The Witcher experience

This is not a review. The Witcher isn’t a game you can judge by ordinary standards.

Annoying things in games: Part 2

In an attempt to inject some variety into this website and slightly dilute the over-excited Left 4 Dead coverage, here’s another round-up of game design grumbles.

Preview: Deus Ex 3

UK mag PC Zone managed to get their grubby mitts on Deus Ex 3 this issue. I thought I’d share my thoughts as I read through the article…

Annoying things in games: Part 1

Given the current gloomy state of the global economy, this week seems like as good as any in which to grumble. Without further ado, I therefore present five of the most irritating things to be found in games.

The Witcher: now with more gesticulation

As mentioned a month-or-so ago, there’s an update to last year’s The Witcher on the way. But we’re not talking your normal minor bug fix.

CD Projekt RED talk Witcher

This article is admittedly just an excuse to include the awesome, Witcher-inspired image above, although it should also correct the shameful lack of Witcher news around these parts.

Mass Effect reviewed

Being a rather tiny operation compared to the gaming website behemoths such as Gamespot and IGN, there’s no way I can secure exclusive advanced reviews of the latest games.

Breaking the immersion barrier

The excellent guys over at Rock, Paper, Shotgun linked to a rather interesting article in their Sunday Papers round-up today.

The Precursors: ambition turned up to 11

Ukrainian developer Deep Shadows have released a bonkers video for their forthcoming mix-tape game The Precursors.