Yooka-Laylee, a 3D platformer from a majority of those who worked on the likes of Banjo Kazooie arrives next week, following a successful crowd-funding campaign and a huge amount of popularity on social media. However, reviews have started to crop up and to say the responses have been mixed is an understatement. Continue reading Yooka-Laylee reviews round up
Playtonic Games and Team 17 have today announced a host of mini-games that can be found within the world of Yooka-Laylee. Visit Rextro’s Aracde and enjoy a variety of eight different games including top down action, third person shooter action and more. Continue reading Yooka-Laylee will feature mini-game arcade
October’s Xbox Games with Gold have been officially announced, and it’s a rather decent month, although one of the offerings is a bit of a strange one. As usual, two games will be available for Xbox One, and two for the Xbox 360 which are of course backwards compatible. Continue reading Xbox Games with Gold for October
We all have those games that we loved and enjoyed in our childhood. Many disappear with no sequels or evolve beyond recognition taking with it the magic that made the game so much fun to begin with. One of my favourite series is Worms which has just had a new game release called Worms W.M.D. So does their new version of the fan faveourite game retain that magic?
Worms W.M.D is bringing mechanized warfare to the classic 2D strategy title this year. Whether it’s a tank, a helicopter or a mech, yes, a mech, Worms is stepping it up a gear for its next outing. Continue reading Worms W.M.D Mechanized Warfare trailer
With Overcooked releasing this week and reigniting my love for couch co-op/verses games (you can read our review here) I thought it’d be a good idea to take a look at one of the best in the genre. Way back in 1995 British developer Team 17 released Worms an artillery strategy game. Its a turn based game where players control a team of worms and battle it out with AI or human players until the last team is left standing. the game was funny, frustrating, tense and exceptionally great fun.
Back in early June, the tense and spooky title ‘Allison Road’ was cancelled without any kind of reasoning, or without warning. The studio, Lilith in the UK announced the cancelation on Twitter, but only today has Team 17 responded. Continue reading Team 17 responds to Allison Road cancelation
Playtonic Games yesterday announced that their Kickstarter funded title Yooka-Laylee has been delayed into 2017. While the game quickly reached its target on the crowd-funding site, Team 17 stepped in as the publisher to get the game into gamers’ hands. Continue reading Yooka-Laylee delayed into 2017, new gorgeous trailer
The spiritual successor to PT and Silent Hills, Allison Road appears to have been canceled. Announced as a Kickstarter in the wake of PT’s removal from the PlayStation Store and cancellation of Silent Hills, Allison Road was developed to bring those scares and tense moments to life after the Konami/Kojima fiasco. Continue reading PT successor Allison Road has been canceled
Worms is one of those franchises that is loved by so many, but also overlooked by more than there should be. Team 17 are launching a new Worms title this year, called Worms W.M.D and this new trailer looks as charming, and friendship destroying as ever! Continue reading Worms W.M.D multiplayer destruction trailer