Join us for the first episode in our new series, Monkey Tail Chronicles! Here we take a quick look back through the history of Rare, one of the UK’s most beloved games developers.
After Bethesda’s stellar conference it’s on to another titan, in the pleasingly rectangular shape of Xbox. Continue reading
Excited about Fallout 4? Yeah, us too. But first, our Jo ventures into the wasteland in the iconic Fallout 3! Before you say anything, she’s very aware she should have played it way before now. No Nuka Cola treats for Jo.
Our Geralt goes hunting in the swamp, gets into fistfights and plays drunken kiss chase in this episode of Monkey Tail Plays Nice!
With the recent news that both Watchdogs and Drive Club have been delayed to next year the launch line up for both PS4 and Xbox One are looking as barren as Old Mother Hubbard’s cupboards. Whilst not on quite the same scale as the launch of Sega Saturn Continue reading
Join the Monkey Tail Staff as they celebrate their first year of podcasting and pick their individual top five games of the generation. There’s also time for a quiz of many laughs and talk of the upcoming 24 hour gaming marathon in aid of the charity Special Effect.
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Well that’s it. E3 2013 is over. As is the tradition at this time of year we need to pick a winner out of the big three so let’s have a brief recap of the evidence. Microsoft came out to silence the critics after receiving something of a mauling after their Xbox ONE reveal a few weeks ago. They did a fair job of it too. In the most flowing conference Microsoft bombarded us with Continue reading
So first up to run the E3 conference gauntlet this year was Microsoft. Their first showing was from Konami with a gameplay video of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. Showing the impressive Fox Engine off, it showed the new open world with Snake traversing the land on horseback. Real time weather effects looked impressive and hold the potential to open up new gameplay avenues. Looks like both the CQC and stealth techniques have been improved greatly, appearing to make this new entry smoother to play than Metal Gear of the past. It’s a fantastic start to this year’s show; let’s hope it continues at this level.