Geekly Review #288

The Steam Summer Sale has hit, but have we hit it? Well… no not really. Outward The only game I’ve picked up from the summer sale so far has been Outward and that’s because I’ve had my eye on it for a little while, but didn’t want to drop £35 on an early access game.…

Mainlining – Switch Review

Hack the system Mainlining initially released on Steam back in 2017, but has since seen a release on the Nintendo Switch via the eShop. An intriguing point and click and problem solving game that caught me my surprise. Mainlining Platforms: Steam / Switch Release Date: 20/06/2019 (Switch)Players: 1Age Rating: 7+Genres: Point & Click, Simulation, Publisher: Merge GamesDeveloper: RebelephantPrice: £11.99 on Nintendo eShop This…

F1 2019 – Review

Devon Butler, remember that name because I’m going to humiliate him so badly that he will never want to be remembered again! Developer: CodemastersPlayers: 1Platform: PC, Xbox One & PS4Genre: Racing / Sports / Simulation / DrivingPrice: £44.99 for Anniversary Edition £54.99 for Legends Edition This product was received for free Formula 1 is back and this year it’s bigger…

Defining Your Favourite Ever Game

We, as lovers of video games have all been asked the question before. “What’s your favourite video game of all time?”. A lot of the time I think mine is either Mass Effect (the series as a whole) or Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic and that’s probably what I would say to you…

Geekly Review #287

Another week down and it looks like summer might finally be here, time to close the curtains when you’re playing games! Let’s check in on what we’ve been up to. F1 2019 It’s been a few years since I last played a F1 game, but being a fan of the sport and regularly watching it…

E3 2019 Highlight – Ghostwire Tokyo

Amidst the cluster that was the Bethesda mobile & F2P E3 conference, they did go on to reveal some noteworthy new games. One of those was Ghostwire Tokyo which sadly did leak prior to the presser, but nonetheless the actual official reveal was certainly striking and full of intrigue. What caught my attention straight away,…

Geekly Review #286

Well, that was a busy two weeks for us with #LoveIndies and E3 hitting at the same time! I hope you enjoyed the extra content, but now back to normality. What we’ve been up to Destiny 2 It was always going to happen, I was always going to back to playing Destiny 2, even though…

#LoveIndies – Big Crown Showdown

Developer: Hyper Luminal Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch & PCGenres: Party / Brawler / Platformer I can’t really say that multiplayer games are my thing anymore. Now a days it’s difficult to gather friends on console to play online and other groups of friends have since got opposite consoles to myself, moved to PC or just…

#LoveIndies – Hell Let Loose

Developer: Black Matter StudiosPlatform: PCGenre:  FPS / Action / Early Access Ever since the age of about 12 or 13 I’ve always had a really keen interest in World War 2 and as a consequence video games set in that era have always interested me greatly. But it’s not just video games, Band of Brothers is…

#LoveIndies – Disco Elysium

Developer: Zaum StudiosPlatform: PCGenre:  RPG / Isometric / Story Rich / Open World It’s a rare thing for a video game being shown at a conference to leave me with such an amazing lasting impression but Disco Elysium did just that when I played it EGX Rezzed back in 2018. For a game to really grip you…