With so many great indie games to choose from this year, Drew and Chella have whittled it down to the essential 7 must play indies of 2017. This week’s Argue the Toss podcast is all about those quality games with something different to offer.
The video games industry responded to Trump’s immigration executive order, known as the ‘Muslim ban’, in a variety of ways. Chella highlights the show of solidarity displayed by the games industry, as we wait to see how it will all end and what impact it will have.
The Argue the Toss team have new TV addictions in 2017. In this episode they discuss the Pyscho prequel, Bates Motel and the new adaption of the Richard Adams books, Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency. So
There are a lot of great games on the horizon for 2017, but Chella thinks that compared to 2016, Uncharted the Lost Legacy is one of the only games tackling diversity this year.
In this week’s episode, Chella and Drew share their thoughts on Nintendo’s newest video game console and cocktail simulator, the Nintendo Switch.
It’s time to look at the most anticipated games of 2017. Chella’s compiled a list of must play games for the year ahead. Come check out our picks for most anticipated, and enjoy some the amazing trailers we’ve collected to really get your juices flowing. It looks like it might be a good year for gamers.
Drew and Chella discuss the new Star Wars film Rogue One in a full disclosure episode to kick off season three of Argue the Toss.
Chella celebrates the life of Carrie Fisher and the legacy of her feisty, independent Princess Leia, in the wake of the tragic news of the Star Wars actress’s death, aged 60.
Pavilion is a hauntingly beautiful puzzle game with a gorgeous art style and some interesting levels, plus a surreal, dreamlike quality. Anyone who enjoyed Monument Valley, or who loves unique puzzle experiences in general, should certainly give Pavilion a go.
Watch Dogs 2 isn’t a revolution, but it’s a clear improvement on the original, which gave us a bland hero with nothing to say. Ubisoft adds a much needed dose of fun to Watch Dogs 2, elevating it above the first game by adding bright, energetic graphics and some engaging characters, whilst also giving it a moral heart.