From Deserts to Nukes: Remembering EA’s Strike Series

Throughout the 1990s, EA released five games in their Strike series. Beginning with ‘92’s Desert Strike and ending with ‘97’s Nuclear Strike, the franchise took players all over the world, let us pilot various high-powered vehicles, and mixed shooting with…

5 Reasons to be Excited for Prey

When Prey hit the market in 2006, it was a critical and commercial success. Okay, so it might not have been perfect, but its performance made a sequel inevitable. To start with, at least. As it happened, a change of…

8 Almost-Forgotten FPS Games Worth Revisiting

The first-person shooter shows no sign of losing its appeal. Even if the massive Call of Duty franchise has an occasional misstep, fans are always hungry for more, and Doom’s recent reboot took the series back to its roots to…

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

Mass Effect: Andromeda is all about change. Commander Shepard, Ashley, Tali, Garrus, Joker, the Normandy, and everything else we’d become attached to across three massive games has been left behind, and a bold new galaxy lies ahead. Starting afresh in…

Judge Dredd Video Games – 5 Things We Want to See in Future Tie-Ins

Judge Dredd is one of the most iconic comic-book characters ever created. Like Batman, Superman, the X-Men, and many others, he’s starred in countless stories across comics, novels, movies, and more. However, unlike those aforementioned characters, Judge Dredd has enjoyed…

The Weirdest Games Based on Movies Based on Games  

Over the years, we’ve seen many film adaptations of beloved games come and go. In 2016, we had WarCraft, which did well but wasn’t quite what every fan had hoped for. Meanwhile, the new Assassin’s Creed movie has received mixed…

10 Best Sega Master System Games Still Worth Your Time

The Sega Master System was a gem of an 8-bit console. Sure, it couldn’t overtake the NES in terms of worldwide sales, but it was the purchase of choice for those gamers with no interest in a certain moustachioed plumber….

5 Reasons We Still Love Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas 12 Years On

Between 2001 and 2004, Rockstar gave us three fantastic Grand Theft Auto games. We’ve already looked at the highlights of GTA III and the immortal Vice City, but now it’s time to cast our collective eye over the top reasons…

Five Retro Horror Games for Halloween

Modern horror games can be pretty intense. Think of wandering through the dark corridors of Sevastopol Station in Alien: Isolation, just waiting for that acid-filled Xenomorph to drop down through an air vent. Remember the spine-tingling thrills of facing Necromorphs…

8 Best Western Games Ever Made

With Red Dead Redemption 2 heading our way in 2017 and a new Westworld TV series to enjoy, it’s a great time to be a fan of Westerns. The Wilh2d West is a perfect setting for games, with all the…