A heart-warming fairytale from the developers behind The Chronicles of Riddick, Syndicate and The Darkness? Colour us intrigued…
About: Mick Fraser
I've been sluicing around the outer rim of the games industry for about eight years, writing for various sites such as the now-defunct Acegamez, ConsoleMonster and RaidingParty. Most recently I occupied the position of Reviews Editor for Made2Game, but left to explore pastures new - namely my personal blog kill.loot.level. I've written and self-published a novel, which continues to sell just over two copies a month, and I'm working on a second. Slowly.
As far as gaming goes, I prefer a good RPG over most genres, though I've had my head turned by many an FPS or adventure game (where most people want to be Batman, I just really want to be Nathan Drake). Give me a game with a decent story and fleshed-out characters and I'm happy. Alternatively, give me Shoot Many Robots... Also, I pretend I don't like racing or football games, but really I just suck at them.
Recent Posts by Mick Fraser
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This week, Mick enters the Madhouse to take a look back at 2009′s Game of the Year, Batman: Arkham Asylum
With only a month to wait until the worldwide release, all that remains is to get our hands on the finished product and face the full horror of The Last of Us alongside Ellie and Joel.
A brand new feature looking at the hottest new games you’ve probably never heard of. First up, Divekick – a unique fighter from One True Game Studios.
Hang on to your Blazkowicz – Bethesda and Machine Games are taking us back to Wolfenstein…
The Fuse demo is out today – so here’s a trailer where loads of stuff goes boom to rock music
This time on RePlayed, Mick takes a look at Radical Entertainment’s gore-soaked swan-song, Prototype 2.
Sharpen your blade and cancel your papers, because we’re heading back to Ancaria for Sacred Citadel, a side-scrolling hack ‘n’ slash with RPG sensibilities set in the universe of the Sacred franchise.
A brutal, violent RPG set in a harrowing world where magic is powered by pain and sacrifice, SCE Japan’s Soul Sacrifice might just be the darkest game on your Vita.
Journey to Bitterblack Isle in Capcom’s epic expansion to Dragon’s Dogma. A word of advice, though: Take your own coffin and shovel.
It’s a rabbit (sort of) that does Kung fu (sort of)! What’s not to love?
Treyarch balance decent new maps with an excellent Zombies add-on in the best Call of Duty DLC in ages.
This time in RePlayed, Mick takes a look at the gold-tinted dystopia of Eidos Montreal’s sci-fi masterpiece, Deus Ex: Human Revolution.
Mick takes a look at this new MMO from Trion Worlds, set to run alongside brand new SyFy show, Defiance.
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