Whilst House Marque has set the standard for twin stick shooters this generation, developer 10tons offers a retro offering with Crimsonland. The game originally released in 2003 and its latest version includes such additions such as improved graphics and additional perks, weapons, enemies, and game modes in hopes of remerging in the twin stick market. […]
Nostalgia Bites Back Some of my favourite video game experiences came from the plethora of Point & Click adventures that we just don’t see all that often nowadays. Beneath A Steel Sky, Full Throttle, Discworld 2, Day of the Tentacle and The Neverhood are just some of my personal favourites ever made, however that last […]
We download the 1.0 gigabyte data pack 1.0 release from Konami and take it for a spin in our video review. Along with 70 new player faces, 8 teams, some additional boots, updated transfer signings and kit sponsors, the game has managed to also pack in a few gameplay tweaks for good measure also. Check […]
Grab 3 friends and get ready for a hilarious surprise! Toto Temple Deluxe has been one of the most pleasant surprises of 2015 – it nails local multiplayer perfectly with its interesting game mechanics and fast-paced action. If you’re a fan of games such as Towerfall Ascension or Pix the Cat, this is definitely one […]
We were fortunate enough to get our hands on the Beta before the general public, so we decided to drop our 2 cents on the shape of things. Join the conversation on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/poppingthegs Or Tweet us at: @GSWhores
If there was any bode of warning I would give to a developer creating a twin-stick shooter, it would be that releasing such a game should come with some degree of innovation. With waves of them available throughout the last ten years, it’s hard not to borrow ideas from others and can be very easy […]
Crazy Money Studios brought a much needed zest of side scrolling shoot-em-up action to Xbox One recently and given how quickly the Xbox One store is populating content, you may well have missed it. If you like Zombies and Italians then this is a no brainer! Check out our review for Guns, Gore & Cannoli!
The smell of Bloodweiser and violence is in the air, as Blood Bowl is back to provide brutal fantasy football action yet again. Being a long term fan of the table top game, I’m happy to announce Cyanide Studios’ latest conjuring of teeth-smashing sports strategy goodness stays true to its roots and is sure to […]
The war between FIFA and PES has never been so closely contested. We get our hands on the full retail copy of PES 2016 much to our delight. Check out our full video review of PES2016 and be prepared to buy the game as soon as the video is finished!
For a number of years EA haven’t really had to look over it’s shoulder at it’s competitor Konami. Whilst the PES series has been gathering momentum for the last two years, Konami have failed to capitalise on making up market share on the behemoth that is FIFA. As mentioned in our demo coverage things are […]
As an interactive spiritual successor to Dear Esther, players familiar with The Chinese Rooms previous works will know that they are in for a unique storytelling experience when sitting down with their latest project Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture. As Dr Katherine Collins, Everybody’s Gone To The Rapture will have you undertake one of the […]
We have waited with baited breath regards to the release of the FIFA 16 demo. A chance to play the game in the comfort of our home and play plenty of games gives you a much better insight into how the game plays than at an expo with thousands of people waiting to play behind […]