Chell makes another attempt at freedom in this short film filled with plenty of space-bending action.
Wedding bells are ringing… through the use of videogames!
Dan takes a look at 16-bit adventure Flashback and discusses it’s technical accomplishments, it’s fist gnawing difficulty and the very English tendency towards masochism. Plus jungle mutants.
When Pascal was a kid, everybody had to walk to school in the snow, uphill – both ways! Oh, and play unbelievably great games like Square’s ultimate masterpiece, FInal Fantasy VI.
PSP owners will get a bonus with early copies of this month’s Persona 2: Innocent Sin.
Are text-based games secretly plotting a coup de tat from behind the scenes, to usurp all power and rule the world? No, but they could be making a comeback nonetheless.
The Hall welcomes its first Hero of Composers. But who?
Tom takes a look back at his favourite childhood pastime – hunting for buried treasure.
Richard Horsefield takes an analytical look at one of gaming’s most ignored aspects. You know, that part when the credits roll?
Max returns early next year. Or should it be: “Maxxxxxx returrrrrrrrns earrrrlyyyy neeeexxxxt yearrrrrrrr”? (That’s the slow mo, see?)
The Hall welcomes its first Hero of Writers. But who?
Chad sets sail on the Tides of Darkness and fondly looks back on the bloodshed that was Warcraft II.
Guest writer Jeremy Thackray recalls the good ol’ days of multiplayer hack ‘n’ slash. Join him as he discusses Star Wars: Jedi Power Battles.
Long-running rumours of a second joystick add-on for the 3DS are confirmed to be true.
Declan recalls his time spent in the outlandish world of Morrowind. His adventures changed him forever.
After April’s hack attack on Sony and the Playstation Network, new measures are being taken to ensure it doesn’t happen again.
In Well Played’s very first second episode, Sebastian, Armand, Chad, and Pascal take on (and take apart) the cult mock-horror PS2 title Deadly Premonition and PC classic X-Com.