Resident Evil is an incredible series. While recent incarnations may have shed much of what I loved of the original’s slow paced B-movie horror styling, they have continued to enthrall me. But Resident Evil 6’s three-pronged campaign has solidified a niggling trend in the series.
It is nice to have a business area. Having a space to sit and write, take notes or just having people with enough time to answer your questions, is not vital to providing prompt coverage but it certainly helps.
Back on one of my favorite topics thanks to the free rein I have been given on my column on Videogame-Reviews. While I know I am going to have to start aiming my work at a broader audience than my
As games become more mainstream and various media audiences intertwine it comes as no surprise that both the game and movie industries are trying to cash in on the other. Since the early days games have drawn on other pop
Like my art home work back at high school just getting this one in just in time. After the last rather light podcast we have hit back with a content packed but somewhat undirected episode. So a full month of
Not to give away the plot, it seems the sole point of the movie is to introduce ties to Africa and Tricell, the new Umbrella. Another pharmaceutical company who I’m sure will stick to Umbrella’s tried and tested business plan
Recently I have been bitching about Xbox Live in Japan. Indeed the one thing I missed out of my Street Fighter review was that it isn’t out here and I had to use my UK account to get it. Capcom
Dead Space arrived late and I haven’t yet been able to finish it. So you have to endure another fifteen ten word reviews of old games. Burnout Paradise (360, PS3) – ‘This is amazing! Faster, faster! Shit! Bollard!’ I said
So I got talking to a guy called Joel. Not that exciting on the surface, but he was covering TGS for his newspaper and had seen a few things I hadn’t. Here is what I learned. Resistance 2’s enemies impressed