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Whats going on – No Mans Sky

By | August 10th, 2016|Categories: Games|

Whats going on - No Mans Sky was launched on PS4 on Monday 8th August and will be available on PC by Friday the 12th of August. No Mans Sky was developed by Hello Games a small team of around 15 people who have been working on the game for 4 years. The game has been out for 2 days on PS4  at the time of writing, and as you would expect already there are shouts of joy, desperation, and disappointment, for various reasons. It's actually refreshing to see tweets about a different game other than PokemonGo, whatever they say. Who are Hello Games Hello Games are based in Guildford UK (close to me!)  founded in 2008 by four friends, Sean Murray, (founder) Ryan Doyle, David Ream and Grant Duncan.  They had previously worked together for other businesses and wanted to bring the vibrancy and fun back to games themselves. No Mans Sky is not their first game they also created Joe Danger but No Mans Sky is set to be one of the biggest games this year.  It does help [...]

Landmark Game Launched – EverQuest Next Fans Give Bad Reviews

By | June 12th, 2016|Categories: Games|Tags: |

Yes, the time is finally here - Landmark Game has been launched - Its been a whirlwind of a time over the last two years being involved in the Landmark beta.  It was a big shock to everyone when Daybreak Games announced that EverQuest Next would be cancelled and they would now be concentrating and launching Landmark within a few months!  Landmark has now launched, EverQuest Next fans are not happy in the slightest. What is this Landmark game ? Landmark is an MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game)  which started life as a development tool in 2013 for Everquest Next by Sony Online Entertainment. Now a standalone game by Daybreak games. Features involve Building Tools - to create your worlds Harvesting - collect materials for your buildings Recipes - earn and collect recipes for props and npcs Combat - fight monsters in caves or add them to your build site Story Mode - Build a complete story for your friends to take part in. For more information see the Landmark website The game is currently $9.99.  Although if you bought into [...]

Daybreak breaks (SOE) Landmark and Everquest Next with Layoffs

By | February 12th, 2015|Categories: Games|

As daybreak breaks Landmark and Everquest Next with layoffs players come together to show their support.  For those that don't know Landmark is an Online MMO Game which was being developed by Sony Online Entertainment and was the Everquest Next counterpart. Just last week Sony sold Sony Online Entertainment to Columbus Nova and who changed SOE's name to Daybreak.  Players were told, don't worry nothing will change, its business as usual - little did they know.  We heard from Dave Georgeson and Jeff Butler on the last LandMark Live show on Twitch who seemed confident and very excited to be continuing work - more so on Everquest Next than landmark they explained. With Landmark Open Beta coming very soon they were going to run with it while they worked on Everquest Next.   We weren't expecting this shocker today.. Daybreak breaks Landmark and Everquest Next with Layoffs Today Daybreak lays off several staff -  the numbers might even go into the 20's we are unsure at this time - but what we do know is that Daybreak have let go some of the most important people involved [...]

Landmark the Online MMO Game

By | September 10th, 2014|Categories: Games|Tags: , , , , |

I recently signed up to the Landmark the Online MMO Game in closed beta  - Landmark is actually a massively multiplayer online role playing game which is being developed by Sony Online Entertainment alongside EverQuest Next. Landmark is a Microsoft Windows Game which is played on the PC.  Landmark is a virtual world where you claim your land and you build or craft what your heart desires. Blame Twitch for my addiction I liked the sound of this MMO and I wanted to know all about Landmark game and how to play it.  And what better place to see a game in action than Twitch, as soon as I saw what Landmark was all about, I wanted to try it out and I was lucky enough to win a 7 day beta for landmark game on Twitch. Twitch.tv is a leading video platform that has over 60 million gamers connecting to it PER month, which is huge for being open just 3 years and it has many of the newest games on for you to check out. Fairydustmedia recently published a [...]

3 ways to prevent a ban from online games

By | June 28th, 2014|Categories: Games|Tags: , , , , , |

Getting banned or suspended from a game is never fun and sometimes you might be mistakenly banned for no reason that you can see, but sadly some games won't even talk to you about your misfortune, they are right and you are wrong.  Even if you say you were hacked, they say that this is your problem you should have protected your password. I've played online games for many years with various gaming companies, Sony, EA games, Jagex,   Square Enix from the biggest to the smallest games - usually games that involve chatting and meeting new players, which is why I like Empire Avenue, the social media stockmarket game. This game enables me to chat to people that are like minded.  Empire avenue has recently changed many of its rules or TOS basically because the game had been seen to have users that were using the game for reasons not intended and it needed a shake up, to protect its users and its reputation. Due to this people have found themselves, told off, suspended, banned etc, however wrong this may [...]

