The Gravity Rush 2 servers have shut down just a year and a half after the game’s release. I spent the last night sampling as much online stuff as I could.
With just two days to go until the server shutdown, I haven’t even scratched the surface of Gravity Rush 2’s online content.
Amid all the ultraviolence and samey sequels, a few genuine delights peeked out from behind the curtain at E3 2018. WARNING: THIS LIST DOES NOT INCLUDE CYBERPUNK 2077.
Writing about games for a living? Sounds amazing, right? Well, like everything, it’s best done in moderation.
Cloud saves, a few NES games and some smartphone app features are the sweeteners you’ll get when Nintendo starts charging you to play Switch games online – in other words, the bare minimum.
They say never meet your heroes. Just stand a few feet away from them instead and stare with your mouth open.
It’s halfway through day one, and the coffee has stopped working.
I”ll be at EGX Rezzed for the whole weekend – but I’m already worrying how I’m going to fit everything in. If you’re going to be at the show, come say hi!
It feels like I only just got my PS4. I’m in no rush to splash out on a brand new console.
It’s all gone, just like that. Grainger Games has shut its remaining stores. And it’s another grim disappointment to add to the hardships of North-East England.
Grainger Games is in trouble – and there are worrying signs about UK video game retailers in general.
This game is just so damn good I can’t stop playing it.
Forma.8 was recently given away on PS Plus, and this metroidvania-but-with-spaceships has quickly become a firm favourite in The Manor.
Collecting useless information about tenants, like whether they enjoy chess, seems comical at first. But then people start dying.
I’ve spent most of my life wishing there were more games like Super Metroid, and now there’s a ton of them. Bring it on.
Bob’s best is finally shown off in all its glory.
RIP Bob Wakelin. He created some of the most iconic cover art of the eighties and nineties, but there’s one cover in particular that stands out for me – Wizkid.
When I heard that Nintendo was making a new announcement, I never dreamt it would be interactive cardboard toys. But now I want all of them.
‘Tis a sad day, for Baron Richenbaum Fotchenstein is leaving us. Which begs the question, who on earth is going to review all the scary games now he’s gone?
As the dying embers of 2017 fall into the grate and 2018 roars into life, now is a good time to reflect on the achievements of the past year.