Standby for Titanfall 2

During their E3 press conference, Respawn Entertainment and Electronic Arts officially announced that Titanfall 2 will drop worldwide on October 28th, 2016. We know that Titanfall 2 will release on Xbox One, PC, and for the first time for the franchise, will be launching on PlayStation 4. The highly-anticipated first-person shooter is set to build on the foundation that Respawn established with th...[Read More]

Bethesda E3 Recap 2016

Scott Davidson, Editor at Mouse N Joypad brings you a video recap of the Bethesda E3 conference. 

Interview With Brainy Studio – We Talk About TurnOn

Next in Mouse N Joypad’s long line of interesting interviews is that with Brainy Studio the developers of Turn On, an environmental puzzler whose review you can read here. Without further ado, here’€™s what we managed to get out of their crew! First things first, where did the studio name originate from? From the very beginning, we decided to name our dev team in two words, whereas the...[Read More]

Syndrome Preview | MOUSE n JOYPAD

Horror is a difficult genre to master. Hell, it’s a difficult genre to do even half-way well. There aren’t many great horror games that have been released over the last few years (and no, I do not count Five Nights at Freddie’s as a good horror game), there have been some exemplary titles but most of the time all we can hope for is something that will give us the odd jump scare. Creative Ass...[Read More]

Postal Redux Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  There are few games that can claim to have created such widespread controversy as the original Postal. A game where the sole objective was to simply massacre everyone on screen. Aside from Mortal Kombat (the reason we have the ESRB), it may be the most controversial game that has been released since the abhorrent Custer’s Revenge. Naturally this sparked outrage with people calling for the...[Read More]

Life Goes On: Done to Death Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  Puzzle games that feature a nice balance in terms of difficulty seem to be a rare bird in this day and age. Sure, we have great puzzlers like The TALOS Principle and The Witness, but more often than not I find that puzzle games struggle with applying a difficulty curve that depends on how familiar gamers are with your brand of logic. Ending up with most games having a mix of hair pulling di...[Read More]

IGN Acquires Gametrailers, Says They Will Archive | MOUSE n JOYPAD

Many are still reeling from the closure of Full disclosure- I was a big fan. The site had a real charm and a fantastic way of celebrating gaming while keeping the style very professional. Their reviews were usually well received, and their retrospectives were something that any fan should check out. It’s been several months, and many of us have moved on- but it would seem there...[Read More]

James Carroll Interview – Man O’ War: Corsair | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  Last week, Evil Twin Artworks released Patch 0.2 for their Early Access naval title: Man O’ War: Corsair. The patch is a big one, adding new units, 32 new ports and a huge expansion to the playable area for the game. You can read the announcement of the patch notes HERE. I got the chance to speak with James Carroll, Director at Evil Twin Artworks, about the game. We speak about the game i...[Read More]

Warframe Introducing Vauban Prime | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  It’s that time again – there’s a new Prime Access making its way into the rich (and ever-so-richer) world of Warframe, and it’s happening tomorrow, 17. of this month! If you’re at all interested in Warframe, surely you’ve heard by now that the next Prime Frame is none other than Vauban, and he comes packing some serious heat in the form of Akstilleto sub-machine guns and the p...[Read More]

Gang Beasts: Multiplayer Preview | MOUSE n JOYPAD

Lately, games have not taken themselves too seriously, and that’s okay. Games like Battle Born, Plants vs Zombies, and Ratchet and Clank all strum to a more comical string. Along with these titles is indie hit Gang Beasts. The original game released in August of 2014, and is now adding a multiplayer function. A lot of the joy of playing Gang Beasts (if not all of it) comes from playing wit...[Read More]

Mr. Nibbles Forever Review | MOUSE n JOYPAD

  Porting a game across multiple systems is an easy and cheap way of extending its shelf-life, and reaching a number of new potential fans. For instance, not everyone in this day and age has a smartphone available to them (god have mercy on their souls), meaning a whole host of fun games like Temple Run and Angry Birds are inaccessible to casual gamers who might otherwise be interested in suc...[Read More]

Starship Corporation Preview | MOUSE n JOYPAD

Imagine a business of some sort. Any kind – doesn’t matter what it is. You did? Great. Chances are, there exists a simulator game out there that deals with the business you’ve imagined. Trucks, busses, trains, game development, zoos, theme parks… and these are just off the top of my head. It’s perhaps a bit of an oddity, then, to see that there are fa...[Read More]