Final Fantasy XIV’s Trust System Brings A Single-Player Experience To The MMORPG

This year’s Final Fantasy XIV Fan Festival in Las Vegas has played host to a number of big announcements, including the reveal of the game’s next major expansion in the shape of Shadowbringers, and amongst them one of the most interesting was the Trust NPC system. Final Fantasy XI players may well recognise the name, […]

Reflections on Red Dead Redemption 2 • The Game Fanatics

“It’s a big country…”- Dutch and the rest of his tight-knit gang of outlaws often proclaim. It’s a thinly-veiled statement they use to justify their ceaseless running from the law; the law being a persistent cloud following their every misguided turn. It’s a tragic sentimentality they share, and even Dutch who seemingly is twelve steps […]

The Room Three on Steam

13 November The button has been pressed! The Room Three is available now on Steam for PC!! has been the most frequently requested title since the launch of the original mobile version back in 2015. Over the past year we’ve been working hard to upgrade all visuals htroughout the game to bring the mysterious […]

Strategy Shooter Void Bastards Announced for Xbox One and PC

Publisher Humble Bundle and developer Blue Manchu have announced strategy shooter Void Bastards for Xbox One and PC. It will launch in 2019 as an Xbox Game Pass title on day one. Check Out the Void Bastards Announcement Trailer: Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page: “Forget everything you know about […]

Psychedelica of the Ashen Hawk Review – Dude Looks Like A Lady

With every year that goes by, the more we think that these otome games are a bit like buses. You wait all year for a story-driven romancey visual novel game to come along, and then suddenly, three turn up pretty much at once. This year’s selection comes from publisher Aksys and long-time otome developers Otomate, […]

This Week, We ‘Ave Mostly Been Playing… #20 – GameSpew

The Shapeshifting Detective Is Pumpkin Spice season over already? Halloween feels long gone already and those of us having to cope with another 365 days until next Halloween are curling up with a game for comfort on these long, cold nights. November and December seem to be prime time for gaming so, we’re really looking […]

Tetris Effect Review

Whether it’s the greyscale monochrome of a battered Game Boy or the bright colours of a flatscreen TV, Alexey Pajitnov’s exquisitely simple Tetris has an almost hypnotic effect. When you stop playing your brain can’t quite let those six shapes go, projecting them onto the back of your eyelids, the side of buildings, or the […]