Telltale games turn their attention to zombies in an episodic adventure series based on Robert Kirkman’s Walking Dead comics. Do zombies and modernized point-and-click mechanics work well together?
To those of you who haven’t read the Walking Dead, or seen the (excellent) AMC TV adaptation – It tells the stories of the scattered human population after a zombie apocalypse. The narrative focuses on the interaction between characters and how they cope with the breakdown of society. Its closest approximation is George Romero’s classics if they went on forever in a constant loop of despair, More >
Educational titles are a bit of a rarity on the PS3, let alone ones for pre-school children. Enter “Learning With The Pooyoos”, a series of activities for very young children featuring a cast of cute cartoon animals. The game recommends 3-6 year olds, though that might be a stretch.
My take on Learning with the PooYoos Ep1 is that it’s a great game for 3 year olds. It probably wouldn’t hold the attention of the upper limit of its recommended age range simply because there isn’t much to do. Every child is different of course. This issue will be alleviated once there are more episodes on the More >
Sometimes the PS3′s on-screen keyboard can seem slow and cumbersome. If you’re a frequent user of PS:Home or just end up messaging or text chatting your friends frequently you might find yourself in the market for a PS3 keypad.
First it should be noted that almost any USB wired, wireless (with a dongle) – or bluetooth keyboard should work perfectly on the PS3 already. For a lot of people putting a small or even full sized keyboard on your lap while gaming is the best option. These keypads are really for users who want a small solution that wont use up living room space.
Compared to the More >
A charming puzzle adventure from the house of Brütal Legend, Psychonauts and Costume Quest.
When news first broke that Double Fine would be forgoing development of larger titles to concentrate on smaller downloadable games people seemed pretty worried. Now, just months after the well-received Costume Quest and their second small title is equally appealing. Was the worry misplaced?
Story: Telling the story of a tiny stacking doll called Charlie Blackmore on a quest to save his family and put a stop to child labour and an evil industrialist, Stacking is just about the most unusual game concept More >