Unravel is a beautiful game, but does it's gameplay live up to it's graphics? Whether it's swinging across tree branches, riding kites or rolling up snowballs Unravel has a unique charm to it.
2018 has been a monumental year for games whether that be from Triple A titles to heart-warming indies there’s been a huge range of quality titles for gamers to choose from.
Recently one of this generations most anticipated RPGS, CD Projekt Red’s Cyberpunk 2077 boldly announced it would be entirely first person. What followed was a surge of backlash from fans across the world but why?
Video games can be used as a means of escapism for many of us. They can be a way to let off steam, have fun and relax but for those with disabilities access to this form of media can be a lot harder. One charity is working to change that and use games for the better.
From its dazzling water colour style visuals to its intriguing isometric view transistor is a sight to behold. It’s a beautiful and touching sci–fi experience with a layered combat system and a myriad of ways to play.
Featuring an interview with Olly Bennett (Managing director at Cardboard Sword) we dive into the world of independent games development.