Metro: Last Light is as atmospheric as its predecessor, despite sacrificing some of what made the original so unique. Beware: spoilers. Nuclear apocalypse has been a popular theme this console […]
Luxuria Superbia may be Tale Of Tales’ most straightforward game yet, but that doesn’t mean it won’t challenge established conventions and push boundaries. I know enough Latin to recognise two […]
“We must say that there are as many squares as there are numbers” Darren Gargette gets into shapes and squares up to give us a Quick Rinse of Mike Bithell’s […]
Darren Gargette gives us a sample of Terry Cavanagh’s action twitch video game, Super Hexagon – with music by Chipzel. Originally released for iOS in September 2012. If you like […]
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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.
Minecraft claims two more victims as Josh pops round for cake at Darren’s crib, but Darren has other plans, luring him first to his secret underground lair and ultimately through […]
Darren Gargette shows us just how far you can get in two weeks/60 hours of Blizzard’s latest.