To which I happily obliged, as the Walking Dead DLC pack from Telltale games is something I’ve been feverously anticipating.
Want to dash? Want to run? Want to see what the world of technicolour madness in racing platform excitement is all about?
If you are that person, then I’d advise you to read my new review of Rush Bros. for SquareGo magazine.
You can find it there, or below the cut.
Like many men of my age and demographic, I am aware of the bloody and raunchy TV series that is Spartacus. One of the bravest tales of courage under adversity ever told, reduced largely to a weekly fest of swearing, blood, and naked sweaty men clutching at naked sweaty men in the sand, or naked sweaty women in the bedsheets.
Luckily, for our stomachs and sanity, the video game adaptation of the series concentrates on the former.
SquareGo got me to play it, and play it hard. Read my review over there, or below the cut in full.
SquareGo asked me to go on a Journey, and for my sins I went. No, not that sort of journey, the one with the scarves and the sand, that’s been done.
This was a Journey into Fable, the Fable game series to be precise. and witht eh help of Kinect, it’d be a hand and voice activated journey.
Was it a Feeble Fable or a Fabulous Fable? Read the review here, or the full text below the cut.
“Jah comerade! I will do this. For glory of SquareGo and Arstotzka!”
Preview below the cut or click here comerade for glorious link to original post on SquareGo.