Things What They Said: Bossa’s Henrique Olifiers

Nestled deep within the bowels of Earls Court, sandwiched between id Software’s Rage and Bioware’s The Old Republic, is something superficially out of place at a gaming convention. It is a videogame, no less, but there’s hardly a lack of those at the Eurogamer Expo. What’s unique about this one however, is it requires an …

Eurogamer Expo Post-Coverage

  The 2011 Eurogamer Expo is over. Done and dusted for another long year leaving the yawning halls of Earls Court hushed once more, the hulking tanks safeguarding its entrance retired and the Saints Row ladies back to wandering through life garbed in more than just a pair of pants and a t-shirt seven and …

F.3.A.R Review

It’s the witching hour in what looks like an Eastern European council estate. The moon rides high; the air is electric with expectation. Children’s playthings lay abandoned all around but there are no children because all the children are dead. Click to read

Yesterday’s News Today

Cast your mind back to February of last year and chances are slim but you might recall EA’s Project Ten Dollar. Project Ten Dollar was the company’s attempt to grapple with the second hand market. It launched alongside Mass Effect 2, if memory serves, and rewarded gamers that bought the game encased in a shiny …

Section 8: Prejudice Review

Despite boasting the haughtiest battlefield entrance since those guys rode into battle to the deafening cry of Ride of the Valkyries, TimeGate Studio’s Section 8 proved a victim of a burgeoning shooter market. In a year playing host to the gluttonous Modern Warfare 2, what chance did a game called Section 8 stand? Click to …

Yesterday’s News Today

Some moons ago, Kings of Stellar Journalism Kotaku ran an article on the next entry in the Rainbow Six franchise. It’s a sequel that seems pretty bent on the whole morality thing. The demoed level saw a merry band of terrorists breaking into an American home, kidnapping the owner, strapping a bomb to the sucker and …