I’ve written enthusiastically about both Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2. Despite flaws, they were both games that fired my imagination and lingered in memory long after the end credits rolled.
This is not a review. The Witcher isn’t a game you can judge by ordinary standards.
Mass Effect 2 has a sub-plot so heinous, so wrong, that it very nearly derails the entire game. It won’t seem that way to everybody, though.
After suffering at the hands of the strangest marketing campaign for many a year, Bioware’s forthcoming RPG Dragon Age takes a big step in the right direction with the free Journeys.
Having played the superb Batman: Arkham Asylum through to completion recently, I couldn’t help but wonder: Why can’t all games be like this?
So, Call of Duty 4 has won the BAFTA for ‘Story and character’, eh? That’s certainly ruffled a few feathers, not least The Guardian. Despite the kneejerk surprise, it is however a wholly deserving win.
Being a rather tiny operation compared to the gaming website behemoths such as Gamespot and IGN, there’s no way I can secure exclusive advanced reviews of the latest games.
Apologies for the lack of a preview article yesterday – life unfortunately overtook me and time slipped away.