PS4

Vampyr review

Mixing elements of Remember Me and Life is Strange; Vampyr takes the strengths of Dontnod’s previous titles and successfully blends the two into a mighty offering. What if you awoke to find that you h...[Read More]

Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn review

The original Shaq Fu received mostly positive reviews at launch, but as time passed it gained the notoriety of being terrible, one of the worst games ever made in fact. Certainly, a sequel or reimagin...[Read More]

Agony review

You know when you get an email from PR repeating just how adult a game is that you’ll be expecting to play an ‘interesting’ game.  Agony is a first-person adventure that sees the player take charge o...[Read More]

FOX n FORESTS review

With such a vast and star-studded back catalogue of games in the genre, releasing a new 16-bit title is by no means an easy feat. Rather than go for an easy win, developer Bonus Level Entertainment de...[Read More]

Raging Justice Review

Older gamers like me have fond memories of games like Streets of Rage and Double Dragon, side-scrolling beat-em ups that were incredibly difficult, and that used to gobble up our 10p pieces in the arc...[Read More]

Conan Exiles review

Conan Exiles has quite the offering. A survival game set in the barbaric world of Conan the Barbarian, allowing you the freedom to create your own adventure – build your own homestead or even city – w...[Read More]

Space Hulk Deathwing Enhanced Edition review (PS4)

Space Hulk has had several video game iterations over the years but many of them have been based on recreating the tabletop action – what would happen if instead of turn-based you could jump directly ...[Read More]

Killing Floor Incursion review (PSVR)

Killing Floor Incursion is one good looking game and in its early hours it’s incredibly chilling, particularly while you are getting used to the controls – fumbling around to holster your gun so you c...[Read More]

Far Cry 5 review

Ever since playing Far Cry 3 with Rich in co-op I’ve always looked forward to the next game, I didn’t enjoy Far Cry 4 as much and never got round to primal, but I’ve had an absolute blast with Far Cry...[Read More]

Island Time VR review (PSVR)

Fooling around in VR and immersing yourself in a digital world is the ultimate gaming escapism and while I am looking forward to playing more titles like Moss, I hope games that allow you to indulge i...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Rogue Remastered review

Assassin’s Creed Rogue originally released at a bad time for me. Upgrading to the Xbox One and falling into the troubled technical issues of Assassin’s Creed Unity, I had little time to revisit my old...[Read More]

Blasters of the Universe review (PSVR)

Wave-based shooters are a dime a dozen on PSVR, so why should you invest in another one? If you’ve played one then you’ve played them all, right?…Wrong. Thanks to Blasters of the Universe’s high...[Read More]

Moss review (PSVR)

Sitting in a grand hall that wouldn’t look out of place in Hogwarts, the VR adventure into the world of Moss begins with the turn of a page. Immediately you are transported into a fascinating world an...[Read More]

UFC 3 review

It will come as no surprise to hear that UFC 3 looks incredible – Every punch, kick and hold feels real, combine that with the games fantastic presentation it’s the perfect game for UFC fans.  The bu...[Read More]

Metal Gear Survive review

After many minutes of cutscenes, several hints at gameplay without, in fact, participation, followed by mere moments of interactivity before the next slew of dialogue and exposition kicked in, I knew ...[Read More]

Apex Construct review (PSVR)

The twisted world of Apex Construct begs you to explore its secrets while the mysterious guiding voice of the artificial intelligence, FATHR, keeps you on edge with a feeling that all is not as it see...[Read More]

2064: Read Only Memories review

2064: Read Only Memories is a Cyberpunk adventure game from San Francisco developer MidBoss, that was originally founded by members of the GaymerX team, who primarily focus on LGBT issues in the gamin...[Read More]

Railway Empire review

Railway Empire is right up my street, I’m by no means a train geek that writes down numbers of trains, in fact I barely recognise model numbers of trains. What I do find interesting is the logistics o...[Read More]

Pop-up Pilgrims review (PSVR)

The Cloud God keeps watch over the land, but when a mysterious demon king steals the God’s magic scrolls and sends his minions to break up the land – a group of pilgrims must set out to restore the wo...[Read More]

Cold Iron review (PSVR)

Cold Iron boldly steps onto PSVR as the first VR puzzle shooter and it mostly succeeds despite a few bumps. Using just one Move controller, Cold Iron starts off gently by introducing the main mechanic...[Read More]

