Category: Features


Fallout 4… Fallout Never Changes…(Except When It Does)

Ah Fallout my old friend. It’s been far too long!

Fallout and I go way, way back. The original Interplay title in the series was one of my formative gaming experience, when I used to have a go in the world when my dad wasn’t on it. In many ways, Fallout and its successor, Fallout 2, are a large part of the reason I’m here typing this at the moment. Read more …

Escape 1

I Can’t Escape: Darkness Review

I suppose you probably don’t need me to tell you that I Can’t Escape: Darkness is an indie horror game available on Steam; the title says it all. Steam has had a cavalcade of indie horror games since the successes of Amnesia: The Dark Descent and more recently Outlast.

For a horror game to stand out from the blood speckled masses, it has to do something special. The question is: does I Can’t Escape: Darkness manage to distinguish itself? Read more …


Konami LaserScope – Gaming Fail

The games industry is a young industry, in the grand scheme of things, and like any of us it has a few moments in its past where it will look back and cringe with embarrassment. Our Gaming Fail series celebrates all these aberrations for what they are; glorious failures; gaming follies of the grandest order.

As part of the series we’ve covered some pretty flawed concepts; from the banality of the photographic “fun” of the Gameboy Camera to the frankly painful idea of using your eyebrows to play games with the Atari Mindlink.

Today’s entry, however, is flawed in its own very special way. Read more …

Triple Bill 1

Horror Show Triple Bill – The Interview, Pregnancy & Hello? Hell…o?

In recent years, there has been a deluge of short indie horror games of fluctuating quality. Every now and then, something special rises to the top of this churning mass, like They Breathe or Home. However, for every interesting little game, there’s ten lazy rip-offs. With that in mind, here are three bitesize horror games for your delight and/or disgust. Read more …