Platforms: Xbox One, PS4, PC
The first time I ever saw any footage of Bandai Namco’s gruesome puzzle-platformer, Little Nightmares, was at the Golden Joysticks 2016. The trailer appeared on a big screen and from that point I have been following the development of this game very closely. Sharing a similar dark theme to INSIDE and Limbo, games which I enjoyed a lot, it was easy to draw those comparisons and assume the game would deliver the same experience. In actual fact, comparing Little Nightmares to those games would be doing it a disservice, not necessarily because it is a better game but because it delivers an additional experience that was not as obvious in the Playdead’s titles.
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Platforms: Xbox One, PC
Microsoft may have had recent criticism for its’ lack of ‘decent’ Xbox exclusives but Sea Of Thieves is one exclusive that stands out from some of the others. This is a game that relies heavily on teamwork and a real sense of exploration as a team. Basically living the pirates life by finding treasure and taking out anyone who stands in your way from being the best pirate crew to sail the seas! Such a refreshing concept but with the game still going through various technical alphas it would be unfair to give this game an overall score since plenty will be added before the final game launches. Have we seen enough to suggest this game will become one of the great Xbox exclusives?
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Platforms: Xbox One, PC
Only recently have I truly started to enjoy exploration based survival games but when I first heard about Astroneer, it sounded like a game worthy of investing some hours into. The game is in pre-alpha still after releasing in December 2016 and it has developed nicely since it launched with bug fixes and some additional content. What is underlying here though it that the game is thoroughly enjoyable for anyone who has a wonderment with exploring space and the great beyond! But is this the games only appeal? Continue reading “Astroneer Review”
I have managed to get some game time in with the Nintendo Switch this past week since it launched and although the console feels refreshing there are still question marks over how much this console will really change the gaming landscape. Many people believe Nintendo’s console will revolutionise the way we play games or be a catalyst to changes in the gaming world to move to a more dynamic, handheld solution. These are not thoughts that I share and there are some clear reasons why. Continue reading “Nintendo Switch: First Impressions”