Callum Rakestraw

Reviews Editor for Entertainium. He/him

Ibb & Obb Review

Depending on how you play Ibb & Obb, it will either be a delightful game of jolly cooperation or an exercise in multitasking hell. Despite its inviting looks, Ibb & Obb is a deceitfully challenging game. It’s cooperative-based platforming requires coordination on a grand scale, as well as extreme dexterity should you play solo. Guiding…

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Gun Monkeys Review

In the distant future, the human race is wiped from the Earth following a failed perpetual energy experiment. Well, technically it succeeded – energy now rains from the sky – but the whole everyone being dead thing kinda puts a damper on it. Not that it’s going to stop clever entrepreneurs like yourself. In Gun…

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Gun Monkeys Impressions

Haven’t played enough of the game to feel comfortable reviewing Gun Monkeys yet (connectivity issues – mine and the game’s own – have been preventing me from finding many games, random or otherwise), but I’ve been itching to write, so… yeah. Impressions! Enjoy. Procedurally-generated maps is a brilliant idea for a multiplayer game. Keeps every…

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The Walking Dead: 400 Days Review

It’s a testament to Telltale Games’ skill as developers that they’re able to continuously craft interesting and believable characters. Very important for a franchise that thrives on character drama such as The Walking Dead. Last year’s inaugural season delivered spectacularly on this front. Everyone – from regulars to one-off  individuals – felt real, relatable. But…

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E3 2013 – D4 Preview

One of the bigger surprises from Microsoft’s E3 press conference was the unveiling of Hidetaka “Swery65” Suehiro’s (of Deadly Premonition fame) new game D4, for Xbox One. An episodic murder mystery, D4 follows a private detective with the strange ability to travel back in time by touching certain mementos.  The game sports a cel-shaded art…

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