Tag Archive | game
I have a bunch of game keys and vouchers and so on that I’ll never use because I already have copies of the games. So, I’m going to give them away to you. If you see something you like below, get in contact with me! If possible, follow and tweet me @matt_porter44 telling me what […]
Last week I was invited to London to check out Dragon’s Prophet, a new mmorpg where you can tame dragons. Read my full preview here. I’m not much of an mmo guy lately, but there were some cool features on show. Thanks for reading.
This game’s been around for ages, but it only just came out on Steam. Read my full review here. Thanks for reading.
This game won the Grand Prize at the IGF in 2010, and now it’s finally out for us to play. And you should play it. Read my full review here. Thanks for reading.
This happens all the time. You’re watching a movie and see a face, or you’re playing a game and hear a voice, and suddenly you think “where do I know him from?”, and promptly rush to IMDB to find out what else they were in. Here are some of the most iconic and prolific video […]
It’s been a week since my last one, apologies. I was away for a few days, and I’ve also been writing up a preview of Deadpool, which will be posted later this week at some point. Let’s get back to business though. If you want to travel fast, you’re going to need a fast travel […]
Last time I left you with the notion of random encounters in games. The first time I ever encountered them as a gamer was when I was around seven or eight years old in Pokémon Blue. If you venture into the long grass, sooner or later you are going to come across a Pokémon. The few […]
Last time we left off with indie developers. Not long ago, these were the guys who were making small games that barely anyone took any notice of. However, these days independent game makers are creating some of the most innovative and exciting products out there. They don’t have the huge teams and big budgets of larger […]
Games are pretty simple as a concept. For the most part, you play them for entertainment. They are designed to give the user a fun experience. The language we use to talk about games is a more tricky subject however. It can range from obtuse, technical descriptions to absurd hyperbole. My aim with this series […]
I went to London a couple of weeks ago to meet David Brevik and some of the guys from Gazillion. They showed me Marvel Heroes, a new action rpg mmo, where you can play as your favourite Marvel superhero with a bunch of your friends. Check out my full preview here. Thanks for reading.