About: Stephen Loftus

I'm a Dad to my daughter and my dog, a gamer since I was born and a TV nut since I could open my eyes! Like my taste in music, I have a wide variety of genres of games that I play. My preference would have to be RPG though. Gamertag: Stevee

Posts by: Stephen Loftus

Daedalic’s Silence is a sequel to the point and click adventure The Whispered World, released back in 2009. This time however, the world you’re exploring is a lot more grim than the land of Silence once was; playing upon the concept of the barrier between life and death, everything is conjured up from one teenager’s imagination. Silence is quite unsettling from the get go, as this title toys around with psychology and similar themes. From the orphans’ escape of an air raid, to the realisation that you’ve just walked out of a humongous world war unscathed, you’ll experience all the darker thoughts that inhabit this child’s mind. Playing primarily as Noah, an orphaned teenager looking … Read More »

The Mists of Ravenwood is the sequel to Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek, by developer & publisher Artifex Mundi, an independent company famous for bringing to the table point and click/ hidden object hybrid games. Mists is no different. In fact, it seems with each release ported to Xbox One, Artifex warms to the task at hand, with more in-depth storytelling and challenging puzzles. Mists of Ravenwood takes place one year on from the events of Maple Creek, following our unnamed protagonist as she sleuths her way through another supernatural occurrence, this time through the Redwood Carving Heritage Park, all whilst following a lead on the disappearance of … Read More »

Stardew Valley is a country-life role play game developed entirely by one man, Eric Barone, under the pseudonym of ConcernedApe. It’s an Animal Crossing/ Harvest Moon-type hybrid game where you set out in a new town to make a new life for yourself, meeting the local townspeople and living off the land. There are numerous activities to get involved in to help you make a living for yourself including fishing, farming, mining, raising animals and even fighting monsters. Stardew Valley is available for pre-order now, with a release date set for 14th December on Xbox One. Will you be travelling … Read More »

The Fractured But Whole was due to release early next month, just in time for Christmas, but due to Stone and Parker’s ultimate commitment and determination towards the Stick of Truth sequel, the game was delayed, with a release unconfirmed. The creators have been working extremely closely with Ubisoft to make sure the title is in tip-top shape and was unhappy to release the game in December, to make sure it gets fine-tuned from the ground up. They are huge gamers themselves so they understand how frustrating it can be to receive a game unfinished, or buggy so we know … Read More »

The last time we wrote something about Crackdown 3, was in our article about cloud gaming, but news has been scarce surrounding this title and it seems an age since it was first announced. This leaves a lot of room for people to speculate and assume, as what has happened recently with rumours regarding it’s cancellation. But never fear, as we can always count on Phil Spencer to shed light on grim situations. Crackdown 3 is still very much in development, Spencer clarifies on twitter: @JoshLuck1995 Yep, saw a build the other day, looked good. One thing I love about … Read More »

It’s been 10 years since Final Fantasy XV was first announced, and we have had to endure many teasers, demos and push-backs but now the title is in close reach, releasing next week worldwide. Director Hajime Tabata, has announced some of the features that will be included in the whopping 7GB patch that will be released on day one of release. The patch has been given a name, titled Crown Update and will fix the camera issue that fans complained about during the demo’s and include some socially-focused features that will enable gamers to take stunning photographs using Promptu’s camera and uploading them to … Read More »

Lost Odyssey was one of the highest voted RPG’s to become backwards compatible and was finally released less than a month ago. Tonight, a Reddit user has reported that everyone can grab a digital copy of Lost Odyssey on Xbox 360, absolutely free. However, Microsoft have tried to be somewhat clever in disguising it in the form of an avatar item labelled “Backwards Compatibility Free Gift”. All you need to do is download the free avatar item here, then Lost Odyssey will appear in your ready to install list on your Xbox One. That’s all there is to it so go ahead … Read More »

We’ve almost reached a year since the release of the multiplayer-only strategy shooter Rainbow Six Siege; and to celebrate going into it’s second year, Ubisoft is releasing free DLC; titled Red Crow, introducing new Japanese Operators and a new map set it in Japan to go along with it. Today, they have released a trailer outlining what the DLC will contain, once it drops tomorrow. The following is what will be included in the DLC: The Skyscraper Map – It is placed high above the streets of Nagoya, Japan, where Operators have to neutralize an organised crime threat within a Yakuza-filled mansion … Read More »

This year marks 20 years since we were first horrified by the zombies of Resident Evil. And to celebrate the anniversary, Capcom are gracing us with a gruesome, yet awesome-ly good package with the Collector’s Edition of Resident Evil VII. Leaked by the retailer GameStop, the Collector’s Edition includes: 5 Lithographs 3 Alternative covers for the games packaging A DLC code A Resident Evil 20th anniversary artbook A model of the Baker’s mansion A 16GB memory stick modelled after a severed finger This collection really is to die for. The memory stick is probably worth it alone. I wouldn’t recommend … Read More »

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