Games Workshop feature – Necromunda: Underhive (part 1/3)

As board game-inspired videogames go, nothing is quite like Games Workshop. From the real time strategy series Dawn of War to the high fantasy world of Blood Bowl football, they’ve been a steady force within the videogame realm for decades now. My own experience dates back to HeroQuest and Space Hulk in the early nineties, and in recent years I’ve also started playing some of the board games that inspired these titles. Not having played a new title in a while, I decided to look back to some of the board games Games Workshop released in 2017 and look forward to what’s coming next. Because of the length of this feature, we decided to split in three parts – here’s part one, which focuses on Necromunda: Underhive. Continue reading “Games Workshop feature – Necromunda: Underhive (part 1/3)”

Games Workshop feature – Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire (part 2/3)

Time for part 2 our of our three part feature on the big Games Workshop releases of 2017 and what they’ll bring to videogaming in the near future. We’ll focus on Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire this time, which in my opinion is the best entry point for those who are new to the Games Workshop board game experience. Continue reading “Games Workshop feature – Warhammer Underworlds: Shadespire (part 2/3)”

Games Workshop feature – Warhammer 40,000: Dark Imperium (part 3/3)

We’re rounding off our three-part crossover feature on Games Workshop titles in the board game realm and what they mean for videogames by looking at Warhammer 40,000: Dark Imperium. It was last year’s biggest board game release, and I’d say it’s right there where board games and creative hobbyists meet – read on to find out why this is where passionate board gamers turn to and why it’s inspired so many videogames already. Continue reading “Games Workshop feature – Warhammer 40,000: Dark Imperium (part 3/3)”

Xploder Cheat System review (PS4)

Remember the Game Genie from back in the (S)NES and Genesis/Mega Drive days? Or perhaps the Action Replay or Game Shark? There’s a brand new way to cheat in many of your PS4 games thanks to the Xploder software package, from the people behind Action Replay and Game Shark. It’s now available for all regions and we took the software for a spin. Continue reading “Xploder Cheat System review (PS4)”

Chernobyl VR Project review (PSVR)

Over the past year, we’ve seen a number of Playstation VR releases that don’t strictly fall into the realm of videogames. Blending the line between entertainment, experience and documentary, these releases find new ways of delivering content by using VR technology. One such example is The Chernobyl VR Project, which has been out (in early access) on Steam for a while and has now made it to Playstation VR. Continue reading “Chernobyl VR Project review (PSVR)”