It's been a long wait but Detroit: Become Human finally arrived on PS4 on 25th May after the initial showing of 'Kara' back in 2012 which depicted an android confirming what her duties were only to then start showing signs of thinking for herself. If you are familiar with Quantic Dream, you will have heard… Continue reading Detroit: Become Human
If there’s one thing I’m terrible at, it’s insulting people. There are a couple of reasons for this. Firstly, I’m not a horrible person and I really dislike offending people and secondly, I'm not good at comebacks so combining a swear word or similar with a well-loved food item is my usual go to. Prepare… Continue reading Oh Sir…! The Review
As a child of the 80's the first game I truly fell in love with was Zelda for the SNES, so when I saw screenshots of Stranger Things (for mobile devices) I went straight to the App Store to download. First I need to admit, that I watched the TV show after completing the game,… Continue reading Reader Review: Stranger Things
People often talk about the “Rose Tinted Glasses of Nostalgia” and you often remember things with a fondness that perhaps they might not warrant. However, Thimbleweed Park, developed and published by Terrible Toybox, is a new game; so how on earth does it tug on all those nostalgic heart strings? Thimbleweed Park is the latest… Continue reading Welcome to Thimbleweed Park. Population: 80 nutcases.
My fiancée is often a good arbiter of taste when it comes to computer gaming. Not a gamer herself, she has often watched and engrossed herself in a story-driven game such as the GTA series or her personal favourite, Red Dead Redemption. However, the first time I talked about Prison Architect, I was met with… Continue reading Prison Architect Review