Category: New in Gaming

Planet Alpha Joins Team17 Label, Announces 2018 Release

Danish developer Adrian Lazar, ex IO dev and having worked on such games as Hitman (2017), Hitman: Absolution and Kane and Lynch 2: Dog Days, has teamed up with UK publisher Team17 with the intention of bringing his solo project, over four years in the making, to PC, XboxOne, Playstation4 and Nintendo Switch in 2018. […]

Netherworld Kickstarter Enters It’s Last Week!

This exciting little pixel-art RPG from Italian developer HungryPixel has entered it’s last week on kickstarter having achieved 80 percent of it’s goal and are now pushing for the final funding and beyond, hoping to provide some of the content included in their stretch goals. Netherworld will be a quaint and curious side-scrolling adventure game […]

The Coolest Thing a Gamer Can Do

More often than not, we hear a lot about how spiteful gamers can be. Everything from Swatting to shooting mom in the head over a video game. It’s no wonder video games get a bad rep when these are the headlines! How about the other end of the spectrum? How about when two gamers bond […]

Elite Dangerous: Beyond Chapter 1 Approaches Release

Frontier, the devs behind Elite dangerous and the amazingly successful Planet Coaster started 2018 by announcing a new raft of updates for their flagship space-themed MMO. Players were promised a new season of updates to follow on the frankly creeping cycle after their first large “expansion” dubbed horizons in 2015. Frontier have been criticised in […]

Unlimited: the Indie Game Review

Introduction The game Unlimited certainly has a lot of flaws, but I believe there is some hope in its future if the developers play their cards right. This game is in early access and under a month old, having been released on July 19th, 2017. The game is being developed by Tbjbu2, clargon, Trentipoo, Elad […]

Indie Spotlight Review: Software Inc.

Software Inc

So for our first indie review, I couldn’t of picked a worse game. Not because it’s a bad game or anything, no, quite the contrary actually. Software Inc. is one of those uniquely interesting games that has many analogues but not one just quite like it. It’s an awesome mix between micro-management and creative freedom […]