Most people perhaps remember fountain pens as “those inky things that I was forced to write with at school”, or perhaps “that pen that’s always secretly a gun or a car in a James Bond movie”, and although you would
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The upcoming zoo management sim will make its way to players later this summer as more than 300,000 animal types will become available to bond with.
The creator of the kingdom simulator Yes, Your Grace is going from medieval to
Ahead of next month’s launch.
If you’ve been eyeing up Miitopia for Switch – Nintendo’s spruce-up of its 2016 Mii-themed 3DS RPG – you can now explore its curious innards courtesy of a newly released demo on the eShop.
Rockstar Games is a company known far and wide for Grand Theft Auto and Red Dead Redemption, but it has put out several other popular titles over the years. From Bully to LA Noire, Rockstar has a wide
The Girl Who Stands Behind and The Missing Heir walk into a club…
The Famicom Detective Club series is a cherished franchise in Japan. These murder-mystery visual novels began life on the Famicom all the way back in 1988 and …
While Secretlab already produces one of the top choices in our best gaming chair roundup, the brand is absent from our best gaming desk guide. That could all change in the future, as it makes its first foray into the
Skips onto PC, PlayStation, Xbox next month.
Retro game collection Capcom Arcade Stadium will sell an invincibility cheat for $0.99 when the compilation launches for PC via Steam, PlayStation and Xbox on 25th May.
As on Nintendo Switch, where Capcom
While the Wii U eShop wasn’t graced with a large library of quality games, there were some undeniable gems. One of these was Teslagrad by Rain Games, which has since made its way to the Switch eShop,
Step back Planet Zoo, pipe down Zoo Tycoon; finally someone’s made a game for those budding zoologist that love animals so very much they just wanted to smush them all together – until more, weirder animals pop out the other