Want to create your own games? Now you can with Project Spark

By | March 16th, 2014|Categories: Games|Tags: , , , , |

Microsoft studios have announced a digital canvas where you can create your own games.  This "game maker" game is called Project Spark and was developed by Team Dakota for the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and Window 8.  Which is fabulous, far more games need to be available cross platform, I hope this is the way forward. This game is still available on Beta on Windows 8.1 and Xbox One users were recently added to the beta, but sadly 360 users still have to wait. Create your own games with Project Spark With Project Spark you can use either the Xbox controller, your keyboard or even your touch devices to create worlds, stories and games of your own.  Add your own landscape, mountains, rivers, towns, people and it doesn't stop there, you can make the people or items react to certain actions.  This means you can might them fight, pick up items, drop items, collect objects, everything you do place in  your world can be altered, re-sized, changed in colour there are so many options available and although it sounds very [...]

iOS game – The Amazing World of Stubies

By | March 2nd, 2014|Categories: Games, Mobile - Reviews and News|Tags: , , |

This has to be the cutest iOS game - The Amazing World of Stubies!  These little guys are just too cute, and I just love the colours. Stubies is the creation of Lukas Bahrle & Andreu Taberner from Creatiu lab in Barcelona, when you first see it you think it is a very simple colour matching game, but the more you play it the more challenges you have. What is this iOS game - The Amazing World of Stubies Stubies is a 100% indie game  and its only 0.69p to buy on iTunes.  If you like puzzle games for your iPhone or iPad you will like this one, and if you like cute, then this is the game for you.  69p is a small price to pay to have these cute little characters running about all over your screen. Basically you have to match the colours and to do that you to make them walk into each other or avoid each other Stubies depending on what type of Stubie they are.   As I said before it starts off really easy just [...]

When is Ingress coming to iOS ?

By | February 2nd, 2014|Categories: Games, Mobile apps|

What is Ingress Ingress is an  MMOARG (massively multiplayer online alternate reality game) created by Niantic labs - which is a start up within Google.  The concept of the game is supposed to be similar to games such as World of Warcraft, but I think that's just a MMO reference rather than features. SO when is Ingress coming to iOS ? The game has been available on Google Play for android users  just over a year with a suggested 1 million users and it only came out of Beta in November.  I am dying to see the game play rather that just read about it or watch videos but I am still waiting for Ingress to come out on iPhone. Some people are calling this game a social media network because again of its online multiplayer theme.  The good thing about its that you can chat to people via the game but also people are creating google+ communities to discuss tactics and to get to know each other further.  Not just anybody though, there are two teams or frations on Ingress -  The [...]

Best Games in 30 Years of Gaming

By | January 16th, 2014|Categories: Games|

In the last 30 years of gaming what do you think were the most successful video games? Have you been gaming that long? I know I have and seeing this interactive infographic by MeccaBingo makes you feel very old. Especially when you realise that the original Mario Bros game about Mario the Italian-American plumber came out in 1983 on the Atari - oh and what a wonderful arcade game we thought that was, playing it late into the night. The first video games Of course video games didn't first appear 1983 there were games as far back as the 1950's that were played on huge computers. However, gaming wasn't super popular until the 1970's when we first saw PONG and later that century we got Space Invaders which was a huge success on arcade cabinets and tables.  However it really kicked off in the 1980's when we saw the second round of gaming computers, such as the Commodore and the Sinclair. Soon, gaming consoles were more available these were easier to set up and easier to use.   And wasn't really until [...]

Addicting Indie Adventure Game – Spud’s Quest

By | September 29th, 2013|Categories: Games|Tags: , , , , , |

Spud's Quest is a fabulous indie adventure game created by Chris Davis from Derby UK, that takes you back in time as it was inspired by classics such as the Dizzy series, Zelda and Metroid. Talk about nostalgia, yes - I'm emotional! Chris has been interested in making games since he got hold of the ZX Sprectrum age 12, since then has taught himself to sprite and code games. Spud's Quest was successfully funded 120% on back in November 2012 on  Kickstarter with its 475 backers raising £6000 I first noticed this game from chat floating around on Twitter - It seems that Chris, who is on @SpudsQuest has done a wonderful job raising awareness on this Game.  Somewhere I saw someone ask him, how many on the Dev team - "Just me," he answered. I love Platform Puzzle Games, and the name "Spud's Quest" intrigued me,  so I had to check it out more -  I saw that @beetlebear of @indiegamehq was reviewing it on Twitch.tv and giving away keys - so I popped over to have a look, [...]