A new studio made up of Ex-Bullfrog/Lionhead staff have just announced a spiritual follow-up to the beloved 90’s sim game Theme Hospital. The first trailer for the game has just dropped and it looks like Two Point Hospital is going to nail that nostalgic feeling.
Toxic Games has released a game-play trailer for Q.U.B.E. 2, its sequel to the award-winning original game. Featuring a gripping linear story, within a more open-ended framework, the game allows players to combine game mechanics in new and exciting ways. Q.U.B.E. 2 launches on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Q1 2018.
Bandai Namco have just announced the latest Gundam game, New Gundam Breaker. The trailer gives us little information on the title but does enough to get me excited for a colourful mech game! The title is set for a 2018 release on PlayStation 4.
What is essentially a Game of the Year version of the game, Final Fantasy XV: Royal Edition has just been confirmed by Square Enix. This will include an all-new dungeon (Insomnia City Ruins), new features such as first person mode, new gear, new bosses, all of the current season pass content (Episode Gladiolus, Episode Prompto, […]
Dark Souls: Remastered has now been confirmed by Bandai Namco, after a day of speculation online. The game will be coming to the Nintendo Switch but also to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC on 25th May. Praise the sun!
The critically-acclaimed Metroidvania game Axiom Verge is coming to retail stores on 26th January in a deluxe Multiverse Edition, as well as a standard version, for PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. Developer Tom Happ spent five years creating Axiom Verge entirely by himself, including the programming, art, story, and music.
With 2017 ending, now is an appropriate time for Big Red Barrel staff to list their favourite video games of the year.
2K and Firaxis Games have revealed that Tamar will lead Georgia in Civilization VI: Rise and Fall. Tamar was a strong patron of the arts. She bolstered trade and commerce, and minted coins bearing her monogram and titles. Laws were codified. Churches and cathedrals were built. Georgian culture developed as a strong and lively blend of […]