Interview with Quim Garrigós, Director of YouTubers Life.

    Recently I got the chance to talk to Quim Garrigós, the Director of U-Play Online's hit game YouTubers Life. I thought I would take...

    Omega Pattern Feels Like a Rough Draft of the Visual Novel...

    2017 has been a real hit-or-miss year for visual novels. We've had some incredible hits like the long awaited release of Dies Irae, Pyre,...

    Typoman: Revised review

    Typoman doesn't hesitate to excite. It is filled with great puzzles and challenges and the overall design is quite interesting. If you're looking for something different from your standard platforms or puzzlers I recommend that you try it out...

    Irish Indie Game Development Update

    I want to give you guys a quick run down with what's been happening in the Irish Game Development scene within the last while.

    Darkwood Review – A Trip Through Haunted Woods

    Darkwood Review  “You are playing a challenging and unforgiving game”. So reads the first part of the warning that Darkwood displays as you load into...

    Watch: Sci-Fi Adventure OBDUCTION Short Trailer For PS4

    From the creators of Myst -Cyan Worlds- comes a new sci-fi adventure called Obduction. "Abducted far across the universe, you find yourself on a...

    What Remains of Edith Finch: The Narrative Buffet

    If your family was cursed, would you want to explore that possibility? What if everyone in your family died a gruesome and/or unusual death,...

    Review: Maia

    Maia is an extra terrestrial colony simulator. The player's role in the game is to be the overseer of the first colony of humans living on the fictional planet Maia in the Tau Ceti system.

    Indivisible Preview: Something To Look Forward To

    Indivisible is the new game from Skullgirls developer Lab Zero Games. Indivisible was successfully crowdfunded in 2015. They have released a preview of the game for backers to show the people who pledged money how the development is progressing

    Manticore: Galaxy on Fire review – Merc Those Pirates, Fam!

    Manticore: Galaxy on Fire is the space dogfighter you have been waiting for on your favourite portable home console. Whilst it doesn't quite match up to the legendary games of its genre, it's still a solid and very fun experience with very little to moan about