It is possible to describe Celeste as both an old school platformer where you jump A LOT, and a more modern, intimate game about facing up to and embracing the unlikely sources of companionship and support required when facing up to personal hang ups and anxieties.
Drake, the world’s teenagers and even their dogs appear to be playing Fortnite. The Switch is also wildly popular. Yet never the two will meet. Let’s look at why and […]
By Neil Merrett In the first of an ongoing series of features and podcasts, Squareblind is looking at the storied and somewhat perilous history of videogame movies and their […]
I’ve watched coverage of the latest Nintendo Direct three times and I spent seven hours playing Zelda the same day. What have I become? A history of gaming As I […]
Is Monster Hunter World’s initial complexity and esoteric nature designed as a deliberate part of the game’s challenge, or unintended development choices? The answer is probably somewhere in the middle
Shock news… Golf Story is a great game. And it’s a great simulation of Golf. Sure it’s a fantastically off-the-wall RPG, but it also captures how golf ruins your life […]
Forgot baseball and golf, as the PyeongChang 2018 Olympic Winter Games draws to a close, we consider the greatest sports games ever to hit the Wii and Wii U consoles – Curling