What does it feel like to be swinging through the streets of New York City?
Nit-picking is the only option when reviewing the latest edition of a sports game seemingly five minutes after the last one came out.
Don’t you hate it when games companies quickly rush out a poorly-polished sequel in a popular franchise that’s basically a copy-paste job of the same old game with a few re-skins and updated maps?
Virtual reality gear still hasn’t made the sort of waves on the home gaming scene many anticipated. Undeterred, Sony has doubled down with the PSVR2. Ben Allan takes a look.
There was a time when the undisputed best sports game series crown was contested by football heavyweights Fifa and Pro Evo, gridiron powerhouse Madden, and peerless basketball title NBA 2K.
Games about escaping a dark foreign planet or a school full of evil teachers performing strange rituals are examples of what Dunedin and Japanese pupils came up with during the recent Cross Pacific Game Jam.
Confession: I have never been much of an “audio guy”, largely being content to use whatever pair of cheap earphones that came with a long-since-dead cellphone I can find lying around the house.
Dunedin secondary school pupils will have the opportunity to create video games with pupils in Japan this weekend.