Greg Giddens

Some say Greg isn’t one person but a group of many people posting under the pseudonym “Greg”. No one knows for sure but either way, as long as he continues to fight the good fight of reviewing games, then we will always consider him a hero.

Resident Evil HD Remaster Review

Resident Evil HD doesn’t perform the same jump scares of titles such as Outcast; it’s more consistent than that. It is instead a master of drawn-out tension with a sprinkling of dread. A prolonged sense of eerie danger and building fear that excels at mild frights whilst inducing unwavering alertness on the player. To play it is to commit yourself to feeling constantly unsafe from the zombies, dog...

Juju Review

What a pleasant surprise Juju turned out to be. After a sickeningly cute introduction to the characters and story, Juju reveals itself to be a delightful, well-designed, and visually impressive side-scrolling platformer. There’s a slight lack of character to the leads and the odd complaint here and there, but otherwise Juju is an excellent little adventure. The story begins as a panda leisurely wa...

How to Survive: Storm Warning Edition Review

With a top-down, isometric perspective, and an unusual focus on survival and provisions, How to Survive: Storm Warning Edition provides a pleasantly unique zombie, action game on the next generation platforms. With a persistent day/night cycle, a bunch of scrappy survivors – including an odd fellow called Kovac – and some excellent game modes, How to Survive provides a harrowing, desperate, and mo...

D4: Dark Dreams Don’t Die review

Odd characters, weird goings on, a cheesy script and a crazy theme: it is, of course, a SWERY game. In particular D4 or Dark Dreams Don’t Die, a Kinect point-and-click supernatural crime drama, psychological thriller and comedy. If you’re a fan of SWERY’s madness then there’s enough crazy here to satisfy your craving, but underneath it is there a decent game? D4 follows David Young, a Boston detec...