PSN name change feature is (finally) coming

PSN name change feature is (finally) coming

Oct 14, 2018

It’s been rumoured for a while now, but Sony have finally announced that they will allow users to change their PlayStation Network IDs from early 2019. A beta test for the feature will take place soon as part of the PlayStation Preview Program, with select users who have signed up for earlier PS4 software beta updates getting a chance to test the new...

Shu: Switch review

Shu: Switch review

Jan 25, 2018

Format: Switch (Reviewed), PS4, PC, Vita (yes, really) Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Coatsink Software Developer: Coatsink Software, Secret Lunch Players: 1 Site: http://coatsink.com/games/shu/ Game code provided by the developer Already sitting comfortably on a few other formats for a while, Shu has now made its way to Switch, bringing the DLC with...

We need a cure for Destinyitis

We need a cure for Destinyitis

Nov 9, 2017

Confession time; I’m not a big fan of Destiny (the game, not the abstract concept of predetermined events). I mean, it’s okay, but the fact that so many people are borderline obsessed with it baffles me. If you love it – and, statistically, you probably do – I’m cool with that. You’ve found a game that gives you pleasure, and that you’re getting...

The Count Lucanor: review

The Count Lucanor: review

Nov 6, 2017

Format: Switch (version reviewed), PS4, Xbone, Vita Unleashed: Out Now (Switch), TBC (PS4, Xbone, Vita) Publisher: Merge Games Developer: Baroque Decay Players: 1 Site: http://www.thecountlucanor.com/ Game code provided by the publisher The Count Lucanor from Baroque Decay is an adventure game featuring a strange mix of horror and puzzles. It features a...

(not so) Grumpy Gurevitz: Gamers, gamers, everywhere!

(not so) Grumpy Gurevitz: Gamers, gamers, everywhere!

Nov 2, 2017

Wow, what a year so far. Is this a golden year in gaming? Let’s see what we have here, in our little gaming industry. We have, a choice of not one but two PlayStation 4 consoles, and the same for the Xbox Platform. PC is still going strong, with a ton of specialist gaming-tailored solutions, from cool chassis options to game-centric GPUs such as the AMD...

The Binding of Isaac Afterbirth +: Switch review

The Binding of Isaac Afterbirth +: Switch review

Oct 16, 2017

Format: Switch (version reviewed), PC, PS4, Vita, Xbone, Wii U, 3DS, iOS Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Headup Games (Switch), Nicalis (everything else) Developer: Nicalis Players: 1-4 (offline only) Site: http://bindingofisaac.com/ Game cartridge provided by the publisher Prince taught us what it sounds like when doves cry. It’s sort of “HEEEE!” if...