• Review: Tell Me Why

    While it isn’t perfect, Tell Me Why is a promising title. It’s charming, emotional and offers well-written dialogue. Dontnod’s poignant story delivers what it set out to do, and through rekindling the sadness of a broken childhood, the twins discover much about themselves and also their mother. This journey...
  • Everything Announced At X019

    Microsoft held X019 in London today, and the annual event had a ton of reveals, release dates and more. During the 90 minute stream, Xbox showcased a ton of new games, revealed more games for Xbox Game Pass, announced new dates for Project xCloud, and confirmed some rumours that...
  • Xbox Game Pass Adds Life Is Strange 2

    Xbox Game Pass is once again proving to be what the future of gaming looks like. Today, the service has added Life is Strange 2 to the growing roster of available games and that’s pretty cool. Xbox is adding the entire Life is Strange series, too. So You can grab...
  • Life is Strange 2: Episode 2 Out In January

    The second episode from Dontnod and Square Enix’s Life is Strange series is out in January of next year, the publisher revealed today. Sean and Daniel’s story continues in Episode 2. On the run from the police following a tragic incident in Seattle and the manifestation of a strange...
  • The Awesome Adventures Of Captain Spirit Is A New Life Is Strange Title

    Dontnod Entertainment is on fire with the amount of games they are either working on, and have released. Life is Strange has been their biggest success and so seeing a new game title set within that universe sounds like a no brainer. In The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit,...
  • Review: Vampyr

    It has been forever since I’ve experienced a game where vampires were at the front and center. The source material is hard to ever get right, and even though we got something so close with Castlevania Lords of Shadow, that project hit the wall pretty hard, leaving a gaping...
  • Highly Anticipated RPG ‘Vampyr’ Delayed Until Next Year

    Players are going to have to wait a little bit longer to sink their teeth into the highly anicipated RPG, Vampyr from DontNod Entertainment, as the game has been delayed into Spring of 2018, when it will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC. CEO of DontNod Entertainment, Oskar...
  • Vampyr’s London Setting Is Disease Ridden

    The next game from Life is Strange and Remember Me developer. Dontnod Entertainment breaks down the skill set that players can utilize as they stalk the streets of London. The game is set in London in 1918 where there is a disease spreading throughout the city. The past week’s Gamescom...