Graham Stephen

November 23, 2017

Be Careful What You Wish For after ‘Star Wars Battlefront II’

When it comes to microtransactions, the question of intervention must be answered: is the regulating hand of the government really what we want?
November 6, 2017

The Untapped Potential of Roguelikes – An Interview with Josh Ge

A four-year labour of love, Cogmind really caught our attention as a special, immersive and unique roguelike that seems to clash against current trends towards roguelikes.
October 29, 2017

‘Cogmind’ is Immersive Science Fiction Done Right

The most immediately striking element of Cogmind is its visual design. Made from the ground up with ASCII character art, the UI is gorgeous.
September 7, 2017

‘Yakuza Kiwami’ Proves That Some Things Get Better With Age

Yakuza Kiwami follows hot on the heels of the prequal and save for a much more compact narrative nothing is drastically different and that's perfect. Yakuza is still the undisputed king of punching bad people in the face very hard and with more Yakuza games potentially on the horizon, it's never been a better time to flex Kiryu's muscles.
August 20, 2017

‘Dusk’ looks to be following hot on the heels of the success of ‘Doom’

If you can remember trying to download Quake’s shareware episodes back in ’96 or hammering your space bar against nondescript looking walls in the original Doom then you should point your boomstick at Dusk over on Steam. Looking like it could be a blood-soaked grab bag of your favourite FPS tropes from yesteryear it features creepy […]