Technobabylon: review

Technobabylon: review

May 21, 2015

Format: PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Wadjet Eye Games Developer: Technocrat Games Players: 1 Site: http://www.wadjeteyegames.com/games/technobabylon/ Game code provided by PR With Technobabylon, Wadjet Eye Games once again delves into the realm of science fiction, this time developed by the debuting Technocrat Games. Joining the likes of the excellent...

Toren: review

Toren: review

May 12, 2015

Format: PS4, PC Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Versus Evil Developer: Swordtales Players: 1 Site: http://toren-game.com/#/home Game code provided by PR Toren is a very heavily story-led game. It takes elements from myths such as the stories of Icarus, Sisyphus, and the tower of Babel; but people who buy The Sun needn’t feel left out, as there’s...

Shadowrun Chronicles – Boston Lockdown: review

Shadowrun Chronicles – Boston Lockdown: review

May 11, 2015

Format: PC (version reviewed), Mac Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Nordic Games Developer: Cliffhanger Productions Players: 1-4 (online only) Site: http://www.shadowrun.com/shadowrun-online/ Game code provided by the publisher Shadowrun Chronicles is an interesting, challenging game, which does some good things and some bad things. It’s also had to deal with...

Guild of Dungeoneering: Hands-on

Guild of Dungeoneering: Hands-on

May 8, 2015

Game code provided by PR Arguably, the best thing about pen and paper RPGs is the group of people you play with, closely followed by the fluid and dynamic nature of each game that builds as you go along. Whilst videogames have done a superb job of completely killing the social aspect of these games, they’ve done lots when it comes to mapping out your quest as...

Banjo-Threeie in All But Name – Yooka-Laylee

Banjo-Threeie in All But Name – Yooka-Laylee

May 2, 2015

Yooka-Laylee is a spiritual successor to the fondly remembered and still available 3D platformer Banjo-Kazooie series that has not seen a new game since the polarizing Banjo Kazooie: Nuts and Bolts. It’s being made by Ex-Rare staff at Playtonic Games and funded through Kickstarter, which has surpassed the £1,000,000 (which is $1,513,850...

Arkham Knight season pass is wait, how much, seriously?

Arkham Knight season pass is wait, how much, seriously?

Apr 28, 2015

The season pass for the new Batman game is going to cost anybody foolish enough to buy it £32.99. That will buy you content released over a six month period (so perhaps there’ll be another season afterwards!) including dress-up costumes for Batman and his car, challenge maps, race tracks for Batman’s car to brrm-brrm around, more...