Limbo is a heart wrenching indie platformer from developers Playdead. It’s a bleak, unnerving tale of a young boy making his way through the darkness, trying to avoid the perilous traps and monstrous creatures that lurk there.
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.
Gambling is a big issue in the UK with over 400,000 problem gamblers according to the Gambling Commission. Commonly, gambling is pictured as slot machines, race betting and so on, but now it’s becoming more prevalent in a new medium: gaming.
Horror is a huge part of the gaming medium with standout titles such as Silent Hill and Resident Evil, classic series that have been cemented in gaming history. Games can be much more immersive and terrifying than movies at times, as you actually have to participate and you can’t do so hiding behind a pillow. If they are so terrifying though, why are they selling so well and why do we go back and play them time after time?We sat down with Sociologist and fear expert Margee Kerr to find out.
Newcastle is becoming widely regarded in the gaming industry as of late, perhaps one of its most well-known companies it houses is Ubisoft reflections responsible for many franchises including Assassins Creed. However, it also houses a selection of Independent games companies one of which being Nosebleed Interactive.
With Celeste, a game touching on issues of mental health recently winning best independent and games for impact at the 2018 game of the year awards it shows that it’s not just huge action orientated games being held dear to gamers.