The year’s end is upon us once more and that means yearly wrap pieces. It’s been a pretty amazing year in the games industry. Microsoft launched the most powerful console ever made, and Nintendo released an altogether new one. We saw AAA disasters, runaway indie successes and an combative relationship with microtransactions as publishers figure out how to include revenue streams that don’t rub players the wrong way. With that in mind, lets take a look at what The Iris team thought ranked as their Top 5 games for 2017. Continue reading The Iris’ 2017 Game of the Year Top 10
I don’t do well in carnival haunted houses. If you want to test my loyalty and devotion as a friend or loved one, do not accompany me into a house of horrors. You could be the most important person in the world to me and I will throw you under the spooky-ass bus if it means I can escape.
Imagine my horror then when I discovered that Resident Evil 7 is basically one long trip through a carnival haunted house. Continue reading Video Games Review: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (Xbox One, 2017) takes the series back to basics and in an entirely new direction
Considering the last games I played were Marvel vs. Capcom 3 and Resident Evil 5, getting to spend time with Resident Evil 7: Biohazard , which just so happens to be part of a franchise that I cherish, was a really nice way to get back on the horse. Doubly so because it utilises a feature altogether new to me: virtual reality. Continue reading Video Games First Impressions: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard VR Demo (R18+) (PSVR, 2017)
Capcom have released a brand new Resident Evil 7 trailer which shows off some of the games intense action scenes, and gives players a first-person invitation to a horrifying dinner party at the Baker Mansion, which is sure to send a shiver down your spine. Continue reading Resident Evil 7 drop a new trailer and demo update