The coronavirus pandemic is going to make it a weird year in games.
I caught up with the self-declared “pretentious hipster nerd guy” behind Thomas Was Alone and John Wick Hex at the Yorkshire Games Festival.
Rather than accepting them into its back, like the Famicom did.
I spoke to former developers at Pyro Studios for a huge feature in Retro Gamer issue 204.
The Studio Ghibli-style visuals are sublime.
Let’s go for a walk.
A rather belated rundown of the games we’re looking forward to this year.
I spoke to the folks behind some of the leading retro gaming podcasts for a feature in issue 203 of Retro Gamer.
I can’t stop touching my Dark Samus. Send help.
It’s been a busy year.
It’s that time again – here’s our pick of the best games of the year.
I give up. There are too many games. Who has time for all this?
I wrote about the anarchic 2000s TV show for this month’s issue.
Time for a father and son moment.
Check out this huge feature in the 200th issue of Retro Gamer.
Murder, On Boat.
The new game from the Pokemon developers is inspired by board games – the type with massive rulebooks that still remain confusing even after hours of play.
But it’s gonna take money / A whole lot of spending money / It’s gonna take plenty of money / To do it right, child.
Outer Wilds and Graveyard Keeper excel at confusion.
Kick, punch, it’s all in the mind.
Beyond a Steel Sky! Iron Man VR! Eastward! More! All the greatest games from EGX London.
All together now! Eiiiiighty days around the world, we’ll find a pot of gold, just sitting where the rainbow’s ending…
The essential game to bring to your next rooftop Switch wine party.
It turns out it might have had something to do with Germany.
A rogue-like in which it is thrillingly easy to do yourself a mischief.
Wonky combat, crappy frame rates, dull environments. This… is not good.
If David Lynch built a landship.
Not perfect, but a lot better.
HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK HONK