This 2007 PS3 RPG from now-defunct Japanese developer Game Republic really was something special – and it’s a criminal shame that it never got the sequel it deserved.
That exciting feeling when you uncover a hidden gem down at the local secondhand game shop.
Zone of the Enders is embarrassingly short, repetitive, packed with piss-poor weapons and has a plot that makes no sense. … More
The traditional ‘summer games drought’ comes as something of a relief for those, like I, who are imbued with a … More
I’ve played Flow and Flower before – two of Thatgamecompany’s earlier games, both imbued with an ethereal feel and gameplay … More
A few minutes into Uncharted 2, and it’s already apparent that it’s leagues ahead of the previous game, both in … More
I finally got around to getting a PS3 in December 2013, and since then I’ve been gradually playing through some … More
I thoroughly enjoyed TellTale’s take on The Walking Dead. The second season lost its way towards the end, with a … More
My first impressions of Heavy Rain weren’t great. After a protracted installation session, I was wholly underwhelmed by the game’s … More
What-ho, chums! A lot has happened since our last tete á tete back in October. I’m currently ‘on tour’, as … More
Seven years after its launch in the UK, I can finally give you my first impressions of the PS3. Here … More
When we created our rundown of the best games of the generation a couple of months back, I took Sir … More
The PS4 and Xbox One have now both launched in the UK, so the question is, which one am I … More
I have been on holidays for the last week and for a large part of that I have been sitting … More