Game Review: The Medium

Released: 28 January 2021 Rating: PEGI 18 (Extreme Violence, Strong Language) When it comes to horror, few franchises are as fondly remembered as Silent Hill. The series’ eerie titular locale and grotesque creatures are as iconic as the surrounding fog, or that time an adorable dog turned out to be behind everything. There have been […]Read More

Game Review: Haven

Released: December 2020 Rating: M 17+ (Nudity, Sexual Content, Violence, Use of Drugs and Alcohol) As Madness once sang, “Nothing more, nothing less, love is the best” – an undisputed notion, of course, one that also informs the latest sci-fi adventure from Montpellier-based studio The Game Bakers. Haven (2020) has the player exploring the fractured […]Read More

Spiritfarer’s Complicated Relationship with Materialism

Firstly, A Great Management Sim It’s been a few months now since the release of Thunderlotus’ excellent Spiritfarer on all major platforms. In a year full of bombastic releases across the medium, whether it be Doom Eternal’s demon-slaying shenanigans or The Last of Us: Part 2’s revenge tale or even more updates for the numerous […]Read More

‘The Medium’ Delayed To 2021

Xbox Series X/S exclusive The Medium has been delayed by developers Bloober Team, with the new release date set as the 28th January 2021. The latest psychological horror was due to be released on December 10th before the announcement. In a statement, Bloober Team explained the decision.  “It wasn’t an easy choice to make, but […]Read More

Bill Nighy, Aimee Lee Wood Cast in Post-WW2 Drama ‘Living’

British acting royalty Bill Nighy (Love Actually, Hot Fuzz) has been cast alongside the excellent Aimee Lou Wood (Sex Education) in Living, an English-language adaptation of Akira Kurosawa’s 1952 film Ikiru. The film will be written by Nobel Prize winner Kazou Ishiguro (Never Let Me Go, Remains of the Day) with South African director Oliver […]Read More

7 Weird And Wonderful Panels From PAX Online x EGX

One of the many smaller losses as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic is the loss of physical games conventions. The numerous flashy booths constructed from pure marketing power, the fun conversations with tired indie devs on the final day, the overpriced snacks on the convention floor. I suppose there’s some cool games as well. […]Read More

Voting Opens For Golden Joystick Awards 2020

GamesRadar today announced that public voting has opened for the 2020 Golden Joystick Awards, which will be an online ceremony as with similar awards events this year. 18 categories are available for the public to vote on, including awards for Nintendo, Playstation, PC and Xbox Games of the Year respectively. Additional key categories available for […]Read More