The Witcher 3: The Wild [Goose] Hunt Review

The Witcher 3: Wild [-Goose] Hunt Review

The Witcher 3 is an almost infinite series of wild-goose chases. As soon as a wild goose has been caught, another hatches. And if another does not hatch, Geralt (a monster-slaying hexer and tracker) simply uses his keen witcher senses (detective vision) to spot another. This structure makes large portions […] Read more »

Game Under Podcast Episode 58

Game Under Podcast Episode 67

In Episode 67 of the Game Under Podcast, Tom Towers and Phil Fogg offer their thoughts on E3: Shenmue 3? Final Fantasy VII? The Last Guardian? Mother? Pfft, it’s all about that Metroid Prime Federation Force! Oh, and there’s just about enough time left over for more Splatoon and The […] Read more »

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Swords & Soldiers II Review: It Was a Run-By Fruiting

The original Swords & Soldiers was a clever exercise in adaptation: what if one were to take an RTS, and place it in a sidescroller? The answer was a fun, simplified RTS that compensated for its simplicity by involving the player more directly in battles through the use of manually-cast […] Read more »

Game Under Podcast Episode 58

Game Under Podcast Episode 65

In Episode 65 of the Game Under Podcast (Big Show 13!) Tom Towers gives his first impressions of The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, with returning guest Aarny on hand to call him out on his comprehension (or lack thereof) of the combat. Phil Fogg, meanwhile, would rather talk about Splatoon […] Read more »

Game Under Podcast Episode 58

Game Under Podcast Episode 64

In episode 64 of the Game Under podcast Tom Towers cheats on Phil Fogg with returning guest co-host (and Gay Death Grips frontman) Aarny. They take on the PC port of GTAV, the conclusion of Broken Age and review Dark Souls 2. Stream by clicking here or right-click then save as […] Read more »

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt - Monsters

The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt – Monsters

“We start by trying to visualise the anatomy of the creature; ask ourselves if this is something that could actually exist…I mean, they’re fantastical creatures, but we don’t want them to defy the laws of physics.” Read more »

Game Under Podcast Episode 57

Game Under Podcast Episode 63

In Episode 63 of the Game Under Podcast, Tom Towers survives P.T.(SD?), and cyber bullying in Life is Strange episode 2. Unscathed, he goes on to review Bayonetta 2 in typical Game Under style and Phil Fogg finalises his thoughts on the original Bayonetta. Strap yourselves in folks, it’s basically a Bayonetta […] Read more »