Nintendo Have Struck Much More Than Bells With Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp

Despite its humble beginnings on the N64/Gamecube back in the early 2000s, Animal Crossing has always felt truly at home on Nintendo’s portable consoles. Continue reading “Nintendo Have Struck Much More Than Bells With Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp”

Shofu’s Trap Ketchum Is A Passion Project That Obliterates Its Competition

It’s an auspicious coincidence that Trap Ketchum – the Pokémon-themed debut project from video game YouTuber extraordinaire Shofu – shared a release date with In Tongues, the first commercial EP from lo-fi singer-songwriter Joji. Continue reading “Shofu’s Trap Ketchum Is A Passion Project That Obliterates Its Competition”

Why Game Devs Should Learn From Shadow of War’s Nemesis System

With the resounding success of Monolith game’s Middle Earth adventure/decapitation simulator epic Shadow of Mordor in September of 2014, it was only a matter of time until Warner Bros dipped their dirty mitts into the violated cash cow that is J.R.R Tolkien’s fantasy universe for another poke at a AAA blockbuster. Continue reading “Why Game Devs Should Learn From Shadow of War’s Nemesis System”

Plays for a Pound: Happy Feet

UTM is collectively broke, a massive barrier for us game fanatics, however, this has inspired this new feature, Plays for a Pound. This sees us delve into CEX’s PS2 library, hunting for games that cost 100 pennies or less, dissecting the merits of said game and ultimately search for enjoyment on a meagre budget. Continue reading “Plays for a Pound: Happy Feet”