Out five years this year, Team Fortress 2 has been played and enjoyed by millions. After a year as a free-to-play game, has Team Fortress 2 retained its unique blend of class-based fun or has the weight of all the items on the Mann Store and all those free-to-play gamers crushed the quality of this… Continue reading Free to Play: Team Fortress 2
Author: Declan Murphy
His dream is to one day have an entire room as a dedicated games library, wowing friends and scaring away potential wives.
Free to Play: Tribes:Ascend
For the next few weeks as we wait on the launch of Planetside 2, I’ll be taking a look at what the FPS genre has to offer in the Free to Play market culminating in a critical analysis of how each one handles the model and which one offers the most bang for your….uhhh…lint? First… Continue reading Free to Play: Tribes:Ascend
Shameful Gaming Month
Shameless Gaming Month is something a lot of the writers and the folks over on the X-Talk forums are participating in. As many did last year, they’re completing the uncompleted, playing the unplayed, and perhaps getting around to letting go of that one game they didn’t want to finish simply because they didn’t want it… Continue reading Shameful Gaming Month
Some time ago, a game under development caught my eye. Strongly influenced by classics such as Wolfenstien 3D and Doom, Wrack brings the player back to a simpler time in FPS history. The demo build I received from the developers, Final Boss Entertainment, may only have contained three levels but it was enough to make… Continue reading Hands-On: Wrack
Back to Basic: The Indie Surge
Over the last few years, we’ve seen a great resurgence of indie development. Harking back to the era of the ZX Spectrum and Commodore 64, games with no more than a single developer have been making it big on every platform imaginable. In this article we take a look over the history of indie development… Continue reading Back to Basic: The Indie Surge
My Game of the Year: The Witcher 2
As the year now draws to a close, I’m forced (through the use of whips and canes) to choose my Game of the Year. After much thought and the sacrifice of two hens to the gods of decision-making, I can think of no better game to receive my nomination than The Witcher 2.
Review: Hard Reset
Discover 5 ways you can reset your body today. Regardless of how healthy you eat and how much exercise you get in, there are ways we need to reset mentally and emotionally to help optimize our health. I know how it feels too, it can be really frustrating if you feel sluggish and tired even if… Continue reading Review: Hard Reset
A Perfect Fit
Sport (/spɔːt/) 1. an activity involving physical exertion and skill in which an individual or team competes against another or others for entertainment.
Review: Legend Of Fae
From first sight, Legend of Fae had my interest. It’s a game in the same vein as Bejeweled or Puzzle Quest where you swap orbs around a box to make a column or a row of three matching orbs. So, nothing too revolutionary there then. It does, however, have something extra on top (literally). Is… Continue reading Review: Legend Of Fae
Created over the course of a few months, Terraria seemed to be just another cash-in on the Minecraft-mania that has swept over the gaming world in the last year or so….And it is, but it’s an enjoyable cash-in nonetheless. At its core, Terraria is a 2D side-scrolling platformer but beyond that is a thick crust… Continue reading Review: Terraria
Review: The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings
The Witcher games are dark fantasy games set in a world heavily influenced by European myths and culture and based upon the works of Andrzej Sapkowski who twists classic fairytales into grim, adult stories. Kings rule the land while nobles get fat off the sweat of peasants. To add colour to the world, there are… Continue reading Review: The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings