Author Archives: Dan Spence
By Dan Spence on February 6th 2017
Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun is developed by Mimimi Studios and published by Daedalic Entertainment. It’s a throwback to the real-time tactics games of the late 90s and the early 2000s that outshines its predecessors in basically every way.
By Dan Spence on January 27th 2016
On the face of it Pony Island appears to be a very basic game about a cute pony jumping over fences. This simple veneer is quickly stripped away, however and the game takes a significantly darker turn. Saying too much would undoubtedly spoil the game, as Pony Island is an experience that manages to play with your expectations at almost every turn.
By Dan Spence on January 12th 2016
Aviary Attorney is a game developed by Sketchy Logic in which you play as an anthropomorphic falcon criminal-defence lawyer in 19th century Paris. (Which may be the most niche description of a game I’ve ever written…)
Aviary Attorney sees you take on the role of Jayjay Falcon as he investigates crimes across Paris so that he may better defend his clients in their upcoming criminal trials. With his quick-witted assistant Sparrowson at his side, it’s up to Falcon to ensure that justice is served so that the truly innocent may walk free once more.
By Dan Spence on 02/12/2015
With Christmas on its way, gamers everywhere wait in anticipation to receive the wonderful gift of new video games from their friends and loved ones. In the meantime however, the rest of December makes for the perfect time for me to catch up on the ever-increasing list of games that I either haven’t finished or missed out on entirely. With those things in mind, here’s my list of what I’ll be playing on the lead up to Christmas.
By Dan Spence on November 6th 2015
Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide is a 4-player co-op game set in the Warhammer universe and developed by Fatshark. The game sees players working together to complete a number of missions set across various areas of Ubersreik, a town infested with insidious Skaven rat-men.
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