Mutant Football League review

Not to be confused with Mutant League Football, although it’s pretty much the reboot/spiritual successor, especially as Mutant Football League is headed up the designer of the original MLF. Mutant Foo...[Read More]

ASTRO A20 wireless headset review

The A20 wireless headset is the latest model to join ASTRO Gaming’s arsenal and at an RRP of £149.99, it is aimed at the mid-range market, offering a more affordable version of the A50 wireless headse...[Read More]

Star Wars Battlefront 2 review

Despite its iffy UI, I really enjoyed Star Wars Battlefront. Sure it had some issues, but it looked great and gave me the experience of being slap bang in the middle of the Star Wars universe – and wi...[Read More]

Call of Duty: WW2 review

As I finished my playthrough of Call of Duty: WW2, it was clear to me that Sledgehammer Games make the best Call of Duty titles. I’ll be honest, I do prefer modern shooters, but this is up there with ...[Read More]

Spintires: Mudrunner review

From time to time it’s good to take a break from the norm and play something different or in this case, unusual. Spintires: Mudrunners is a peculiar game – all things considered – it shouldn’t work. W...[Read More]

Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony review (PS4)

I have to admit, I started Danganronpa V3 with low expectations. I’m not a huge anime fan and hadn’t played either of the two previous episodes, so I had my reservations. However, despite my initial r...[Read More]

Sonic Forces review

The little blue hedgehog really needs absolutely no introduction does he? If you don’t know who Sonic is then google it because you really have led a sheltered gaming life. Like Mario did for Ni...[Read More]

Just Dance 2018 review

For weeks now our conversations on Slack have involved Just Dance 2018 and who was going to review it, for 5 out of the last 6 years it’s been me and this year will be no different! It makes sense I g...[Read More]

Raw Data review (PSVR)

On paper, Raw Data may seem like just another wave-based shooter, but it’s one of the better experiences for PSVR. Rather than root you to the spot, the teleport lasso is used to full effect – no moti...[Read More]

Assassin’s Creed Origins review

Assassin’s Creed Origins kicks things off slowly. The pace may in fact put you off – but stick with it – by the time the ending climaxes you will be more than satisfied with the story of how it all be...[Read More]

NHL 18 review

It’s time to slip on those ice skating boots, because you’re in for a ride on EA’s latest update of the NHL, and what an update it is. Let me start with telling you this is the best Ice Hockey Game I’...[Read More]

Rugby 18 review

Rugby 18 is the best rugby game on the market, it’s also the only one and it needs a lot of work. Initial impressions of the game had me quite excited, there hasn’t been a good rugby game since the ol...[Read More]

South Park: The Fractured but Whole review

We’ve waited patiently for the next installment to the South Park game series. After a couple of delays, The Fractured but Whole has arrived and boy do things kick off with a bang. Pulling no punches ...[Read More]

Middle-earth: Shadow of War Review

Mordor less? That certainly is the question. Can the award-winning hit from Monolith, 2014’s Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, go the route of Empire, The Two Towers, and Flash Season 2? Better wh...[Read More]

ECHO review (PS4)

We all have different styles of playing when we game – whether you are naturally an aggressive player compared to a tactician, a defensive thinker compared to a brawler; we can always play to our stre...[Read More]

FIFA 18 review

Alex Hunter returns in FIFA 18 as part of The Journey, but like many young players, his career takes a sudden turn and he finds himself looking for a new club. To add to that Alex’s Dad is back in his...[Read More]

Rogue Trooper Redux review

Ten years have passed since Rogue Trooper originally graced our screens, now he is back and in Redux glory, which includes HD visuals, a new cover system and reworked controls. Starting out as part of...[Read More]

theHunter: Call of the Wild review

When I was first handed this game, I was a bit apprehensive. Hunting is a bit of a controversial subject, what with it being currently prohibited from practice in the UK. So, if I’m truly being honest...[Read More]

Yakuza Kiwami review (PS4)

Yakuza Kiwami retells the story of how the series began in all the beautiful pixels that the PS4 can deliver. Yes, Yakuza Kiwami is a remake, so all gameplay issues remain from its original PlayStatio...[Read More]

Time Recoil review

When I first laid eyes on the opening title screen of Time Recoil, I knew this game was going to scratch an itch. The opening menu screams 80s, the graphic style and the iconic electro music set off t...[Read More]

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