Posts Tagged “games”
by Matt Wharton on May 20, 2011
Today is the UK release date for the much anticipated game LA Noire and following the review in The Guardian earlier this week it is one that is very much on my to buy list.
However I won’t be buying it yet not because of the reported problems of consoles overheating when playing the game but because it would distract me a hell of a lot from the studying I should be doing.
In the meantime I will have to experience it vicariously through players comments on Reddit’s The first few hours of LA Noire
by Matt Wharton on January 8, 2011
by Matt Wharton on November 19, 2010
by Matt Wharton on August 25, 2010
One-Button Arthur: Puzzles, quick thinking, and a lot of clicks.
683 clicks in my case.
Those charge up to jump ones are a killer.
by Matt Wharton on July 23, 2010
Monaco is the winner of the Seumas McNally Grand Prize at the 2010 Independent Games Festival.
It looks and sounds like a cool and interesting game, unfortunately no word on when it will be available.
Steal from the rich, keep it for yourself! Monaco is a 4-player co-op crime caper inspired by classic French heist movies and set in modern day Monte Carlo.
by Matt Wharton on November 26, 2009
by Matt Wharton on October 8, 2009
I’m intrigued by this story of extortion of gamers via their reputation in The Sims Online. [via]
Good explanation of the pitfalls of systems that employ negative public karma.