“Maybe this old pig can’t fly… But he’s still got a bounce in his step!” Attention Hillyans! Cane And Rinse Network members, Tony, Leah, Josh and James have been hard at work, uncovering a 14 […]
In the third of his pieces from the Toronto independent development scene, Ryan Hamann meets Dames Make Games. In early August, 2015, I had the chance to travel to Toronto for the annual convention of […]
“We must strive to cherish their memory and never forget.” With Valiant Hearts: The Great War, Ubisoft Montpellier took on the daunting task of making an accessible, informative interactive experience based around the First World […]
“You have simply given up, and you would have us all do the same.” In our first Assassin’s Creed podcast for over three years we belatedly catch up with the series’ fifth installment, Assassin’s Creed […]
If I’ve learnt anything from Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, it’s that the pirate life definitely isn’t for me. Sure, it sounds thrilling. A wide, open world, ready to plunder. Hidden caves stuffed with long […]
By all logic, Tom Clancy’s Splinter Cell: Blacklist should be a satirical comedy. It’s a good thing then that that’s exactly what the sixth game in the Splinter Cell series – a game with four trademarks […]
James puts on his dunce’s cap and goes to the bottom of the class after the copious tutorials featured in Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon put him to sleep. If you like these Quick Rinse […]
Darren Gargette deliberately loses the plot in order to focus on Far Cry 3’s many diversions. If you like these Quick Rinse videos you can find many more (and a few other bits and bobs) […]
“Like it or not, the world has changed.” In Ubisoft’s I Am Alive you play as an unnamed man trying to reach his partner and child in an America left in ruins by a mysterious […]
Josh and Darren push their gaming skills to the limit with RedLynx’s rock-hard Trials Evolution.
A co-op Quick Rinse of Ubisoft’s intriguing Outland Josh and Darren frolic together in the Super Metroid/Ikaruga mash-up that is Housemarque‘s pulchritudinous 2011 downloadable title. Xbox 360 version shown.
Darren Forman reflects upon his time in San Francisco The storyline of Driver: San Francisco picks right up from where the notoriously awful Driv3r left off. Detective John Tanner, having put his arch nemesis Charles […]