Gears of War: Ultimate Edition, a remastered version of the original title, has launched on the Xbox One. David Wriglesworth reviews.
Following the reveal of a major game, social-networking websites are buzzing with excitement, as gamers spend weeks, months, sometimes even years waiting for screenshots, interviews, teaser trailers and gameplay videos to trickle into the public before the game’s highly anticipated launch.
Unfortunately, not all video games that are announced see the light of day, despite months of rumours and speculation.Continue Reading "10 Video Games That Never Saw the Light of Day"
In recent years, crowdfunding has proved a popular platform for developers to raise vital funds for their projects, no matter how ambitious they might be. One of the many success stories of crowdfunding is Over the Moon – a small studio founded by John Warner in 2013. The studio reached 224% of its funding goal on Kickstarter within a couple of months, and went on to release The Fall on Steam in May 2014. Since then, the first episode of the three-part series has trickled its way onto consoles.Continue Reading "Review: The Fall"
By and large, Tower of Guns is a mash-up of three genres: bullet hell games, old-school first-person shooters and roguelikes. Think Doom and Quake, but with the intensity ramped up a few notches.Continue Reading "Review: Tower of Guns"
Having started out as a joke prototype from an internal one-month game jam, Goat Simulator has been a major talking point amongst the PC community. Over a year on from its original release, the goat has arrived on pastures new, as it makes its debut on the Xbox One.Continue Reading "Review: Goat Simulator"
Back in 1999, gamers racked up countless hours on Rollercoaster Tycoon, building theme parks with a multitude of thrilling rides and attractions. Fast forward to 2015, and the development team behind the original Rollercoaster Tycoon are back with ScreamRide on the Xbox One and Xbox 360.Continue Reading "Preview: ScreamRide"