I don’t play online games. There was about a month there in 2010 where Battlefield: Bad Company 2 on the trusty PlayStation 3 was the Sandy to my Danny Zuko. And it’s about to fly away.
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Monty Python-esque point and click.
New player unlocked.
Dog lovers, rejoice!
And all the money goes to a phenomenal cause. #BlackLivesMatter
A real piece of gaming history.
A rogue-like in which it is thrillingly easy to do yourself a mischief.
Not perfect, but a lot better.
Very good boy 12/10.
Thunder Lotus has unveiled a ‘cosy management game about dying’.
The intriguing mix of survival mechanics and deck building makes Nowhere Prophet one to watch.
This shoot ’em up is an essential purchase if you own a Switch.
Inkle responds to criticism with a quick-travel option.
This point and click adventure looks very promising indeed.
Ubisoft’s excellent 2003 cel-shaded shooter is getting the remake treatment in November. Quelle surprise!
London is remarkably different now, one of many sweeping changes to Failbetter’s game.
I’d love to catch up with AMAP readers and other games writers.
I did a feature on the Amiga CD32 for the latest issue of the magazine.
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.
This remake of the excellent 2009 visual novel is essentially a playable version of the 2011 anime series.
Have a listen to this podcast from back in 2011, in which we discuss what made Resident Evil 2 so damn good.
Ninjas are cool, aren’t they? I shall brook no argument on this.
The gorgeous mousey PC adventure is finally heading to consoles.
The rules are simple – find an indie game you’ve never heard of before, then tweet about it using #DiscoverIndies.
Just under ten quid for a quality Metroidvania title.
Have a very Happy Holidays, see you in the New Year!
Goose sock puppets! A fuzzy goose T-shirt! Untitled Goose Game has got some seriously lovely merch.
Starfox, Mario Kart and Pokemon like you’ve never seen them before.