A Big Toothy Grin of a Game – Maneater (PC Review)

Posted by - June 17, 2020
As much as the sea's most fearsome predator has dominated the realms of B-Movies, they've never had quite the same luck making waves in video games. Sure there have been many games which use sharks effectively, here's looking at you, Cyber-Shark from Far Cry: Blood Dragon but nothing has really captured the visceral nature of

An Extraordinary Voyage – Deliver Us The Moon (PS4 Review)

Posted by - May 30, 2020

I’ve said it before and I will say it again, give me ten hours of well-formed story over 100+ of sprawling, unfocussed exploration. I think there seems to be a tendency within modern gaming to feel like you have to be providing an appropriate amount of gameplay to make the price worth it but frankly,

GreedFall Sets Sail for September 10

Posted by - July 13, 2019
In another incredibly imaginative world dreamt up by the visionaries at Spiders, GreedFall, published by Focus Home Interactive, takes you to the mysterious island of Teer Fradee to uncover the mysteries and secrets behind the shadowy goings-on there. A relentless disease ravages the population and the only thing that can cure it might be found on the

Blasphemous Crawls onto Xbox One, PlayStation 4 & Nintendo Switch

Posted by - June 4, 2019
Spain is one of the most pious countries in the world, so it's either a big surprise or none at all (depending on how you feel about papists) that Spanish-based independent developer The Game Kitchen is bringing it's bastard-hard action-platformer Blasphemous, to all the consoles. Blasphemous is a grotesque hellish landscape filled with all of the underworld's most

Someday You’ll Return Shines a Light on a New Trailer

Posted by - March 13, 2019
Video games aren't necessarily known for trying out new ideas when it comes to giving people the creeps. It's mostly just the same old cliches of zombies, aliens and tired old Cthulhu tropes. So when VultureHound saw this trailer, we were immediately intrigued. It begins with a man giving a group of young children a

Discover The Forgotten City on Xbox One in 2019

Posted by - March 11, 2019
Mods for video games are often little distractions that extend the value of existing properties. They are usually things like graphical upgrades, UI updates and silly extra skins that turn your enemies into The Macho Man Randy Savage. It's rare that a mod provides a substantial amount of actual game content, environments to explore, characters

How Esports Makes Money – Nate Nanzer, Commissioner of Overwatch League

Posted by - November 19, 2018
While at Leader’s week in Stamford Bridge (for more you can read our stories on the talks given by Triple H, and the team behind Venom’s marketing campaign) Vice President and Commissioner of Blizzard’s Overwatch League, Nate Nanzer, gave a talk on how Esports captures that magic triangle of audience, investors, sponsors. Nanzer was asked

Just Cause 4 Panoramic Trailer has Exploded onto the Internet

Posted by - October 26, 2018
Just Cause 4, the latest entry in one of the biggest fireworks displays in all of gaming, is coming to Xbox One, PC and PS4 on December 4th courtesy of Square Enix and Avalanche Studios. To whet our appetites, Square have released their 4K, panoramic trailer, custom-made for Paris Games Week to the general public.