Irrational Games, as we know it, have dissolved into the ether and in their tragic wake fans everywhere will come to rely on Burial At Sea: Episode 2 to receive any form of closure to what has been an absorbing ...

Metal Gear Solid is undoubtedly one of gaming’s finest achievements. A few years ago, having not even played a MGS title, I could still have easily identified the trademark gravel voice of David Hayter and the “!” iconography due to ...

WARNING: This review will wholeheartedly document the journey of a complete and utter noob. So the time has come… the next stage of BETA testing for The Elder Scrolls Online has gone public. I must admit, this was a game ...

When it comes to the world of media and videogames, I consider myself a very lucky chap indeed. I often find myself having lengthy discussions with friends talking about how we were always the ‘right’ age as youngsters for things ...

New system. New hands. Same old CJ. As a huge fan of Rockstar Games and, in particular, the groundbreaking title that was Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas – I made a conscious effort never to revisit Los Santos until I ...

Maybe it’s Infinity Ward. Maybe it’s the exciting buzz of the ‘next generation’. Or maybe it’s the fact I’m actually good at this one… Yet to me, Call of Duty: Ghosts is as fresh and entertaining as the COD franchise ...

‘Is it someone new?’ asks the preacher in BioShock Infinite, poetically harking back to the ghoulish splicer’s welcoming sentiment in 2007’s BioShock. Back in March 2013, this was just sheer fan service – an intelligent pat on the back for ...

Take the overlooked eccentricities from Kane & Lynch, a plot-line that wouldn’t go amiss in a Breaking Bad episode & sarcastic humour that intelligently conceals a strong social commentary and you begin to scratch the surface of what GTA V ...

Take the rough concept of Audiosurf, add some Doritos Crash Course-style obstacles and a funky animation style and what do you get? A game that should probably come free with a pair of Dr. Dre Beats – Rush Bros! Rush ...

I love the word ‘Revelations’. It seems to be used a lot these days as a way of stimulating audiences with a promise of an intriguing expose – although ironically it’s only ever been used in various types of below-average ...

With the release of the new Stark Trek movie ‘Into Darkness’ looming on the horizon – Namco Bandai and Digital Extremes bring gamers an original Trekkie adventure set in a timeline taking place between the two films. Now within the ...

BioShock Infinite has affected me beyond all doubt. I’ve not stopped thinking about it for the past few days – those final 17 minutes playing in repeat over and over in my mind like a ‘tear’ in my brains space-time ...

‘Is it someone new?’ Four words. Four seemingly innocuous words that, to the average gamer, mean very little. Yet to hardcore fans of the BioShock series these will be the first things you attach yourself to as you are welcomed ...

As of September 2011, The Gears of War trilogy had successfully bowed out on a high. It tore its hefty chainsaw-lancer through the wallets of gamers worldwide but in the process it seemed to reach its own limitations and exhaust ...

Yesterday I sat in a Namco Funscape arcade, deep in the heart of Westminster in London town.  As I sipped my way through a whisky coke and sucked on a Chupa Chup I’d earned from a generous claw-machine, I stopped ...

Dead Space 3 is the game we’ve all been waiting for, yet sadly – for me at least – it’s not the game I wanted. If you’ve ever read my reviews or articles you’ll know I’m a massive horror game ...