The Technomancer Review | Is there life on Mars?

It’s been a while since I sank my teeth into a decent sci-fi RPG. My love affair with the genre dates back to the criminally underrated Anachronox, & more recently the Mass Effect trilogy. As such, I was intrigued to play through The Technomancer – from the makers of Mars: …

Xbox E3 2016 Press Conference Highlights | Microsoft’s killer app is everywhere

Well, damn. Phil Spencer promised to give us something memorable, but I honestly wasn’t expecting it to be the best Microsoft presser in years. The new hardware was there, the massive gaming lineup was there, but the connectivity with PC was without a doubt the central theme of the show. …

E3 2016 Press Conference Guide | When & where to watch this year’s shows

It’s almost that time of the year again, where gamers stand by for the big news to emerge from E3. As usual, the press conferences will range from mid afternoon to the early hours for us in the UK, but this year will see a number of changes to the …

Tom Clancy’s The Division Review | Survival of the fittest

Having spent over two weeks in The Division, I’ve come to the realisation that I would be terrible in the wake of a biological attack. For starters, I would be handing over all of my provisions in the hopes of being the height of fashion. Then there’s the fact I …

Kingdom Come: Deliverance Preview | Deliver me a living world RPG

Last week I was shown a demonstration of the latest build for the upcoming RPG Kingdom Come: Deliverance. Developers Martin Ziegler and Tobias Stolz-Zwilling from Warhorse Studios were on hand to answer my questions about the demonstration, show me what they’ve been able to accomplish so far, and give some insight …

Tom Clancy’s The Division Closed Beta Impressions | In a New York minute

Ever since its impressive reveal back at E3 2013, my enthusiasm for The Division waned to the point where I wasn’t interested at all. A lack of gameplay and lost faith in Ubisoft’s products (having been disappointed by Unity and The Crew) meant I didn’t want to get my hopes …

Zombie Army Trilogy Hands-on Impressions

I quite like co-op games. There’s something about working together with your friends and overcoming the challenges thrown at you that that just can’t be beat. Then again, I quite like showing that I’m better than everyone else. Thankfully, the upcoming Zombie Army Trilogy from Rebellion Developments looks to cover …