Avengers Endgame wraps up 22 films and 10 years of storytelling. Drew and Chella discuss the final film in this MCU phase, what worked, what didn’t and what happens next.
The 2019 games release schedule kicks into top gear in April, so Drew & Chella reveal their most anticipated games of 2019.
For 12 days in April, each year, London becomes host to the London Games Festival, culminating in indie convention, EGX Rezzed. The festival is a city takeover, as various games events pop up around the city, celebrating all aspects of videogames culture. Come see the best taht EGX Rezzed had to offer.
Jordan Peele’s latest social horror, Us, is the perfect vehicle for Lupita Nyongo and its young, black cast. Drew and Chella discuss the themes of the film and how it delivers.
Stadia is the cloud-gaming service from Google, which promises seamless gaming across devices and sets its stall out against the console manufacturers. Is Stadia really the future of gaming?
Captain Marvel is late to the MCU party and, as a result, the film suffers. It’s an average Marvel movie with a huge weight of expectation upon it, but doesn’t deliver the unbridled power and joy that Wonder Woman or the latest MCU films have.
Valve withdraws Rape Day from Steam, but the industry responds with disappointment and anger. Indie developer Jean Leggett argues for more leadership from Steam.
Celebrating International Women’s Day 2019 with a letter to all the women in the games industry who inspire, struggle and succeed to make the industry a better place to be.
Nightflyers is a sci-fi horror based on a George R. R. Martin novella from the 80s. It’s not bad, but it’s just not scary and leans so heavily into common sci-fi and horror tropes that it all feels too familiar to be compelling.
Sable is a tool for blind gamers to make their own games. Chella looks at some of the facets of the blind gaming community, such as audio FPS games and the lack of accessibility in mainstream games.