In this review, Mike and Darren face their fears and the demon feeding off them to talk all things It!
In this debate, Mike and Darren discuss downloadable content in all its forms, to answer a question: Which type of DLC is the worst?
In this review, Mike and Darren speed off for the heist of the century and steal a look at Lucky Logan!
And so we reach the end of the road for another 30 Days of Stuff, and once again we had a bunch of ideas that didn't make the cut for content this time around, for a multitude of reasons that totally wasn't laziness. Here's another 10 things we could have written, but didn't.
Hey, have you heard the news? Gaming giants Bethesda, famous for The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series, have picked up the licence to make a Game Of Thrones game! Isn't that great? Well, it would be if it was true, but sadly it's another elaborate hoax to get clickbait traffic. Thanks, Buzzfeed. Anyway, TV shows and movies are no strangers to being turned into games. 90% of the time they're god awful, but sometimes they can be real gems. But in the current Renaissance of TV, there are some candidates that are equally as good as Game Of Thrones that would lend themselves well to the world of gaming. Here are five of the best examples I could come up with today.
In this review, Mike and Darren suit up and make tenuous friendships to tackle The Defenders!
Proverbs are great. They're little ditties of truth wrapped up with good moral fibre. Thing is, society has changed a little since the day of Aesop, Chaucer and your nan. To quote billionaire hypocrite Bob Geldof, 'the times, they are a-changin'. So lets get some of the English languages most well-known phrases bang up to date!
Video games are notorious for announcing themselves to the world and then disappearing into the aether, or in some occasions are hinted at by developers or speculated on by fans and become a part of the cultural zeitgeist. The poster boy for 'games you will never play' is of course Half Life 3/Half Life 2: Episode 3 (Delete as appropriate, they're basically the same thing anyway and you will never play it). But today's shocking blog post from HL3/HL2:E3's ex-lead writer Marc Laidlaw essentially tells an in-character story of the events that would bring the Half Life franchise to a close. At this point, it's essentially fan fiction, but this level of depth coming from the lead writer of the now-assumed dead game has lit the flames of interest in the meme-ified not-game once again.
But it's not the only game you may never play, there are tons more! Here are 5 of them:
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