Chella’s most anticipated games of 2016 include some big, blockbuster titles, alongside small indie gems you may not have noticed, but which prove how rich and varied this medium is. Read on for the hottest games of 2016 and see if your new favorites made the list.
We’re less than a week away from the Christmas holidays and that means it’s time to reflect on the year that was, with some gaming highlights (and lowlights) of 2015.
For an industry that’s famously risk adverse, it seems crazy to line-up all your blockbusters games at once to compete against each other, but that’s what the games industry does every year. Games and gamers suffer, but Chella thinks there’s a solution.
This is a full disclosure discussion of Life is Strange, so…here be spoilers!
While everyone’s staggering out of the vault, eyes dazzled by the sun and lips seared by the desert wind of Fallout 4, I’ve been finishing Life is Strange. Well, that was weird.
In an interview , Frank O’Connor of 343 industries revealed a backwards (in more ways than one) engineered reason for Cortana’s nakedness in Halo 5. Apparently, she’s not naked, it’s all an illusion.
I realised something the other week, as I loaded up the Star Wars Battlefront beta. Until that moment, I hadn’t played a game with a gun in it, for over a year.
The autumn/winter gaming juggernaut is kicking into gear, as the big releases come thick and fast. If you’re not sure what to play next, I’ve got a nifty little guide to the titles to look forward to for the next few months.
The BBC’s Grand Theft Auto drama ‘The Gamechangers’ focused on Rockstar’s battle with moral crusader, Jack Thompson, played by Bill Paxton. Danielle Radcliffe stepped up as Sam Houser, who was presented as a Steve Jobs style visionary with a steely determination to have things on his own terms.
I watched a TED talk some years ago, which extolled the virtues of gaming as more than a waste of time. It seems, the science world listened, as scientists now actively use gamers to solve problems they’ve spent years trying to crack.
The Ouye (name may sound familiar) is the Frankenstein console from China that combines PS4 and Xbox One stylings. Chella designs her own hybrid console, taking the best bits from today’s machines.