After its success at The Game Awards 2018, Celeste is sure to garner a few new players and we here at Square Peg Gamers are more than happy to show you the ropes of this mountain scaling platformer. Gameplay Celeste’s gameplay is all about platforming up a mountain through various levels. Players control Madeline, a young girl with the ability to jump, climb walls for … Continue reading Celeste Beginners Guide: Everything you need to know
The worst kept secret in the past few days is finally out, we are getting a remastered version of the much-loved PlayStation 1 classic, Crash Team Racing. This brand-new remake will be launching on the 21st June 2019, ready for the 20th anniversary of the game. However, like previous remakes of our favourite PlayStation classics, the game has a brand-new title – Crash Team Racing … Continue reading Orange Dice Rumors Confirmed for Another Crash Remake
The 2019 season of the Overwatch League is quickly approaching, and we’ve gathered all the information to guide you through the season. The regular season for 2019 will start on the 14th of February and consist of four stages lasting five weeks each, making for a 20-week long season that reflects 2018. At the end of each stage there will be a stage playoff where … Continue reading Overwatch League 2019 season – the rundown
Last evening during the Game Awards, Capcom revealed a playable demo for Devil May Cry 5. The demo is slated for a release later today, December 7th, and will be exclusively available on Xbox One. Capcom has confirmed that the demo will be available on other platforms at a later date, but is currently a timed exclusive. Alongside the newly revealed demo, there was also … Continue reading Demo May Cry: Xbox receives exclusive DMC 5 demo.
For Alien/Predator fans, video games have always under-delivered on their promise to provide an interactive insight into the regularly expanded and refined universe which encompasses both races of iconic antagonists. Whilst Alien-licensed strategy and platforming games released in the 80s and Predator beat-em-ups and side scrollers from the 90s satisfied some of these fans, none of them stood out as generational classics, and the plethora of licensed games released … Continue reading Alien Blackout: Could it be redemption for a tarnished License?
Storm chasers have not been particularly well catered for in games. Weather systems have been a feature in games for at least 20 years, with 1994’s Donkey Kong Country coming to mind. Past implementations leave a lot to be desired, with most genres focusing on the visual effect more than any gameplay changes a weather system could bring. Technology moving forward at such a rapid … Continue reading Just Cause 4 Preview – Fun Physics Galore
Bethesda’s new Fallout 76 has proven to be quite contentious amongst gamers, but that could be the least of their woes after controversy arose over a superficial bag included in the Power Armour Edition. Fans have been expressing their disappointment with a carrying bag present in the expensive $200 (£174.99) Power Armour Edition of Fallout 76. Instead of the advertised West Tek Duffel Carrying Bag, … Continue reading Bethesda’s apology of 500 atoms to unhappy customers of the Fallout 76: Power Armour Edition enrages fans