Torchlight 2 [Review] – Luminous

We’d better get one thing out in the open before going any further with this review: I liked Diablo 3. I liked the streamlining, the slickness, the polish, the skill synergies; I liked the way…

By: Tim McDonald

Dragon Age 3: Inquisition officially unveiled

Late last month, leaked marketing materials from a third-party focus group suggested that BioWare and EA were sounding the general public out about a possible third entry in the Dragon Age RPG series. Today, with…

By: Peter Parrish

Character customisation a priority in Cyberpunk

CD Projekt Red’s Witcher series had a predetermined central character in the form of Geralt of Rivia, and while it was certainly possible to play him in different ways Geralt’s personality and background drove the…

By: Peter Parrish

Game of Thrones [Review] – Stark contrasts

You’ve got to hand it to Cyanide, the French developers certainly know how to secure a popular license. First they wrangled the rights to make a series of Blood Bowl titles, even after the notoriously…

By: Peter Parrish

NeoCore goes nautical with Broken Sea

NeoCore, a developer perhaps best known for the King Arthur series of games, has announced Broken Sea. Said to be a “party-based tactical RPG”, the game will cast you (at first) as a member of…

By: Peter Parrish

South Park RPG is a quest to ‘be cool’

The first trailer for Obsidian’s South Park RPG has been shown at Microsoft’s E3 press event, revealing that the game is now called South Park The Stick of Truth and that one of the main…

By: Peter Parrish