Exclusive Interview with Wanderers’ Nicolas

It has been a while since our last piece of content in general, never mind since our last Q&A, but we’re back again and this time we’ve been chatting with Nicolas, one of the great minds working for indie development team Wanderers…

Poconic Arcade Switch Stand review

One of the best features of the Nintendo Switch is its portability. From playing on the big screen in the living room to the small screen in the back of a car, you can take the Switch with you absolutely anywhere.…

Vampyr review: Dr. Acula

Vampyr has some extremely lofty, ambitious central messages, almost in an attempt to step as far away as possible from Life is Strange’s idyllic teen ambience. At the core of it all, a gifted doctor stricken down with vampirism, still trying to heal…

MOXNICE 10000mAh Power Bank review

Ever since my OnePlus Two broke, I’ve been stuck with the HOMTOM HT26 as its replacement, and whilst it isn’t a bad phone for the price, the battery on it over time has become shockingly bad. I mean it holds power…

E3 Prediction Post – What is Sony bringing this year?

After missing out Microsoft’s E3 conference due to it coming earlier than I expected (and not living in the US you do not have the exact timing of each conference spammed at you on Facebook), we have prepared an article…

Throwback Thursday! Rocking with Rocks N’ Gems

Games like this a few and far between, and personally I love this little gem (see what I did there). The delicate anticipation of the falling rocks, the frustration of being blown up, the race against the clock and best…

Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery rant: the Shameless Microtransactions

Microtransactions. Ugh! Remember that part in the Philosopher’s Stone where Harry needed to cast Lumos to fend off the Devil’s Snare but he ran out of magic halfway through and had to wait three hours before he could cast it…