Greg Giddens

Some say Greg isn’t one person but a group of many people posting under the pseudonym “Greg”. No one knows for sure but either way, as long as he continues to fight the good fight of reviewing games, then we will always consider him a hero.

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Metrico+ review

Metrico+ is devilishly clever and difficult. It’s remarkable how much the simple mechanics can be worked into such mind boggling platforming puzzles. Which is brilliant. It’s a testament to its design, and that ‘eureka’ moment you have when you finally solve one of these puzzles is tremendously satisfying. Metrico+ challenges you to conquer six zones from a map that strongly resembles a subway. Ea...

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands singleplayer walkthrough video

Excited about the new Ghost Recon? We certainly are, and to whet our appetite, Ubisoft have put together a video exploring some of the single-player features in Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands in a new walkthrough video, commented by Dominic Butler, Lead Designer on the game.

Meet the characters of Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3

CI Games are going all out for Sniper: Ghost Warrior 3, hoping to produce a deeper more immersive story experience thanks to it’s diverse cast of characters. Jon North is dropped into a hot conflict zone in the Republic of Georgia. Located at the crossroads of Western Asia and Eastern Europe, Georgia is of critical strategic importance and is sliding into the chaos and slaughter of civil war...

The Town of Light coming to Xbox One

Publisher Wired Productions will be bringing Italian developer LKA.it’s award-winning psychological adventure The Town of Light to Xbox One later this year. This will be an enhanced version of the original PC release, offering new puzzles, additional story elements, reworked voiceover dialogue, more interactive elements and a huge graphical and UI overhaul that aims to deliver a more polishe...

New story trailer for 2Dark

The creator of Alone in the Dark has been busy with another horror title, 2Dark, an unforgiving stealth-horror game in which even the save mechanic can apparently kill you. Plagued by a string of child abductions, darkness hangs over the once-picturesque city of Gloomywood like a curse. Having seen his own wife slain and children taken, former detective Mr. Smith vows to find justice and bring an ...

Yooka-Laylee multiplayer trailer

Yooka-Laylee’s release is only a few months away, and we’re getting pretty excited for this 3D platformer. And now we have a better idea of what Yooka-Laylee’s multiplayer will entail, thanks to a multiplayer reveal trailer. Looks like the multiplayer will offer a host of mini-games for local play with up to four players, or solo competing for high scores. We can’t wait.

Final Fantasy XV Moogle Chocobo Carnival trailer

Whilst we wait for the Season Pass DLC to start releasing, we have plenty of other content to enjoy thank to the limited time Moogle Chocobo Carnival which starts January 24th. The carnival will take place in Altissia and includes a bunch of mini-games to indulge in, including: chocobo racing, skilled shooting challenges, and photo with mascots. It looks silly and fun, we’ll definitely be th...

The Sexy Brutale gets a new trailer and release date

Tequila Works and Cavalier Game Studios have released the first gameplay trailer for their upcoming murder mystery, puzzle game The Sexy Brutale. We also have a release date for this co-production between RiME creator Tequila Works and UK-based developer Cavalier Game Studios, April 12th. The trailer features elderly priest Lafcadio Boone, who is attempting to prevent a recurring series of murders...

Resident Evil 7 supports Play Anywhere

We’re only a week away from the new Resident Evil title launching, but still there’s some pleasant surprises coming to light. Head of Xbox, Phil Spencer, sent out a Tweet this evening confirming that Resident Evil 7 will support Play Anywhere, allowing you to purchase it once, digitally on Xbox One or Windows 10, and then play it on either PC or Xbox One with your saves and achievement...

Neverwinter: Storm King’s Thunder – Sea of Moving Ice update is available now

Cryptic Studios’ free-to-play MMO Neverwinter, has just received its latest update, introducing several new features to the already rich multiplayer RPG. Continuing the story from Storm King’s Thunder, the threat of the Ring of Winter persists, leaving Neverwinter and its surrounding lands in peril. Adventurers must gather support against Jarl Storvald and his stronghold while navigating dan...

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Nevermind review

Nevermind provides an interesting and eerie opportunity to see into the minds of four very different individuals, and help them overcome trauma. It’s part walking simulator, part puzzler and part horror, although the latter largely puts you in a position of unease rather than fright. And the three gameplay elements meld together splendidly to create a unique and fascinating, albeit short, experien...

Interview: Martin Wahlund of Fatshark about Vermintide

We here at TiX Towers are big fans of Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide, Scoring it a whopping 9/10 in our review. Our Senior Editor, Greg Giddens, is a fan of not only the game but also the Warhammer table top games that inspired it, and he was fortunate enough to interview developer Fatshark’s CEO, Martin Wahlund, about their Skaven slaying multiplayer title. The interview took p...