Sunless Skies – The Review

Story-rich, rogue-like role-playing in Sunless Skies  Across a dark abyss I spotted a lone ship, engines firing towards me. I braced for another standard battle when I noticed the tentacles protruding from its rear. This was a terror I had not faced before. BY MATT TIERNAN, FEB 13 2019 Review Summary Game: Sunless Skies Publisher: Failbetter Games Price: £18.99 – …

Counting Sheep – Vaults 2019 Review

Prepare for a revolution with Counting Sheep at the Vault Festival 2019 Do you revolve or evolve? BY ROBIN BATES​ Review Summary Product Name: Counting Sheep Product Type: Immersive Theatre Price: £19.50-£31.50 Rating: Entering the Vaults beneath Waterloo Station, we are transported to Kiev. Sat either side of a long table, with the cheap seats on benches either side, and the …

MagicCats Builder (Crazy Dreamz) Review

Cats! Magic! Building! And Dreamz (crazy of course)! It’s a MagiCats Builder Review   MagiCats Builder; A game of randomness, player creativity and best of all, cats! It is a free to play game that’s available on PC via Steam and it is also available on mobile via the Apple Store and Google Play.   Little Big Catnip? <   ...

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Werewolf: Live! Review

Werewolves of London, Edinburgh, and Beyond: Live (The Review) Dawn breaks at the quiet little village (which the audience just named, and used something related to the heat rather than a dick joke) and all is peaceful… At least until the latest victim of the werewolf attacks is discovered, torn to pieces, blood and viscera all over the walls. Someone …

The MCM Comic Con Lgo being welcomed to the ReedPOP family

MCM London Comic Con May 2018 – Reedpop, new content, and you

Ah MCM Comic Con – the biggest of the UK con scene, returned for its first London convention under the auspices of its new ReedPOP owners.   What’s changed and is it for the better? Is it just the signage or is there more? Here’s our review of last weekend’s pop culture extravaganza.   CH CH CH CHANGES STAGES The …

PC Gamer Weekender – Kingdom Come and Rend impressions

Stepping into the hall at Olympia where PC Gamer (sponsored by Omen by HP) had set out their stall for the weekend was an education in organised chaos; teams were unboxing monitors, booting PCs, going through buckets of coffee and generally fortifying themselves for the deluge of gamers due in the days ahead. Ranks of high, white stands, housing the …

Star Wars: Secrets of the Empire review

  The all-too-familiar sound of the Stormtroopers’  laser blasts ringing in our ears (someone’s been training these guys too, they know how to hit). Each blast keenly felt in the haptic rumble of our weighty body armour, we return fire feeling the heat of Mustafar’s lavascape in front of, and around us. To the left of me, two fellow rebels …

Sorcerers of Southwark: Defend the City – Robin Reviews

Night falls across and evil stirs – it’s time for the Sorcerers of Southwark to Defend the City! A quiet ecology park. A secret enclave of wizards in South London. A mystical menace lurking in the woods.   The entrance to the park deserted, except for a few muggle joggers, or are they dark wizards in disguise?   It’s time …