I do not get why people hate on Call of Duty every year.
Any game that has regular instalments you can moan and whine about being "The Same".
Madden, Fifa, Street Fighter, Assassin's Creed, Batman etc
It has to be relatively similar otherwise people would also moan the game has "left its roots" or "changed beyond recognition".
We have all done it....
Been sat in a conversation with a group of people talking about a game or a film we haven't seen or played and attempted to join in even though our knowledge of the game is total lies.
so I thought I would compile a list of the top 15 videogames I have never played. Anyone who loves any of these give me some advice as to what I should play first.
At Gamescon this week Blizzard announced the Release date for its new expansion as November 13th 2014.
As a teacher I often feel conflicted as releasing an expansion over the summer would be ideal.
The CGI cinematics produced by Blizzard were breathtaking and well worth a watch.
So join us on November 13th 2014..... I will be there :)
"Tokyo Mirage Session #FE Encore" is an unusual game that has no right to exist.
Gun Gun Pixies is the latest titillating anime game to hit the Switch but anime boobs aside is this game worth the price of admission?
Senran Kagura Peach Ball is an easy game to describe in that it is a mature anime pinball game but getting across what this game really is is a bit of a tricky one.
Back in January there were reports that the visual novel "Judgment 7: Our World Is Ended" was being released for Nintendo Switch and that it was also coming to the West.
If you played the original back in the 90s upon loading up Toe Jam & Earl: Back in the Groove you are instantly hit with a flood of nostalgia as you feel like you are picking up right where you
From the moment I loaded up Darkside Detective it absolutely oozes with charm. The game is a point and click adventure broken up into a selection different cases.