“Mein Leben!” In this, our third podcast on the Wolfenstein series of games, James, Brian and Tony discuss Raven Software’s 2009 addition to the series – Wolfenstein. We also include […]
Destiny is emblematic of the sort of videogames that killed my desire to play much of anything in the past couple of months. The mainstay of Destiny is its shooting, […]
“Burning… doing… the neutron… DANCE…” Darren Gargette delivers a post-game commentary of a multiplayer match between four players on Blizzard Entertainment‘s celebrated real time strategy game StarCraft II: Wings of […]
We’re back and, hell, it’s about time. The field is calm with the fog of war seperating our two teams and nobody knows who is going to strike first and […]
When it was first announced that StarCraft ll was going to be split into three parts, fans were somewhat upset. To be fair, It did kind of sound like Blizzard […]
Quake 4 is more like Doom 3 than it is like Quake III. It’s also quite a bit like Quake II, but not much like the original Quake at all. […]
In his latest id Software Quick Rinse, Darren Gargette bottles out of playing Quake III: Arena veterans online in favour of some low skill AI. PC version shown.
Darren Gargette’s id Software retrospective continues with 1997’s Quake II. PC version shown.
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.
Darren Forman absorbs Radical Entertainment’s Prototype 2. Punch yourself in the face with glee, foolish minions, for I have been playing Prototype 2 as of late. That’s right. I expected […]
Darren tries to put your fears at bay with a less intimidating view of StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, one of the world’s most popular real time strategy games. This […]