Summer rolls on, and so do the new releases.
Mark’s roller-coaster relationship with Bungie’s looter shooter continues. Having declared Destiny was dying last year, has he changed his mind?
April, the time when the lambs should be leaping and the piglets suckling, flowers start blooming and a freshness comes into everybody’s steps as the sun makes an appearance. So as Spring is the sign of new beginnings LGR have decided to do a new feature and select some games that we are looking forward … More LGR April Preview
Adam “Duck & Cover” Ducker runs us through the top 10 games he played in 2018 … More Adam’s Top 10 Games Played In 2018
A long time ago (just over 5 yrs in fact) and what seems now, in a galaxy far, far away, EA announced the exclusive rights to publish Star Wars games, developed by DICE, Visceral and Bioware. There was hope for many that we would get great games, while others felt fear; that the corporate machinations … More How EA have flipped- flopped with Star Wars.
This is an interview with Super Smashing Great Games and a review of their first game Foreveracers How did the name Super Smashing Great Games come about? There’s a mix of influences. Initially, it was a bit of false bravado, and a play on the old school game name conventions like ‘super mega ultra. It … More Super Smashing Great Game Interview / Foreveracers Review
Justin Kauer is an indie developer from America, working on his first full game, Warriors of Ari. Tell us a bit more about yourself Justin Well, I’m from a small town in Blackfoot, Idaho. I’ve always liked the basic platformer games like Mario and all that stuff so that kinda, I always wanted to be … More Kauer Games Interview
The first full episode of LGR:Play is here, in which Mark and Adam discuss the intriguing text adventure Subsurface Circular, from acclaimed indie developer Mike Bithell. If you’d like to appear on an episode of LGR:Play then tweet us or shoot an email over to firstname.lastname@example.org