Detroit: Become Human is about the choices we make for our characters, and the results will play out throughout the course of the game. Choosing how you interact with whoever you encounter could result in assistance or alienation, and possibly even death for one of the three leads.
Playing the new God of War is very close to a new experience for me, and I’m walking in minus any potential baggage that may come from being a fan of the originals. For that, I’m extremely grateful.
Because God of War is epic.
BBP! guest writer Gabriel Marcoccia takes on Tesla vs. Lovecraft, which pits two unlikely rivals in an intense, thematically accurate, top down dual stick shooter.
‘The Council’ just so happens to be – despite a few notable flaws – my favourite thing I’ve played so far this year.
Mulaka is a third-person hack-and-slash adventure with somewhat underdeveloped platforming elements that borrows its storyline and in-game locale from northern Mexico’s indigenous Tarahumara
For the gamers out there, the last few weeks have seen some fun releases hit digital and physical store shelves. One was a pretty big deal, the other has gone a little under the radar – depending on your system, they’re both well worth your time.
So many video games have come out this year, it’s hard to choose the best ones to throw on a recommendation list. But, I’m going to try. You’ll find recos and links to previous reviews here, including games for adults only and some for kids and families.
Next years brings movie goers Avengers: Infinity War, which promises to showcase a team-up between the Avengers and the Guardians of the Galaxy, as they take on the power that … Continue reading With LEGO Marvel Super Heroes 2, Another Mighty Marvel Video Games Is Here
All of the best game play moments and machine fighting action from the hit open world game Horizon returns in Guerrilla Games’ latest add on – Frozen Wilds. This DLC … Continue reading Guest Writer Gabriel Marcoccia on ‘Horizon: Frozen Wilds’ DLC Review
For those that were underwhelmed by Peter Jackson’s return to Middle-Earth with his Hobbit trilogy a few years ago, take solace in the fact that JRR Tolkien’s world of wizards, elves and rings continues to enjoy a stellar life in the gaming world.
If you’ve ever wondered what it would be like to sit at the Sawyer family dinner table in the original Texas Chainsaw Massacre, or stare across from one of the Firefly Family from Rob Zombie’s House of 1,000 Corpses, look no further than Resident Evil: Biohazard.
Our friends at WB and LEGO are always releasing outstanding video games that are legit fun for the whole family. In my case, the arrival of a new game like … Continue reading Biff Bam Pop’s Princess reviews The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game