Game where the villain is a warrior who's been hoarding health potions in case he needs them, and you have to defeat him in order to release them to cure a plague. https://t.co/ybxjwP9UUD— John Ayliff (@johnayliff) June 24, 2020
This is the video game version of a Mark Knopfler epic. To be clear that's a great thing. https://t.co/uu44OJt3VO— Robert Zacny (@RobZacny) June 24, 2020
For VG247, I tracked down and talked to two members of the British Public who changed their names to Turok back in 2001 as part of Acclaim's ludicrous PR campaign. What I learnt was interesting to say the least!https://t.co/MtG5z2IQVB— Connor (@Neeto_Makar) June 24, 2020
WTF, Island Saver (a Top 50 most-downloaded game in both Europe and North America on Switch) is an educational game commissioned by a UK bank with a 'tax bot' in it: https://t.co/vwz2qDig0t pic.twitter.com/mQVBEZpaAo— Simon Carless (@simoncarless) June 24, 2020
Statues in the garden (’92)— T.W. Burgess (@manoghosts) June 22, 2020
The player assumes the role of a gardener, defending the master’s house from the statues in the garden who remain intent on entering & murdering all occupants.
Players are found dead in their gardens, frozen as if in terror, pale stones in their eyes pic.twitter.com/26tchGGKa4
Another surprise: A random selection of books will also include a torn page of actual sketches I did to plan characters and page layouts. Wouldn't be Zelda without secrets! pic.twitter.com/dFEkc4obCA— Philip Summers (@heyphilsummers) June 23, 2020