The 1980’s was a notable decade for home entertainment, as that’s when home consoles suddenly became a thing, and households across UK and America started to realise just how much fun they could be. There’s so many iconic titles that made their first appearance, that are still loved to this day. One of these titles that still holds a special place in the memories of the older crowd of gamers today, is Paperboy. A game about being a paperboy who obviously delivers papers was p
Tetris is one of the most we’ll know, iconic and best selling games in the history of gaming. It’s instantly recognisable, addictive and fun to play, that we can’t deny. Now we have Tetra’s Escape which has taken a winning formula, and combined the Tetris shapes, known as Tetraminos, and made a platform/puzzle game out of it. Sounds good, right? Whilst the game isn’t going to set the world alight, it’s a unique twist on the popular Tetris shapes in its own puzzle game. Levels
Gamescon 2018 will be featuring cult hit Farming Simulator 19, with a host of new features included in the latest entry into the farming series. Don’t act like you’re not interested. So what are we going to get in Farming Simulator 19 you ask? Well carry on reading. Ridable Horses New crops to harvest New detailed maps The franchises biggest ever garage Graphics overhaul Promising to be the biggest game in the series with over 300 vehicles included from leading brands like Jo
Drunk Fu: Wasted Masters was originally released for Android on the 13th August 2015, now recently it has been ported over to Steam and the Xbox One, the latter is the version I have been given for review.
Developed and published by Rusto Games, a company based in Finland. I personally have never heard of them before doing the review but from what I've seen I would like to play anymore games they have available in the future or have done in the past. Drunk Fu is a simple
Games Workshop are a name that’s known by many, and for good reason. Warhammer 40,000 being that reason. Making its way from table top once more to console and PC, is Warhammer: Inquisitor-Martyr. An Action/RPG being developed by Neocore Games, whose precious work has consisted of The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing trilogy and the Deathtrap spin-off which has seen some favourable responses for the most part. Now they’ve tried their hands at a Warhammer game, which feels