While the VR component is lacking in depth, there’s enough customisation that it’s easy to find yourself coming back to Virtual Rides 3 for more.
Kieran and Mike talk about how much they continue to love the Wipeout series, the mediocre new Micro Machines and the new DLC for The Legend of Zelda
There are Portal references and with puzzle design that will force you to restart over and over again, we’re not sure Death Squared is a great game
With Dreamfall Chapters, developer Red Thread Games had a game that was awaited on by diehard fans of the series and looked upon curiously by newcomers
In light of there being a better substitute to Rick and Morty: Virtual Rickality, unless you’re a super fan, you’d be better with Job Sim.
We take a look at 5 games that were at the UK Games Expo that are either looking for support on Kickstarter, or will be in the near future.
Come with us on a journey as we ramble on late into the night telling tales of an XCom game starring Mario and some Rabbids.
This week Mike and Kieran are joined by Ben who brings tales of the UK games expo, DangerZone and his experience with the Switch.
Danger Zone brings back that Crash Mode nostalgia from the early Burnout games. However, it’s low quality graphics and lack of soundtrack let it down.
The time spent in Desync will be a mixture of sheer frustration, annoyance and that “get in” enjoyment when you score a kill.