By Neil Merrett Super Mario Party, released on Nintendo Switch in 2018, developed by NDcube Games can be as meaningful or throwaway an experience as we choose for them to […]
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 […]
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 […]
In a week where Nintendo have unveiled a cardboard gaming technology that can double as a VR-enhanced exosuit, and millions reportedly tune in for what will be months of competitive Overwatch, it is a good time to ask what a videogame actually is in 2018.
Signalling a belated end to Squareblind’s Poke-November – you’ll have to forgive the somewhat non-snazzy title – site co-founders Josh and Neil rant about the series’ possible evolution and the […]
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 […]