Adam Mills (a.k.a. A Skillz) is taking over the U.K. one house party at a time.
Where the first Ultimate Ninja Storm had the player find their way from villain to villain through a number of mini-games, the latest introduces, to its detriment, a world map for us to explore.
It’s clear from a very early stage that this isn’t merely a slapdash Halloween-themed frolic, and we’re not cast into these zombie-infested plains without any reasonable explanation.
Players will certainly think twice before running around like a headless chicken, given the sinister surroundings and the numerous traps waiting for them around each corner or closed door.
There are very few artists with the desire to experiment with their sound during the twilight of their careers, and even fewer with the ability to do so convincingly.
Labour or Conservative? Pepsi or Coke? Blur or Oasis?
Though it’s little more than your standard gothic fantasy yarn, it proves engrossing enough, and is wrapped up with a cunning plot twist at the death.
You couldn’t help but sympathize with the event DJs at the Manchester Academy last Tuesday night.