Back when gaming magazines ruled the games journalism space you would often receive a free gift with your purchase of a videogames publication. That free gift, more often than not, would be a demo disc.
After four long months of eager anticipation The Wolf Among Us is back, bringing with it the same great dialogue and intelligent storytelling that we have all come to expect from Telltale Games.
In a generation where truly great JRPGs have been few and far between, one game stood out above all others as a triumph, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch.
This is it, the penultimate part to this six part feature.
And we're back. Part four is here, and I know you're excited to see what game will be entering our game of the generation list today.
A new day, and a new game to add to our games of the generation list, which so far contains, Dishonored, and, Super Mario Galaxy 2.
Hot on the heels of the first part of this website wide question I am pleased to bring…
Thousands of games have been released during the most recent generation of consoles which has spanned over seven long years.
After a game receives a certain amount of hype, the expectations built up inside gamers and critics, grows and grows.
In 2012 Telltale games released The Walking Dead: The Game to high praise from both gamers and critics alike, who praised its dark, emotionally charged narrative.
The Uncharted series has been used to push the boundaries, whether that's pushing the hardware to the limits, or bringing the summer blockbuster experience to the living room and into the hands of many a gamer.
Every year multiple triple-A titles are released from a plethora of different studios. I
There's one thing for certain, no game in my memory has touched me in the same way that Telltale's The Walking Dead has.
In recent months a piece of hardware has caused a major stir in the industry, with people calling it, “The Future of Gaming” and “The Next big leap forward”.