Boundless is a pretty cool looking Minecraft style MMOG. And frankly I’m never going to have the time to play it.
Set in the Cold War, this XCOM-a-like strategy game spins a complicated, sometimes bewildering web of espionage, intrigue and layers of game systems.
My preview feature on Night Call is in issue 322 – and I’m very excited to see my words in print.
Funny, clever and utterly gorgeous, Unforeseen Incidents has quickly risen to become my favourite ever point and click adventure.
I spoke to the modder who discovered this tiny, catastrophic bug in Aliens: Colonial Marines as part of his three-year overhaul of the game.
An intriguing, narrative-driven puzzler, Lake Ridden harks back to the heyday of Myst as protagonist Marie searches for her lost sister.
As temperatures plummet in the middle of the Victorian age, you’ll need a heart of ice to decide who lives and who dies.
It’s Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas: The Video Game, but without the bats. Disco Elysium is shaping up to be a cracking isometric RPG with superb dialogue.
The latest in the Total War line is a wonderful retelling of the story of Alfred the Great. Although if you’re feeling unpatriotic, you can smite Britons by playing the Vikings as well.
Terraforming Mars is coming to a PC near you in 2018, with all of its shonky public-domain artwork intact. Depending on your perspective, this is either a very good thing or a very bad thing.
State of Mind is a promising techno-thriller from point and click experts Daedalic Entertainment, with a distinctive low-poly look.
Skating horses in Second Life, an unstoppable virus in World of Warcraft and the one-letter mistake that stuffed the AI in Aliens: Colonial Marines – I sought out some funny bug stories for a feature in PCGamesN.
A beautiful aquatic adventure freshly released from Early Access – and all the better for years of improvements.
The Fuel Rats are trying to rescue a player who has been stranded where no human has gone before. And it’s all because of mugs.
Grim Dawn or Grim YAWN?
Super Metroid and a roguelike had a secret love child and just left it on your porch
Definitely the best arthritis/ulcer simulator I’ve ever played.
The Thargoids popped up recently in Elite: Dangerous, and I talked to a group that’s working out what they want and where they came from. It involves everything from barnacles to genocide, with a bit of torture thrown in for good measure.
Halloween is upon us, and Bonbon is the perfect game to get you in the mood. A toddler, a 1980s house and a giant monster – what could possibly go wrong?
Return to Zork was a sequel to the semi-popular series of text adventures in the 80’s, simply titled Zork. It was the first game … More