Warlock 2: The Exiled – Review

Warlock 2: The Exiled – Review

Apr 21, 2014

Format: PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Paradox Interactive Developer: Ino-Co Plus Players: 1 Site: www.warlock2.com Turn-based strategy has certainly seen a lot of contenders in the last few years, mostly due to Civilization V showing that the genre could be made both accessible and yet still interesting to its legion of stalwart fans. Warlock 2: The Exiled...

Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom – Review

Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom – Review

Apr 18, 2014

Format: PS3 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Sony Developer: Magenta Software Players: 1-4 Site: http://invizimals.eu.playstation.com/en_GB/home/ Brian Blessed 10/10. But in all seriousness … Invizimals is a kid’s game; there isn’t really any other way of putting it. It’s not got the broader appeal of the highly polished games of the 3D platformer...

Nintendon’t use product placement

Nintendon’t use product placement

Apr 14, 2014

The Miiverse is a boundless landscape of fun activities; ranging from the discussion of the games you love, fan art and even the Dafoeverse. However the Miiverse has it’s own dark side and therefore its own enforcement squad, which has had to strike down Sony’s Shuhei Yoshida with the moderators banhammer. The cuddly titan (not in height but...

Influent: review

Influent: review

Apr 11, 2014

Format: PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Three Flip Studios Developer: Rob Howland Players: 1 Site: http://playinfluent.com/ Influent is a strange ol’ game. It’s educational – fitting somewhat into the edutainment field – and it is fun to an extent as well. Education and especially learning a language are things that can get quite boring and...

New Watch_Dogs trailer shows what Nvidia (and a monster PC) can do

New Watch_Dogs trailer shows what Nvidia (and a monster PC) can do

Apr 10, 2014

Watch that video up there. Ain’t it purdy? Okay, so it’s basically just two adverts in one – trying to get you excited about Watch_Dogs and Nvidia – but ain’t it purdy? To be fair, the voiceover which explains some of the techniques used to make the PC version look as lovely as possible will be genuinely interesting to people who care...