Publisher: Messhof Developer: Messhof Format Reviewed: PC Provided By: Messhof Price: £10.99/$15.99 Nidhogg 2 combines intense high stakes combat with retro charm to create a fun local-multiplayer experience. Like gladiatorial combat, Nidhogg 2 is grotesque and challenging, with each move potentially being your last. Each match will have you repeatedly duel your opponent as you try to push […]
Jokes & boycotts aside, Left 4 Dead is still very much alive. Valve are releasing ‘The Sacrifice’ DLC in October (for both Left 4 Dead and Left 4 Dead 2) and, in typical Valve fashion, they’re doing it in a spectacular way. This time, we get a humongous comic graphic novel, granularly released over 4 […]
The first episode of ‘Doctor Who : The Adventure Games’ (ugh) has arrived for PC (the Mac version is due on the 15th). If you’re in the UK, you can get it now, whilst everyone else will have to wait for some sort of retail release – details of which might well be forthcoming in […]
A decent Doctor Who game has been a long time coming, not least because until ~2005 the licenses owners considered it a lost cause. Out to rectify that, the BBC have announced that 4 episodic adventures will be released free* as companions to the new series starring Matt Smith. Developed by perennial British development house […]
Valve have been teasing us with an ARG since releasing mysterious new updates to their fantastic 2007 FPP (that’s First Person Puzzler for you in the back who arrived late – yes, I saw you come in) last month. Mysterious Transmissions… Party Escort Submission Positions… BSODs during GDC presentations… What could it mean?
Like it says on the tin really…
For the majority of the Mac owners out there, your gaming fix has been provided largely by one the following: a small cusp of developers (notably Blizzard or the odd indie) who realise that OpenGL is actually a better language than DirectX a porting company (probably Aspyr *spit*) using BootCamp, which begs the question, why […]
Andrew Bryant has found the perfect solution to reaching that jar on the top shelf!
Blizzard don’t do things by half, even though their penny-pushing paymasters at that hideous Activision Vivendi conglomerate would rather the obscene amounts of money just keep coming in rather than being spent on frivolous events. Still, BlizzCon is running and it’s giving us loads of Blizzard-related information. This post will be updated as more crucial […]
After famously making foofs of themselves by stating that the oh so mediocre Star Wars: Force Unleashed wouldn’t run adequately on sub-$4000 home computers (but would happily run on the Xbox 360, PS3, Wii, PS2, nGage, Atari 2600, ColecoVision and C64 – among others), LEC have finally stepped up to the plate and have decided […]