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Interview: Jotun Designer Will Dubé on Vikings, Giants and Ass-Kicking Ladies

Jotun is a game far more inspired by Team Ico's Shadow of the Colossus than it is by the soaring wave of popularity surrounding Thor. The game's lead is a Norse woman for one and the fact that her name is 'Thora' in a time when Marvel have decided to make Thor's comics counterpart a woman (also named Thor) is a happy coincidence I'm told, but in all honesty, the similarities end there. Thora wields a mahoosize blade from the get-go and gameplay is a mix between death-defying feats of wit, bravery and willpower against giants (those would be the 'Jotun' then) and puzzles that see you embrace runes, shrines and the gods of Norse mythology as Thora fights her way out of Purgatory and into Valhalla. So with that enough to whet my axe-wielding appetite I decided to talk to the game's designer, Will Dubé, to find out more. … [Read More]

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GTA V Release Date November 7th for PC, PS4 and Xbox One, Says Retailer

Right, let’s get this out of the way; I didn’t play GTA V on PS3 or Xbox 360 and I don’t plan to either. But with good reason, though! I was waiting for Rockstar’s crime caper sandbox to land itself on PS4, updated visuals, DLC that I’m too lazy/cheap to pay extra for and all. […]


Welp. Dragon Age: Inquisition Release Date Delayed

It had oodles of potential and promise that it was going to be a gajillion and 2 percent better than whatever round joints in square sockets features Dragon Age 2 coughed up and left us with like a soggy hairball. Alas, for all of the nice things that it was going to offer us, the […]


Shadows on the Vatican – Act 1: Greed (PC) Review

A quick skim of the ‘controversies’ section of The Vatican Bank (less conspicuously ‘The Institute for the Works of Religion’ in official terms)’s Wiki page and you’ll very soon understand that not only does The Vatican make a good, holy chunk of money each year, but that there’s also a reasonable amount of people questioning […]