2021 – The year of Indies

Whilst I think excellent Indie Games come out all the time. I can’t help but feel that in a year where AAA games have faltered a little, whether down to delays or underwhelming reactions. Indie games have thrived. In 2021…

Returning to DayZ

DayZ was the game that really got me in PC gaming. DayZ was the game to bring the survival genre to life and over the next 8-9 years, many challengers would come and go. But none have quite captured the…

Could War World 3 be the real Battlefield we needed?

With Battlefield 2042’s launch floundering, to say the least, there could be a golden opportunity for a long-forgotten game to swoop in and take the plaudits. World War 3 was originally released in late 2018 at that point there were…

Battlefield 2042 is messy

After hearing and seeing what the beta for Battlefield was like, I was expecting some jank when I finally got hands-on. But there are more issues than just poor optimisation and bugs with Battlefield 2042. The game is currently in…

Deep Rock Galactic keeps getting better

Deep Rock Galactic may have been out for a few years now – including its early access period. But that doesn’t mean that developers Ghost Ship Games are resting on their laurels. Regular updates have come to the game bringing…

Book of Travels is a facinating adventure

Whilst Steam may tell you that Book of Travels is an MMO. It tows a closer line to a single-player RPG adventure. That just so happens to have other players in your game. Book of Travels is unlike any game…

Baldur’s Gate 3 is one of the best games I’ve ever played

Perhaps a bold statement for a game that is still in development, far from complete, and fairly full of bugs. However, Baldurs Gate 3 is already one of the best video games I’ve ever played. Releasing into early access around…

Geekly Roundup – Book of Travels, War Mongrels

I’ve managed to pry myself away from New World for a few hours to play a few other new and upcoming releases. Book of Travels I’ve kept an eye on Book of Travels for quite some time and have enjoyed…

New World – Content Wishlist

Now that New World has been out for a couple of weeks, I think it’s time we started to demand more content! Not really, but there have been some things I’ve been thinking about that I’d like to see in…

Geekly Roundup – Potion Craft, New World

As we wrap up with Steam’s Next Fest and had a great time checking out some of the Indie games on offer – of which you can read our favourites here, it’s time to take a look at what else…

Steam Next Fest Top Picks

Steam continues to offer one of the best platforms for discovering new Indie Games. Earlier…

New World is the MMO for me

Over the years I’ve tried many different MMORPG’s. From Eve Online to World of Warcraft.…

Geekly Roundup – Super Arcade Football, Grim Earth

Despite lots of delays of many AAA games this year, I feel like 2021 has…

Emotes are helping us communicate

Just as cloth draped over a wall or a fence, or paint on ledges has…

Super Arcade Football Developers OutOfTheBit delivering fun for everyone

Recently released Super Arcade Football is a throwback to classic football games and aims to…

A strange summer of announcements

It’s no surprise that the world of gaming expos and events has had to do…

PlayStation Showcase 2021 Summary

It’s been a year since the last large PlayStation event. Sure we’ve had State of…

Splitgate is a hoot

Splitgate is currently enjoying its most fruitful month or so thanks to the release of…

Mortal Shell Revisited – The Virtuous Cycle

Just over a year ago, Mortal Shell was released and with the game’s fantastic setting…

One to Watch – Might of Merchants

Become a master trader as you gain wealth and build dynasties in this wonderful-looking hand-drawn…

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