It’s bright, it’s chaotic, and by golly is it fun to play. But does the lack of directive other than “keep shooting the things” wear thin in Severed Steel after a while? The Finger Guns review:
While July 2021 is bereft of AAA big hitters, there’s a number of indie games you should keep your eye out for. Here’s 12 of our favourites.
A combination of Nordic horror and atmospheric sci-fi adventure, Apsulov: End of Gods is launching on PC and consoles in summer 2021. Originally launched in 2019 on PC, first person horror game Apsulov: End of Gods is heading to consoles in Summer 2021. This news comes courtesy of Digerati and Perp Games who’re bringing the […]
4 years after its initial launch, Nongunz returns. Completely rebuilt for consoles as the “Doppelganger Edition”, it’s still an mystifying yet alluring game. The Finger Guns Review.
From 2D skateboard journeys to playable metal albums, May has indie games for everyone. Here’s 20 we think you should be excited about.
99 Episodes of the Finger Guns Podcast? Who would have thought it. On this episode Sean, Greg and Toby discuss the burning issues from the week; Bethesda joins Microsoft Games Studios – Games Going Exclusive to Xbox? Square Enix Presents – What’s going to get announced? Sony Play Play Play – Japanese conference announced. Teenage […]
The program for the London Games Festival 2021 has been revealed, A Musical Story announced, Whitethorn Games Festival dated. It’s the FG Daily.
Sniper Ghost Warrior Contracts 2 release date, a tonne of announcements from the New Game + 2.0 steam and a game you play with your eyes? All that and more in today’s gaming news.
An almost top-down cRPG that borrows a little much from its table top peers and gets a tad cliched at times, Tower of Time is fun despite its flaws. The Finger Guns Review.