The rumours were true
After years of rumours, Square Enix and Eidos Montreal have officially announced Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy. Coming to both PlayStation 5 and PS4, it's an action adventure game in which you play Peter Quill, aka Star Lord, in a space-spanning adventure with the usual rag-tag team: Rocket Raccoon, Groot, Drax, and...
I am Groot
It's probably a little bit late in the day but Don't Stop Believin', the final episode of Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy, is easily the best episode of the series to date. That might not sound like glowing praise given the often painful mediocrity of the previous episodes, but it at least makes for a nice surprise and leaves us with a...
More Than a Feeling is, unfortunately, more of the same for Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy. In our reviews for the previous two episodes, we've talked at length about how the Telltale incarnations of the popular Marvel superheroes feel like a watered down version of their big screen counterparts. We've mentioned the main narrative...
Telltale's Guardians of the Galaxy seems to assume that you're already familiar with the titular team of loveable rogues after the success of the 2014 smash-hit movie of the same name, as there is very little in the way of introduction for any of the characters involved. This is simultaneously Episode One's greatest strength and greatness...
Only a decade late
There's plenty to mock about Mass Effect right now, but Guardians of the Galaxy being a Telltale Game, it's probably right to avoid Andromeda's wonky animations. Instead it's gone for the original's infamously long elevator rides. We all love a bit of self-referential, meme humour, right? Right? Destiny 2's trailer taught us that.
Like a rocket
Telltale Games' take on Guardians of the Galaxy will rocket to the PlayStation 4 starting 18th April, the developer has announced. It'll be followed by a retail release – including digital access to all episodes – on 2nd May in North America and 5th May in Europe. The first episode, Tangled Up in Blue, will cost you $4.99 if you...
Looks like our speculation was bang on the money, as Eurogamer is reporting that Deus Ex has been placed on hiatus. According to the site, Eidos Montreal is moving on from Adam Jensen as it takes the reins of