Whether you call it a roly-poly, a forward role or a diving dodge, this evasive manoeuvre is now as much of a staple of modern videogaming as shooting and jumping – perhaps there is no better example of this than in Enter the Gungeon
Were you to strip Shadow of War of its Tolkien-inspired setting and story, what you would have is a fully functioning, highly entertaining spite simulator.
If conscience does make cowards of us all; two different 2D shooters take a very different approach to conveying violence with very different consequences for living out our inner action hero.
Compared to other turn-based strategy games such as Vandal Hearts, Dark Crystal is a much messier and complex game to play through.
Toss a coin to your Netflix – the moral ambiguity of the Witcher was not the only video game adaptation attempted by the streaming giant over Christmas, with saccharine sit-com Fuller House offering some useful insight on Rocket League and its role as a communications tool
IT was once common for every blockbuster movie to have a faintly recognisable videogame that tenuously tried to let you live out you own silver screen adventure in faintly similar ways. In celebrating 10 years of film journalism from our friends at Battle Royale with Cheese, we ponder where our rushed Black Panther game has gone.
In the first of a new series of podcasts considering just what exactly is a videogame movie, we start off with 2018’s Ready Player One.
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 […]
Every videogame starts as an unknown world full of strangers, its value is often in understanding and conquering its mysteries and rules.