylee

Playtonic Games has just released a new trailer for Yooka-Laylee showcasing a whole bunch of new characters, including the spade-holding hero Shovel Knight. Continue reading “Shovel Knight Makes a Cameo in Yooka Laylee”


Good Games, Bad Movies: Fight Night

Mortal Kombat vs Street Fighter

Movies based on video games are notoriously bad.

So bad that everyone can remember a video game movie that has just turned them off of the entire series for them – and sadly I can remember too many. I decided to go into the deep depths of the film vault to bring back a couple of forgotten movies that left a bad taste in every gamer’s mouth, and then pit them against each other. With so many horrible ones out there it was tough to pick the first two, but after some work I think I’ve done it. Continue reading “Good Games, Bad Movies: Fight Night”

How Bioshock’s Intro Sequence Changed The Way I Look At Horror Games

A mini-retrospective on Rapture

Its been nine years since the original Bioshock came out – a game where players dove face first into the twisted underwater dystopia known as Rapture – and to this day it remains one of the creepiest, most discomforting games out there. The twisted atmosphere has spanned over two sequels, and with the recent release of Bioshock: The Collectionyou have the chance to play all of them again. Continue reading “How Bioshock’s Intro Sequence Changed The Way I Look At Horror Games”

Mod Support Cancelled for Skyrim and Fallout 4 on PS4

Bethesda has made a statement on their website explaining that mod support will no longer be available as promised for Skyrim Special Edition or Fallout 4.

One of the hugest selling points from Skyrim’s E3 trailer was when they revealed that that the game would allow you to download and distribute user created mods on your console. Bethesda seemed all for mod support and had already started work on making sure it became a reality. Sony was not so excited, and told Bethesda they would not approve user mods. Continue reading “Mod Support Cancelled for Skyrim and Fallout 4 on PS4”

Jotun: Valhalla Edition Review

Jotun: Valhalla Edition is hands down the most gorgeous game I’ve played this year.

That may seem like hyperbole, but it’s not. The game really is that pretty. The completely hand-drawn visuals make every aspect of it shine with a charming cartoon glow. It’s rare to see a title so crisp and refined that it’s obvious how much effort was put into each moment of it, but Jotun is one of those games. Continue reading “Jotun: Valhalla Edition Review”