Reviews

Better Late Than Never: Journey

Before you say 'How has it taken you this long to play Journey?' followed by comments questioning where I have been or am I completely mad, I sadly must admit that other games and life got in the way meaning that it was never a good time to experience Journey. But as part of my… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Journey

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Crusader Kings II review

Dynastic simulator, RPG, Conquest Strategy, Historical simulator, these are just a couple of tags that could be used to describe Paradox Interactive's Crusader Kings II. This title is one of those games where you are probably not even aware of it unless you are interested in history or have played other titles made by Paradox… Continue reading Crusader Kings II review

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Better Late Than Never: Gone Home

Following a tally up of all of the games in my pile of titles I have shamefully not played yet, I have decided to do a mini series dedicated to finally taking some time to ticking them off the list! These titles span across indie, triple As and maybe even some games I wanted to… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Gone Home

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DMC: Devil May Cry Review

Devil May Cry first burst onto the PS2 in 2001. The game followed the anti-hero called Dante on a somewhat plotless grind through a castle. Dante was armed with a melee weapon, duel pistols, daft white hair, a bad attitude and a seriously barbed tongue. It was this barbed tongue and fluid combination style hack… Continue reading DMC: Devil May Cry Review

Opinions

Darkworld Picks: The Games of 2017

It’s that time of year again when the team here at Darkworld Gaming cast their minds back and try to decide on the games that provided the best stories, entertainment and experiences during 2017. Looking back, there have been so many great titles to choose from and we have tried to cover as many as… Continue reading Darkworld Picks: The Games of 2017