Game On :: South Park – The Stick Of Truth
Lewis Mitchell reviews “South Park: The Stick Of Truth”, calling it one of the most crass games ever created. But the best way to describe it – is that you’re simply playing a 10-15 hour episode.
Game On :: Jazzpunk Review
When your mission is to obtain frog porn, and throw popcorn at innocent movie patrons – you know your gaming experience is getting a little weird. Lewis Mitchell reviewed Jazzpunk, a totally mindbending, yet welcome escape down the rabbit hole.
Game On :: Broken Age Pt. 1 Review
A few years ago independent gaming studio Double Fine demonstrated the potential for crowdfunding games, raising more than $3mil to develop a point’n’click adventure game. Now we have ‘Broken Age’ and the result is … BOOM!
Game On Review :: Kerbal Space Program
“In the modern era, exclaiming that maths is the concept of a computer game would invoke outrage by people suffering from a severe lack of muscle mass, a category I include myself.”
Game On :: Dungeon Dashers review
Lewis Mitchell turns his attention to indie developers for the nostalgia of an 8-bit jagged edge feast in ‘Dungeon Dashers’.
Game On Review :: Beyond: Two Souls
What happens when you put Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe into a video game? Lewis Mitchell finds out, exploring the cinematic new David Cage game, Beyond 2 Souls.
Game On :: GTA V
When he’s not ousting his anger on law-abiding citizens, Lewis Mitchell jumped out of a plane while listening to Elton John and then swung into another plane in mid-air. Peer into his insanity inside.
Game On Review :: The Raven
Lewis Mitchell describes new PC game The Raven as “the gaming equivalent of Downtown Abbey… on narcotics, during a third reading of the dictionary.”
Game On Review :: Prison Architect
Lewis Mitchell talks us through a game that has the same basic concept as The Sims, but your minions are murders, crack addicts and thieves. Sound good?
Game On :: Run That Town
“Unless your secret dream is to bring chaos theory to the forefront of Glebe, then the game is so pointless that it makes politics seem as complex as a midday movie special.” Lewis Mitchell spends more time with his toast than with this game.