This episode of Argue the Toss is our most prophetic yet. Recorded earlier this week, it predicts a world where Marvel and TellTale are working together to create an awesome comics, meets games situation. Plus James and Chella have a special guest in to talk about Marvel games we’d like to see.
Chella delves into the Mass Effect 4 marketing survey, which allegedly reveals key details about BioWare’s next space opera. She looks at the ship, gameplay, possible characters and new alien races.
The second episode of Life is Strange is out now, and brings with it new characters and a decidedly darker element to the delightful storyline. Join our reviewer as she rewinds time and tries to be kind in face of it all those new challenges.
Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture is set in an English village, but something’s gone very wrong. Where are all the people? The trailer hints at some sort of deadly epidemic, with government public information broadcasts playing, as the camera pans over an abandoned nursery school. Check out the new trailer.
It’s zombies vs aliens – which would you rather fight, in a dire, save the world against an invasion type scenario? James and Chella Argue the Toss on gameindustry.com’s bitesize podcast.
With Avengers: The Age of Ultron, the sequel to, arguably, the best Marvel movie to date, mere weeks away, I can’t help thinking there’ll be a cheap game tie-in hot on its heels. And therein lies the trouble with Marvel and games.
On Argue the Toss this week, things go a bit musical. Don’t worry, James and Chella aren’t singing, but they are back with their fantasy game bands. This episode includes Sonic, Airwolf, Professor Layton and more. But how and why? There’s only one way to find out…
The Mystery of Neuschwanstein is a puzzle adventure, using the famous, German castle as a backdrop for the story. The game consists of a series of logic puzzles and hidden object games, sprinkled through a mystery adventure, but dodgy voice-acting and a lack of variety lets it down.
It’s been a fairly quiet start to 2015, for the games industry, but all that changed last week, when the faeces hit the proverbial fan over at Konami. The superstar developer looks set to leave Konami, after 30 years, leaving Metal Gear fans in turmoil.
It won’t be same bat-time for Batman fans, as Rocksteady Studios announces a new date for the concluding game in its Arkham trilogy.