Grim Dawn or Grim YAWN?
Just had to share these sweet Monster Hunter World skills.
This week: why Monster Hunter World is flipping amazing, how Mario can make pensioners’ brains better, and a list of the funniest games ever.
Star Wars is my jam. I love it. At one point I was so into the hit-and-miss extended universe malarky…
Floppy disks gradually de-magnetise over time – so-called bit rot. I spoke to groups who are trying to save old Amiga games before they’re lost forever.
The closest you’ll come to finding out what it’s like to be a giant robot…for now.
Pointless collectibles, gated story content, questionable DLC practices, so-called ‘free to play’… No, just no.
This week: driving a virtual bus for money, the game that can never be remade, Death Stranding, Bayonetta 3, and Little King’s Story. And BAYONETTA 3.
A Twitter post on a bizarrely proportioned character in Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has generated a surprising amount of venom for something so trivial.
A Metroidvania all about magnets and creepy towers, with some surprisingly dark storylines.
Help, my hands are trapped inside a strange mechanical box and I can only get free if you click here now!
Wouldn’t it be amazing if Nintendo made a Game Boy Mini? If they did, here are the games they should definitely put on it…
Rive is Two Tribes’ swansong, as the company has sadly decided to cease game development. But is this Switch shoot ’em up a fitting finale?
Gravity Rush Remastered! Dillon’s Rolling Western! Horizon: Zero Dawn! So many discounts on such great games.
Could this be the game to cleanse the palate of the disappointing taste of EVE: Valkyrie, or will it make my space madness even worse?
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The Monster Hunter World beta finally persuaded me to join PS Plus – helped by the fact that Amazon is offering 1 year’s membership for £36.85/$39.99.
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