For those waiting for the return of Command & Conquer, the wait has been long and arduous. That wait, it seems, isn’t quite over but there is confirmation that EA is still thinking about the property. Command & Conquer Rivals takes the series onto mobile platforms. Continue reading E3 2018: Command & Conquer is back, but its a mobile game now
Motorola is one of those phone manufacturers that is perhaps better represented in the mid-range than it is in the higher-range. Their upper-tier offerings are solid, more than capable of holding their own against the likes of Samsung and HTC. For whatever reason, luxury handsets have become the bread-and-butter of the larger makers rather than the more down-to-earth models and its into this gap that the Moto X4 comfortably slips. Continue reading Tech Review: Motorola X4: Keep it simple
Nintendo’s next major push into the mobile market looks to be its biggest yet. Mario Kart Tour puts the series back in your pocket and on your iOS or Android smart device.
Continue reading Mario Kart Tour might be about to bring blue shell rage to your mobile device
I am still waiting for my dream Batman game to materialise. This non-existent game would essentially be LA Noire and the Batman IP draped over it, steeped in the World’s Greatest Detective side of the character moreso than the Caped Crusader. I am fully aware that it would probably sell about four copies. Throughout Batman: The Telltale Series, and here again in the first episode of its sequel, Batman: The Enemy Within – The Telltale Series, it feels at times like that’s the Batman game Telltale would quite like to make too. Continue reading Video Games Review: Batman: The Enemy Within – Ep. 1 (PC, 2017) sets a grim, complex tone for Season 2
South Park Studios and Ubisoft have announced a brand new mobile game, Phone Destroyer, during Ubi’s 2017 E3 press brief. Continue reading E3 2017: South Park: Phone Destroyer is the mobile game we’ve been waiting for
Following last episodes tragic conclusion, Ties That Bind: Part II opened fairly solemnly in comparison. But that was about the quietest the second instalment got as it rounded out its two hour play time with twists and healthy does of action. Continue reading Video Game Review: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Ties That Bind: Part II (PS4, 2017) puts character ahead of action and wins big
Lets face it. While Telltale’s three-part Michonne series was an enjoyable enough romp, it could be argued that it’s existence served as a means to placate gamers until the main event rolled along. Because for all of Telltale’s impressive takes on pop culture’s most iconic franchises (Game of Thrones, Minecraft, Batman) their Walking Dead games are unequivocally their premier product.
Continue reading Video Game Review: The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Ties That Bind: Part I (PS4, 2017)
After much begging and cursing Niantic have finally given us their biggest announcement since the mega successful Pokemon Go app debuted in July of last year. That announcement is Generation 2, and we’re talking an actual Gen 2 release, not a bunch of baby Pokemon you can only hatch from eggs. Sometime over the next week the now iconic smartphone game will release around 80 new Pokemon from the Gold and Silver installments of the beloved Nintendo franchise, along with a few new game mechanics that sound like they’ll be significant enough to reverse the dwindling interest in the app. Continue reading Pokemon Go evolves at last: Gen 2 monsters and new game mechanics coming this week
Following rumours earlier in the month that Generation 2 Pokemon were on their way to Pokemon GO, Niantic have released the game’s major holiday update. Select Gen 2 monsters (that’s the Gold and Silver era for those of us old enough to have been around for that) are now appearing in Pokemon GO and there’s never been a better time to get back out there and start hatching those eggs. Continue reading Pokemon GO‘s holiday event begins, Gen 2 monsters begin to appear
Telltale Games have announced their next episodic adventure series during The Game Awards 2016. Guardians of the Galaxy will be the company’s first foray into the Marvel universe. Continue reading Telltale’s first Marvel adventure series is Guardians of the Galaxy