This point and click adventure looks very promising indeed.
Rockstar mistakes complication for realism.
Ubisoft’s excellent 2003 cel-shaded shooter is getting the remake treatment in November. Quelle surprise!
I wrote a feature for Retro Gamer about the Casio Loopy, an utterly fascinating Japan-only 1990s console that was aimed solely at girls.
Although not without its flaws, Heaven’s Vault proves that archaeology and video games make a compelling mix.
And from TV programmes, too, not to mention a sort of proto-Internet run by the Post Office. The 80s were crazy times. I wrote about it all in a feature for Wireframe magazine.
It’s a mix of genetic implant pottery, psychological bartending and a great big dollop of conspiracy theory. Lovely.
I wrote a couple of chapters and a few other bits and bobs for Convergence, Charlie Fink’s excellent new book about augmented reality.
London is remarkably different now, one of many sweeping changes to Failbetter’s game.
Guntastic! Partisans 1941! Afterparty! LUNA! Here’s my pick of the greatest games from this year’s EGX Rezzed.
Perhaps there’s a reason why Intelligent Systems stopped making Advance Wars in favour of Fire Emblem?
I’d love to catch up with AMAP readers and other games writers.
The N64 game, despite its crude polygons, holds up surprisingly well in this Switch port from Nightdive Studios.
Sure, streaming games might be unfeasible if your internet is slow, but it could be great for kids who can’t afford a new console.
I did a feature on the Amiga CD32 for the latest issue of the magazine.
Review is this. Puzzler is good. Confused is reader. Game is genius. Baba is brilliant.
Think of that bit in Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, except with rats that can strip a man to the bone in 30 seconds.
A puzzler with hidden depths – but perhaps an offputting level of initial complexity.
This is it, old friend.
This is a game you watch, rather than play. And that’s fine if you’ve never seen the anime it’s based on – but if you have, get ready for some deja vu.