As The Cave welcomes seven intrepid explorers into… THE CAVE (it’s a talking cave), SFL chatted with its creator and producer Ron Gilbert about underground Ferris wheels and big weird maps.
Review by Ian Abbott
If I were a 7 year old girl, this would be the game I’d be begging mammy and poppa for. Based on the set of fashion dolls launched in 2010 pitched at alternative little girls who are inspired by the monsters of Lady Gaga and sharp fanged Twilight gang, the Monster High range is crammed onto the groaning shelves of Toys R Us with merchandise by the bucketful alongside novels and TV shows. This is the vampy girls’ second gaming release as a Nintendo Wii/DS double bill.
Santa brought us a big bag of Nintendo joy for Xmas 2012
In part two of our very special interview with THQ’s Huw Beynon, we talk about narrative, a Call of Duty diet and nappies.
With Dark Souls 2 just announced at the VGA Awards, Peter Gothard looks at why it’s more important than ever to prepare to die.
Yeah, it's a movie tie in. Nah, it's not very good :(
We finally managed to drag Ian away from the game, long enough for him to review it (hint, he rather likes it...)
Could Metro: Last Light be the much needed light at the end of the tunnel for struggling publisher THQ? Part one of a very special SFL interview with Huw Beynon.
Finding that unique, perfect, geeky gift for a loved one this Christmas needn’t be a chore thanks to a very special auction for a very special charity.
Halloween may have come and gone, but for Daniel Garner, the nightmare continues...