Author: Wayne L

Life is Strange 2 – Episode 1 “Roads” – Review

Back in 2015, a small French company called DontNod released, though Square Enix, the first episode of what would become one of the most beloved games in recent memory. A game that soon garnered a very loyal fan base and...[Read More]

The Life is Strange 2 Trailer is finally here

So…we finally got to see a new Life is Strange 2 trailer but before we go too in-depth into it. Here it is: Whew! Well did you get all that? So many answers to what will be in the game and yet so many questions too...[Read More]

Why online multiplayer isn’t for everybody

Two of the biggest games right now, Fortnite and Player Unknown Battlegrounds (or PUBG, to give it a snappier title) are taking the gaming world by storm at the moment, but I for one am not rushing to participate. You se...[Read More]

Haimrik Review

Words have power and thus it proves in this quirky little puzzle adventure from Below the Game. Haimrik is a scribe and whilst writing his latest book he discovers that by using his own blood as ink he can enter the book...[Read More]

Life is Strange 2 teaser drops

Ever since French gaming company Dontnod dropped hints about Life is Strange 2 coming soon, the Internet has been awash with theories of what it might be. We basically know it’s not going to be about Max and Chloe,...[Read More]

Nathan Fillion is Nathan Drake – finally – and it’s brilliant (in 15 minute short fan film)

Ever since the first Uncharted game was released and Nathan Drake swaggered onto our screens, fans have clamoured for Nathan Fillion as the perfect casting choice to play him. Even the man himself has been open to it for...[Read More]

The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit Review

The Life is Strange Universe really likes to play with our emotions, doesn’t it? The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit continues that trend, setting the scene with its familiar music style of gentle picked guitar and ...[Read More]

Why movies based on games are still not working

Super Mario, Max Payne, Street Fighter, Far Cry, (thanks, Uwe Boll). It’s an old chestnut, game movies don’t work, but they should. They are more cinematic these days, like interactive movies. There’s a whole section of ...[Read More]