28 September, 2014

Total War: Rome II - Emperor Edition

Total War: Rome II has seen a huge number of patches and fixes over the year or so since its release, the most recent; Emperor Edition makes some sweeping changes and adds a whole new campaign. Having spent some time directing Antony’s Legions into the maelstrom of civil war that is the Mediterranean, I fully recommended watching both seasons of HBO’s Rome before you play.


25 September, 2014

Destiny – Queen's Wrath Update

This week the timed event Queen’s Wrath is available in Destiny, meaning a new reputation to grind, a new currency (of sorts) to collect and some new loot ripe for farming.



22 September, 2014

Review - Breaking it Down in Dance Central Spotlight

I took a break from wizard hunting and hydra slaying and stepped up to a new challenge; mastering the art of dance. The road to throwing of my shackles of indignation and accepting what Dance Central Spotlight had to offer was a long one, but the reward was sweet (or perhaps sweat). I certainly did not use this as an excuse to listen to objectively awful pop songs for hours on end.



19 September, 2014

Review - Travelling Through Space and Time in Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate

It was somewhere around the time that Joan of Arc, having just freed her French soldiers from the mind control of a flying monkey, nonchalantly asked me – Ryu Hyabusa – to travel back in time to save her boyfriend that I decided I was complete on board with what this game had to offer.




16 September, 2014

Dropcast 03 - Minecrosoft

The Dropcast is here once again. Join Kyle and Matthew as they talk about Microsoft buying Mojang, The new iPhone 6 and iWatch and Bungie's new IP Destiny and why it's such a let down.

13 September, 2014

Review - Destiny, Not A Future I Want To Be Part Of

So Destiny, the big unknown, the world said to be filled with mystery, wonder, and well worth exploring for years. Well there is wonder, the game’s art is fantastic. There is mystery, they literally tell you nothing. And there is certainly nothing worth exploring for more than a few hours, in fact be prepared to replay those few hours, time and time again, because apparently that’s game content.



12 September, 2014

Destiny - Guardian's Scrapbook

For the last few days I have been grinding my way through the beautiful locales of Destiny and taking some snaps along the way! I expect my review will be up tomorrow, a symptom of how much I have to say, not how long the game is.





09 September, 2014

Review - Double the Game, Double the Speed in Velocity 2X

Velocity 2X is a kaleidoscopic nova of vivid cel-shaded graphics and striking synthesized beats. During its voyage across star fields and nebulae filled space, Velocity flourished and evolved from a teleporting sci-fi shoot ‘em-up, in its new form; part platformer, part top-down shooter, and all parts stunning. 




08 September, 2014

Dropcast 02 - Kim Jong Un's Pastries

The Dropcast is back and in a much shorter and regular format. Join Kyle and Matthew as they talk about video games, Attack on Titan and the great and glorious leader Kim Jong Un.

05 September, 2014

The Many Warriors of the East

Tecmo Keoi don't do anything in moderation, the Warriors titles just keep on coming! And here I was worried that we English speaking fans were few and far between; here's a run down on the many Warriors titles of 2014.



02 September, 2014

Review - Playing the Triple Agent in CounterSpy

The world, or perhaps more accurately, the moon is gripped in terror as a cold war arms race between the Socialist Republic and the Imperialists States escalates. You agent, must stop them both.