This year EGX moved from the NEC in Birmingham to the Excel in London. Whether you are a fan of the change in location or not, you can’t deny that EGX still remains one of the biggest gaming conventions in the UK offering opportunities for publishers and developers to showcase their titles, stages for content… Continue reading EGX 2019
For those of you who have been following Darkworld Gaming for a while now, you will be well aware that Overcooked captured our hearts in 2016 when it was released and quickly became one of our favourite party games to enjoy with friends… so much so that as soon as it became available on the… Continue reading Overcooked 2!
When I was younger, I played a lot of Donkey Kong Country, Gex: Deep Cover Gecko, Spyro the Dragon and dabbled in Banjo-Kazooie. So many hours spent running around these highly enjoyable platformers collecting things and solving puzzles when I should have been doing homework. Fast forward a decade (or two) and the creative minds… Continue reading Yooka-Laylee: Return of the old-school?
Kuniku and I were delighted to attend EGX Rezzed at the stunning Tobacco Dock in London this March as we love checking out the indie games on offer. Now usually when we attend EGX, Kuniku is distracted by all of the Street Fighter action happening in the Fight Zone so we made sure he managed… Continue reading EGX Rezzed 2017 Round Up Part 1
Cast your mind back to EGX and you may remember I came across Overcooked developed by Ghost Town Games at the Team 17 stand surrounded by a crowd of people wearing chefs hats. I liked the potential of Overcooked and what it could bring to a party of friends who fancied a change from the… Continue reading Overcooked: The Review