It’s the End of Titan Quest as We Know It!

It’s the End of Titan Quest as We Know It!

Nov 18, 2017

 When Iron Lore and THQ released Titan Quest way back in 2006 we don’t think anyone expected it to get an aniversary edition released in 2016 under a different publisher that has assimilated the THQ name into it’s own. Even less expected is the addition of a new expansion more than ten years after the original release but Pieces Interactive and...

Fire Emblem Warriors: review

Fire Emblem Warriors: review

Nov 7, 2017

Format: Switch (version reviewed), New 3DS/2DS Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Nintendo, Koei Tecmo Developer: Team Ninja, Intelligent Systems, Omega Force Players: 1-2 Site: https://fireemblemwarriors.nintendo.com/ Game purchased by reviewer Fire Emblem Warriors is exactly what you’d expect from a Warriors game. Scratch that; it’s exactly what you’d...

Pure Farming 2018 looks oo-arrrsome

Pure Farming 2018 looks oo-arrrsome

Oct 27, 2017

Farming is big business. So much so that Farming Simulator 2017 was quite the hit; something we believe is deservedly so. But we’re not here to talk about that today, we’re here to talk about Pure Farming 2018. Admittedly, we are slightly disappointed it’s not a spin-off of Black Rock Studios’ superb quad biking game Pure. All the same...

Middle-earth: Shadow of War – review

Middle-earth: Shadow of War – review

Oct 23, 2017

Format: PC, PS4, Xbox One Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Warner Brothers Developer: Monolith Productions Players: 1 Site: https://www.shadowofwar.com/ PC code purchased by reviewer; console discs provided by PR Middle-earth: Shadow of War, or Shadow of More War, or whatever other weird title you can think of for the sequel of Middle-earth: Shadow of...

Speedlink Ludicium Gaming Keyboard: hardware review

Speedlink Ludicium Gaming Keyboard: hardware review

Oct 11, 2017

Review unit provided by PR Right. I don’t want to come across as too inflammatory at the outset, but I’m always wary of anything that uses the word “gaming” to describe something. Computer peripherals in particular seem to use this as a buzzword that means “aimed at people who play videogames and also have little to no aesthetic taste”. That...