Bristol Gaming Market

The Bristol Gaming Market is the UK’s newest gaming market from Replay Events and will be coming to the Passenger Shed Sunday 22nd September! Tickets are available for as little as £5! Plus a small booking fee… but still £5! Bargain. What’s on? The Bristol Gaming Market will feature a whole host of exhibitors selling…

Geekly Review #297

The nights are noticeably getting darker and it’s getting colder. Which means it’s the season where you should no longer feel guilty about staying in and playing games! Children of Morta Children of Morta released last week and it is wonderful. It sounded right up my street, being a big fan of Rogue-lites/likes and RPG’s…

The Pressures of Content Creation

We’ve been running our site for almost 6 years now during that time we’ve had the opportunity to meet game developers, build relationships with them and review their games. We’ve been recognised as ‘Press’ for events, we’ve met loads of like-minded bloggers and are part of some amazing communities within the blogger-sphere. We’ve branched out…

Geekly Review #296

It’s September which means we’ve officially hit the silly season for video games. It’s only a few days until the big hits start coming and it isn’t going to stop until Christmas. But that does mean lots to play and write about! Let’s check out what we’ve been up to this week. World of Warcraft…

A Journey Through Classic – Part 1

The stage was set ‘Pearbit’ the troll was ready to hit the mean streets of World of Warcraft Classic and see what all the ‘fuss’ was about with a 15 year old game hitting the reset button and starting again. Trying Again After only ‘getting in to’ WoW around 2 years ago and only hitting…

Gamescom 2019 Highlight – Moons of Madness

A very welcome and unexpected highlight of Gamescom was spotting the ‘photo op’ cut out for Moons of Madness. The game stand it self was hidden out of the way with 2 representatives almost hiding the stand it was playable on. I’d been aware of this game from press publications so was keen to give…

Gamescom 2019 Highlight – Tunic

Amidst all the huge triple A developer and publisher booths in Gamescom, just one sole Tunic game stand stood in the indie section. Almost tucked away from other indie games. It’s a shame that it only had this one stand (it might possibly have had more dotted around and perhaps in the Xbox area, but…

Geekly Review #295

Gamescom has been and gone and with it came lots of new trailers, new announcements and, well just loads of new gaming content to digest. Gamescom Last week we were lucky enough to get to go to Gamescom – only for one day, but it was still a lot of fun. We will be doing…

Gamescom 2019 – Nintendo Indie World Showcase

Gamescom 2019 is off with Nintendo starting the proceedings with their Indie World Showcase. Plenty of rumours circulating this that another XboxOne game might feature in the highlight reel. Cuphead, Super Lucky’s Tale… and next? Risk of Rain 2 is the first game we get a look at. It’s out Summer 2019 (we haven’t got…

Killsquad – Early Access Review

Unleash hell in this coop A-RPG where bounty hunters raid planets for glory.  Platforms: PCPlayers: 1-4 OnlineGenres: ARPG, Co-op, Hack & SlashDeveloper: NovaramaPrice: £21.25 What’s it about? Kill Squad is an action RPG where you play as bounty hunters taking on contracts where you raid planets for loot and glory. The game features up to 4 player co-op and a…