Geekly Review #181

We’ve had an extended weekend following the Bank Holiday, but it’s time to catch up on what we’ve been playing and doing! Hollow Knight Hollow Knight is a game I’ve had my eye on for a little while, the hand drawn visuals kind of reminded me of a black and white Ori and the Blind…

Marvel & Video Games

June 13th 2016 Sony held their E3 conference and gave us plenty of surprises. One of those major surprises was the announcement of a PlayStation 4 exclusive Spider-Man game to be developed by Insomniac Games. The day after this massive reveal Polygon got to chat to Marvel’s vice president of games Jay Ong who went…

Geekly Review #161

Well what an exciting week it was last week. The Game Awards and Sony’s PlayStation Experience both taking place, resulting in plenty of game announcements. I’ve actually started this week’s Geekly Review on the Saturday night in anticipation for Monday morning, as I’ve completely enjoyed the week’s news and wanted to contribute to the GR,…

Geekly Review #157

The end of the year is ever drawing closer. Can we start to talk about Christmas now without people getting annoyed? Please? Gwent A few months back I wrote about how I struggled with completing single player games recently – mainly games with a longer story. The Witcher 3 is one of those games, yes,…

Geekly Review #153

The weeks are well and truly flying by, also we’re approaching our 3rd birthday, how cool is that! Planet Coaster This weekend was the Planet Coaster Big Alpha 3. Essentially it was just a chance for people who’d purchased the Thrill Seeker Edition of the game to get to play the game. I was lucky…

Geekly Review #142

    Another week passes by too quickly, summer has officially started as kids have finished school for 6 weeks. This year is passing by to fast. San Diego Comic Con 2016 I was following the SDCC with interest due to the Marvel panel. We were treated to one official movie trailer from Marvel along with…