Vampyr is coming soon, and personally, I can’t wait to see what it brings. Unfortunately, not every vampire story is worth telling. In fact, I’m sure we’ve all wasted precious hours of our lives watching movies or playing games that turned out to be less interesting than a difficult bowel movement. For example…
By Daniel Hezzlewood 25th January, 2018
PlayStation owners rejoice! The next instalment into the widely loved, hugely anticipated God of War franchise, finally has a release date. Sony have taken their time with it, and I was expecting God of War to be released some time late this year. But instead, Kratos will smash his way into our lives this year on…
By Daniel Hezzlewood 23rd January, 2018
As you grow up, you learn to appreciate different qualities in a movie. Whilst I still enjoy action scenes and watching sexy women jump around on bungee cords whilst shooting bad guys, there needs to be something more to it. Like a good story and decent character development. Well hopefully we’ll get that and more in the upcoming Tomb Raider reboot.
By Daniel Hezzlewood 18th January, 2018
At GoneFullGeek, we can’t wait for indie pixel-art platformer ‘Iconoclasts’. With most of us having favourite games from our child hood being 2D platformers, we hope Iconclasts can bring back some nostalgia from the golden days of gaming.
By Dan Whiteside 16th January, 2018
Hi-Rez Studios have just announced a new game mode for their free-to-play shooter called Paladins Battlegrounds. Similar games like Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds and Fortnite are already in the main stream; is there need for another battle-royale style game?
By Dan Whiteside 4th January, 2018
All of us at GoneFullGeek think that Nicolas Cage is a great actor… well, at least he used to be. With great movies like Face/Off, Con Air, Gone in 60 Seconds, and The Rock under his belt, it’s disappointing that he could end up this desperate.
By Daniel Hezzlewood 1st January, 2018
Announced earlier this year, PlayStation have given us a first look at Secret of Mana HD Gameplay. Since its original release in 1993, it will be interesting to see how close to home this HD remake is to the original!
By Dan Whiteside 17th December, 2017