Squareblind’s Neil Merrett came within touching distance of a real world videogame icon this month – David Pipe and the rest of the world just didn’t know it.
A review. Or how micro-transactions can kill a great game. OK, we don’t review the latest games. In fact, we don’t review games at all in a traditional sense. But […]
Game devs and gamers alike seem to love digital card games. Hearthstone is the daddy, but far from the only game. More recently, the pace seems to have picked up and when we hear game announcements: Many franchises are spooling up their own card games.
The Games Awards will tonight crown 2017’s Game of The Year. Hotly contested, as the caliber as been so high this year. Only time will tell if 2017 becomes gaming’s […]
Wrapping up our poorly named Pokémon themed month: What’s next for everyone’s favorite pocket monsters? Elsewhere Firstly, lets set up a caveat for this gaze into my crystal pokeball: We’re […]
Pokemon Go hinted at a wild, feral existence living in our broadband, offering a form of solace and surprise in an increasingly digital world. Yet without the main game’s series narrative and adventure to forge relationships the series, the spin-off app and Nintendo appears to be falling short of the more emotive potential of the series.
Neil’s had his Mario Month… It’s time for Josh’s month of Pokémon to celebrate Ultra Sun and Moon on the 17th. We’ve got a month of Pokémon content coming up […]