E3 is the year's biggest gaming event. 3 days of press conferences allows developers to give fans the details about what they’ve actually been doing for the last year. Rumours are put to bed, games are pre-ordered, and each...
Fittingly enough, The Letter is essentially a love letter to Japanese horror films like Ju-On: The Grudge and The Ring. This visual novel is the first game from Filipino developers Yangyang mobile, and it’s certainly an ambitious undertaking -...
We need more games like Nier Automata. Yoko Taro, its director, isn’t afraid to attempt the unconventional, and the game wears its enthusiasm for philosophy proudly on its sleeve. The amount of referencing and namedropping is beyond anything I’ve ever...
“Trust. Pray. Obey” proclaims the marketing material of Far Cry 5, the latest instalment in Ubisoft’s venerable Far Cry series. The official game description on Ubisoft’s website describes the game as a fight “against a fanatical cult in small...
By far the most striking thing about Orwell is how it feels a hair away from reality: the sleek, minamalist style of the game really does make you feel like you could be using software developed by a...
The Sly Cooper games are stealth-based platformers where the player takes the titular raccoon and friends through a number of daring heists. Sly may have been overshadowed slightly by Playstation’s other big platforming mascot Crash Bandicoot, but he always...