Plague Inc. is a highly realistic simulation game from Ndemic Creations, where the goal is to infect, and then kill the world with a plague from a variety of types. However, there is a lot more depth to this game than simply trying to infect the world, as you have to delve into manipulation of the plague and evolve it in order to overcome research and changing environmental conditions.
Continue reading Plague Inc. Evolved (PC)
I would like to point out that I did receive a Steam Key for the press version from the developer for the purposes of reviewing this game. The game is still in development, so things may change from this review.
Many thanks to Dale of Greeny Games Studio for providing me with the key.
Continue reading Early Access Review: Samphi (PC)
A New Beginning was the first Harvest Moon release which was exclusively for the 3DS. In a slight change to the standard formula used for Harvest Moon games, your goal in this game was not only to work to restore your derelict farm, but also to restore the local town, which had seen a mass exodus of residents in recent times.
Continue reading Harvest Moon 3D: A New Beginning (3DS)
Today, myself and Steve went to the London Gaming Market’s first opening day. The London Gaming Market was held in the Royal National Hotel in Russell Square. We found it easy to get to from London Bridge, with there being both the Russell Square Underground station and several bus routes which stop nearby in Tavistock Square. We both think the location was fairly easy to find walking from Tavistock Square.
Continue reading FireHawk Gaming at the London Gaming Market, 15th November 2015
Star Citizen. Over a hundred massive star systems, hundreds of planets and space stations, and many species including hostile aliens and a massive human empire on the verge of collapse…
And it’s all crowdfunded. Continue reading I’m A Star Citizen – An opinion piece on the biggest game so far
Almost two days ago now, (17th June) both myself and Karen went to see the game at the ACSyndicateTour in South London. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate preview
Both myself and Steve arrived at the Tobacco Dock at 11am, ready for the event, surrounded by excited gamers. One thing I could say is that maybe the event organisers could have found a better way to sign post the event – we had a bit of searching to do when we got to Shadwell DLR!
Continue reading FireHawk Gaming at EGX Rezzed, March 12th, 2015, London
Bravely Default is widely considered to be a follow-up to Square Enix’s “Four Heroes of Light”, released on the DS a few years ago, and is meant to be a return to the more traditional style RPGs. However, in true Square-Enix tradition, it did have a couple of innovations…
Continue reading Bravely Default (3DS)
Democracy 3 is the follow-up to the acclaimed Democracy 2, a political simulator. However, unlike Democracy 2, this Democracy involves real-world countries with their own different needs to be balanced through manipulating different policies and law. There are also a few add-ons for this game, which really do enhance the experience of being a country’s leader.
Continue reading Democracy 3 (PC)
After the enjoyment I had from the first two Harry Potter games on the handheld, it was yet to be seen if I was going to enjoy the first GBA outing for the series that I experienced… Continue reading Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (GBA)