With Christmas just around the corner it can be a tough time buying presents for all your friends and family. There’s mixed opinions about buying second-hand video games for others and a lot of people wonder; is it okay to give pre-owned games as gifts?
In the grim darkness of the far future, (where there is – apparently – only war), dilapidated space-borne freightliners called “Space Hulks” drift, abandoned in deep space and almost forgotten by their original owners. But they are not empty, far from it, just like the rat-infested ghost ships of the 20th century, these 41st millennium analogues are teeming with scaly, bug-like creatures called Genestealers.
It’s not often that we review DLC, but this is arguably Nintendo’s biggest and most considered attempt, bringing them closer in-line to a more modern business model that so many of us are now familiar with. Whilst a lot of companies seem to exploit it, how does the Mario Kart 8 DLC shape up?
I love playing pool. It’s a game I’ve enjoyed playing for numerous years with my Dad and friends. Recently one of my favourite places to play closed down. On the same day I heard the news, I was asked to review a copy of Pure Pool for the Xbox One. Strange coincidence? Let’s see how this game matches up against the real thing…
This year I attended my first gaming event – Play Expo 2014, hosted by Replay Events at EventCity in Manchester. It promised a huge variety of retro games/consoles, arcade units, indie developers, special guests, movie props, pinball tables and more! Did it deliver…?
There’s less than a week to go now until Play Expo 2014! This will officially be the first event I’ve ever attended, after unfortunately having to miss out on a few this year due to other commitments. I am incredibly excited about it and counting down the days!