Vampyr gets an easier and harder mode

If you’ve yet to sink your teeth into the juicy neck of Vampyr, then you may want to hang fire until later this summer when two new difficulty modes are unleashed upon DONTNOD’s narrative ...[Read More]

Vampyr review

Mixing elements of Remember Me and Life is Strange; Vampyr takes the strengths of Dontnod’s previous titles and successfully blends the two into a mighty offering. What if you awoke to find that you h...[Read More]

The awesome adventures of Captain Spirit – New Life is Strange title revealed

DONTNOD are knocking out the titles and from a studio that only really released one at a time, to see a new title set in the Life is Strange universe was quite a surprise and a rather exciting one at ...[Read More]

DONTNOD’s Twin Mirror announced on PlayStation’s “Countdown to E3 2018”

Third time lucky is certainly true of today’s PlayStation reveal. DONTNOD are releasing a brand new title, Twin Mirror, and already I am super stoked. The trailer, which looks beautiful, gives l...[Read More]

Teaser Trailer released for “DONTNOD Presents Vampyr”

Focus Home Interactive and DONTNOD Entertainment have announced “DONTNOD Presents Vampyr”, an original weekly four-part web series, which reveals the studio’s signature approach to bringin...[Read More]

Life Is Strange Sequel in Development

Life Is Strange is one of my all time favorite games, so I let out a squeal of delight when i saw the news from developer DONTNOD that they are working on a sequel. Life Is Strange was originally rele...[Read More]

Life is Strange Episode 5: Polarized review

I’ve enjoyed the Life is Strange season so far. It’s hard to believe that it’s now coming to an end, since it’s initial episode release in February. It has taken an age to conclude, yet it’s with some...[Read More]

Life is Strange Finale hits the store

The season finale of Life is Strange is on its way and is due out today for Xbox One, and Xbox 360. For the fifth and final episode Max will have to make the most pain staking decision of her life whi...[Read More]

Prepare to weather the Life is Strange storm

Have you seen the weather report? There’s a storm coming. Life is Strange developer, DONTNOD, are leading up to the release of the finale of their excellent and puzzling episodic thriller. DONTN...[Read More]

Life is Strange episode 5 tentative release date announced

Dontnod have revealed that they are hoping to release the fifth and final episode of Life is Strange on October 20, though they will push that back if things aren’t quite ready. The news was rev...[Read More]

Life is Strange: Episode 4 review

As with previous episodes in this frankly excellent series, it feels as if it’s taken an absolute age for each episode to be released. I can only relate it to the interminable wait for the next Star W...[Read More]

Life Is Strange penultimate installment out now

Following last weeks news from Square Enix and Dontnod Entertainment that Life Is Strange has reached the magic million, they have confirmed that Episode 4 launches platform wide today. The penultimat...[Read More]

Life is Strange episode 4 release date announced

Episode 4 of Life is Strange will be release on July 28. A new trailer has been released which you can see below. Episode 4 brings Max closer to the truth behind Rachel Amber’s disappearance, as “Max ...[Read More]

Could Life is Strange see a season 2?

Dontnod’s frankly fantastic episodic teen drama, Life is Strange could be in line for a second season, according to the game’s producer Luc Baghadoust. Speaking to Polygon at E3, Luc sugge...[Read More]

Dontnod reveal Vampyr teaser

During E3, Focus Home Interactive announced a new partnership with the makers of Remember Me and Life Is Strange, Dontnod. Called Vampyr, this will be a new role-playing game for your Xbox One. The ga...[Read More]

Life is Strange Episode 3 review

Where do I start with this? If you’ve been following the exploits of Max Caulfield and her friend Chloe at Blackwell Academy in Arcadia Bay, then you’ll be pretty much up to speed on where the story i...[Read More]

Who’s prepared for Chaos Theory in Life is Strange?

It seems like an eternity since I reviewed Episode 2 of Dontnod’s teen drama, Life is Strange. I think I might need to re-play that episode, Out of Time, in order to remind me of the story and w...[Read More]

Life is Strange: Episode 2 review

It seems like an age ago that I reviewed the first episode of Life is Strange. Dontnod’s foray into serialised gaming was by general consensus, a good start to the developing story of Max Caulfield an...[Read More]

Life Is Strange is not Out of Time

It seems like ages ago that I reviewed the promising start to Life is Strange. Episode 1, Chrysalis was just the beginning of Max Caulfield’s story and while it was a solid stepping stone, a gre...[Read More]

Life is Strange: Episode 1 review

Sometimes, it’s a struggle to write about games. They’re either so awful that I can’t think of anything diplomatic enough, or they’re so fantastic that I can’t stop myself from gushing about it. Life ...[Read More]

Life is Strange – The Butterfly Effect

2015 is the year for time bending mechanics in games – we all know that Quantum Break features time abilities but Life is Strange, developed by DONTNOD, is also getting in on the time mechanics. In th...[Read More]

DONTNOD tell us that Life Is Strange

Do you remember DONTNOD entertainment? They created the memory muddling third-person adventure, Remember Me. This time they’ve teamed up with Square Enix to announce a new adventure, featuring t...[Read More]

Remember Me – Review Round Up

Capcom and DONTNOD Entertainments newest cyberpunk IP ‘Remember Me’ has divided opinions across the web with a mixed bag of review scores, it seems the game is “marmite” where ...[Read More]

Remember Me Launch Trailer

Capcom’s new game Remember Me is out now across stores in North America with European gamers having to wait until Friday. A new launch trailer has been released to market the game which remixes ...[Read More]

Remember Me Review

Capcom’s brand new third-person single-player cyberpunk adventure “Remember Me” as developed by DONTNOD Entertainment, values memory as something more than just user-based mind reminiscence, it is a v...[Read More]