Review | Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen (NSW)

Being quite the fan of the fantasy genre, it’s with excitement that I approached this Dragon’s Dogma: Dark Arisen review. A Switch port of an enhanced version of a Playstation 3 era title, this game really needed to be special to prove it was still relevant in today’s market.

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Review | Killer7 (Steam)

Certain niche games fade into obscurity and others live on in infamy through cult followings, Killer7 fits into the latter category. Sometimes this following could be argued as being undeserved, and it is undeniable that Killer7 was met with divided response when it was released in 2005. However, now that it is coming to Steam, with refinements to cater to modern audiences, it’s worth a second look to see what all the fuss was about.

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Preview | Hands-On With The Siege And The Sandfox (EGX Rezzed)

Stumbling around EGX Rezzed, I chanced upon a large variety of games of a myriad of genres, but I found myself drawn to a particular aesthetic and found a game I hadn’t expected. Created by a small team of 5 known as Cardboard Sword with development beginning in 2015, The Siege and The Sandfox is, for the lack of a better term, a 2D stealth adventure. I’d like to point out before I start that the demo I played is unfinished, so some of the things I say about it might change before release, but how is the game in its current state and are there any things I found out about The Siege and the Sandfox that may change it in the future? Continue reading “Preview | Hands-On With The Siege And The Sandfox (EGX Rezzed)”

Let’s Talk About | Bloodborne – Five Tips For New Hunters

In case you might have missed it, Bloodborne was released recently as one of this month’s free games as part of the Playstation Plus rewards. Bloodborne is an, at times, incredibly challenging game pitting your skill against often insurmountable looking odds. The gothic Victorian setting, smatterings of Lovecraft and frantic, feral combat set it apart from it’s cousins in the Souls series; but it’s undeniable that it has retained the core of difficulty despite the momentum shift. So, if you are making your first journey into the cursed streets of Yharnam, welcome and I hope that the following five beginners tips help you to “git gud” (I really hate that term). Continue reading “Let’s Talk About | Bloodborne – Five Tips For New Hunters”