Regular reality’s just not real enough, so this week Argue The Toss returns to the virtual, this time with special guest, Dr. Wendy Powell, senior member of the IEEE and senior lecturer in applications of VR at the University of Portsmouth.
Can you believe that 2016 is more than halfway over already? Luckily for gamers, we have experienced some really great games already this year, though not all of them were expected. We dive into which games gave our reviewers a surprise this week in the GiN Lounge. And we welcome to new GiN reviewer Marion Constante!
Chella and John discuss Mass Effect Andromeda and the six things they want to see in BioWare’s new space epic, when it launches in March 2017.
This week’s ATT is a catch-all catch-up cast. The duo discuss Drew’s newfound obsession with Dark Souls, chat about Oxenfree, The Beginner’s Guide, 1979 Revolution, and finally sort out that whole Brexit mess.
Drew and Chella pick their favourite game announcements from this year’s press conferences at E3 2016. Which games, companies and hardware wowed our veteran gamers?
Drew and Chella swing into the studio to discuss Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End. Did the final game in the Nathan Drake story live up to their expectations? Find out in this extended episode celebrating one of the most impressive games to come out for the PlayStation 4 so far.
This week, on Argue the Toss, Drew and Chella are discussing the Assassin’s Creed movie trailer. The reputation of films of games isn’t particularly glorious, so they approach the topic with some trepidation.
This week Chella and John head over to the local mead hall, also known as the GiN Lounge, load up their tankards and talk about their experiences playing the Banner Saga 2. Everyone seems to fall in love with this deeply beautiful game and its mix of combat, role-playing and storytelling.
Drew comes back from a week or so in virtual reality to tell Chella all about it, in this episode of Argue the Toss. All your burning VR questions answered?
In this episode of Argue the Toss, Drew and Chella go to the movies (sort of) to discuss filmic games. That is, the influence of cinema on games.