Reviews

SkyScrappers for Nintendo Switch

The Nintendo Switch is a great platform for indie titles old and new. SkyScrappers originally landed on Steam and consoles back in 2015 but now it makes a return and this time, it's the turn of the Switch to offer another platform for this fast paced fighting game to make its return. SkyScrappers is a┬ávertical… Continue reading SkyScrappers for Nintendo Switch

Reviews

Windjamming onto the Switch

Some of the slightly older generation of gamers among you (namely those around my age) might remember a NeoGeo classic by the name of Windjammers. Originally made by Data East in 1994, honestly it's not one that I actually remember, but that is probably because I never had a NeoGeo, nor played in arcades in… Continue reading Windjamming onto the Switch

Reviews

Catastronauts

For those of you who checked out our EGX Rezzed 2018 coverage, you may remember this game catching our eye! Now we at Darkworld Gaming love a party game, especially if it's frantic, chaotic and can cause shouting and general merriment. Catastronauts certainly fits into that category and we are fortunate enough to be able… Continue reading Catastronauts

Events, Reviews

DesignPlayDisrupt at the V&A

When we saw that the Victoria & Albert Museum in London was holding a video game exhibition until February, we had to find an opportunity to go along. We wanted to share our experience of the exhibition and hopefully encourage anyone visiting London in the next few months to try and attend! DesignPlayDisrupt opens with… Continue reading DesignPlayDisrupt at the V&A

Reviews

The Walking Dead Episode Two: Suffer The Children

Before we begin, prior to the release of the second episode of the Final Season of The Walking Dead, Telltale Games was hit with extensive layoffs. It is with a heavy heart that I have decided to approach this review about this episode on its merits as an individual installment and potentially the final episode… Continue reading The Walking Dead Episode Two: Suffer The Children