id Software re-released Doom 3 in (arguably) ‘enhanced’ form in 2012 by way of the BFG Edition. Warning: viewers may be exposed to effeminate screaming. PC version shown.
2012: A phenomenal year for smaller development teams working in the downloadable space I can’t remember another year where these games have been in such high quantity and quality. Ironically it has also been the […]
It’s a bit like Plants Vs. Zombies but there are no plants. Or zombies. Darren Gargette posits The Final Solution in Robot Entertainment’s Orcs Must Die!
Darren G samples the latest version of Valve’s long-running and absurdly popular tactical FPS, Counter-Strike. PC version shown.
Josh takes a look at the highlight of 2012’s Xbox Summer of Arcade promotion, Dust: An Elysian Tail. Josh and Cane & Rinse would like to thank developer Humble Hearts for providing a free copy.
“Death is the wish of some, the relief of many, and the end of all.” The original Darksiders didn’t really have any new ideas it could call its own. But by drawing inspiration from disparate […]
Darren Forman revisits his 1980’s childhood via WayForward’s (Contra 4, A Boy & His Blob, Mighty Flip Champs, Mighty Switch Force) affectionate piss-take of/homage to Technos’ 1987 original: Double Dragon Neon.
Darren G. ponders a life without Gold for Xbox Live. At the time of writing this, Microsoft no longer consider the phrase “Silver” acceptable for non-paying members of Xbox Live. “Free” is the term and […]
One thing that bothers me about modern game design is the very small pool of inspiration creators choose to draw from. You can build skyscrapers with the number of space marine shooters and Tolkien inspired […]