One of the few benefits of being stuck at home during this weird pseudo-lockdown period in the UK is suddenly having more time than ever before. Yes, I’ve been working throughout the pandemic – having been very lucky to have a decent work from home setup, as well as working on a project that can […]
I recently finished Call of Cthulhu by Cyanide, a Lovecraftian survival horror game with a heavy focus on a creepy, twisting narrative. Spoilers; I loved it! Read the full Geek and Tonic review today.
There have been countless versions of Hell in modern media. Sure, there’s a lot of common themes – torture, evil incarnate, cloven hooves etc – but I’m not sure there’s ever been a portrayal quite like Afterparty‘s. You play as childhood friends Milo and Lola who have found themselves among the recently deceased and wind up […]
Since becoming an ‘adult’ I’ve found a distinct lack of time to dedicate to games, so I’ve started leaning towards quality over quantity – specifically, ones that allow me to have quality time with my husband as well as satisfy my gaming itch. This has led us to games like Destiny, the TellTale series, Divinity […]
Simply put, the first BioShock game is one of my all time favourite games, nay experiences in general. I remember playing it on Christmas Day in 2007, a wee young whippersnapper of 14, and instantly falling in love with the world of Rapture. It had it all – not only was it a master class […]
I considered a lot of options for the first video game review on the site. Do I go for something classic like Deus Ex, or a personal favourite like Mass Effect or Dragon Age, or something that i’m currently playing like Divinity 2: Original Sin? All of the above are great options, but I went […]