If you haven't read the article by Patricia that inspired this response, you can find it here.
Everyone has petty grievances in life. Whether it's a sudden gust of wind after you've spent all morning raking the autumn leaves, or it's when you put your ruler down on a table and then can't get your nails underneath it to pick it up again, we all come across fantastically unimportant issues in our day to day lives…
Playing Bioshock Infinite for a third time, and now firmly in Easy mode, I couldn't help but wish there was a counterpart to the infamous '1999 Mode'. I imagined a mode which would remove or largely reduce the numbers of enemies in the game so that it could be enjoyed at a leisurely pace, to take in the views and the…
I was just thinking about the PS4 and how it seems to be a much more socially focussed system than we're accustomed to. We've seen, or been told, how users will be able to join their friends game and watch what they're doing. And that's cool.
Having played Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the Witch for just over forty hours now, I've seen my fair share clever word play, but my current favourite is one that might escape players who aren't from the UK. Slight spoilers!
Playing my way through Ni No Kuni is just reminding me how much I love world maps.
Are these games.com articles articles or adverts?
So, is there any danger of Persona 4: Arena being released in Europe at any time? I'm hankering for some Persona 4 love that doesn't involve me buying a PS2 or a PSVita.
I'm having a look on the old interwebs here but I'm not seeing anything; does anybody have any ideas if Persona 3: FES is going to get a PSN release in Europe? I know it's on the US store, but all this P4: Golden talk has got me wanting a Persona fix and there's none to be had. Damned non-backwards compatible PS3.
I just finished the last part of the Walking Dead game.