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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]

Prey: Mooncrash review

Prey: Mooncrash is a very clever and highly enjoyable melding of first-person shooting and exploration with Rogue-like death and replay. It manages to create an entirely fresh experience in the Prey u...[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]

E3 2018: Sony Briefing roundup

Did you miss the PlayStation Briefing last night? Greg didn’t, he covered the whole show. Check out the roundup below to find out what went on. Ellie kissed a girl and she liked it. New The Last...[Read More]

E3 2018: Ubisoft roundup

Another Ubisoft conference passes by, but what did you miss? find out below. Just Dance 2019 has been announced (Surprise!) Ubisoft have announced, wait for it, Just Dance 2019! We all know its my fav...[Read More]

E3 2018: Bethesda roundup

Did you choose sleep over watching Bethesda last night? I did, but Ady stayed up and here I am giving you a round of Bethesda’s offerings. Rage 2 new trailer revealed at E3 and gets a Spring 201...[Read More]

E3 2018: Xbox briefing roundup

Now the dust has settled on the Xbox Briefing at E3 lets try and catch you up on what went down. Halo That’s right, the show kicked off with announcement for Halo Infinite. Battlefield V As prom...[Read More]

E3 2018: EA Play roundup

If you missed EA Play yesterday, why not carry on reading for a round of what went on below. Battlefield V The show started with Battlefield V, where we got a brief look at the multiplayer. It was als...[Read More]

AO International Tennis review

It seems like forever since I played a tennis title on console. The last time I really remember paying was back when Top Spin was out, I used spend hours make my thumbs sore using the duke Xbox contro...[Read More]

ONRUSH review

There is a classic saying that states “When one door closes another one opens”. UK based Evolution studios know this only too well, as a few years back they were owned by Sony and were res...[Read More]

Lichtspeer – Double Speer Edition review

You know that feeling you get when you are playing an ancient Germanic game from the future and possibly a perpendicular dimension to our own and you stop to think “wait a minute, what the hell is act...[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]

Aragami: Shadow Edition Review – Xbox One

Sometimes a game comes along that looks so interesting and original that you ask yourself why you have no knowledge of it’s existence in its previous iterations. That’s what has happened f...[Read More]

E3 2018 – Where to watch the all the Xbox announcements

With E3 2018 just around the corner, it’s a good idea to update your calendar with all the best events to get the latest Xbox News. Of course, we’ll cover as much news as we can so the fir...[Read More]

Yoku’s Island Express review

Yoku’s Island Express combines pinball mechanics, platforming and adventure in a remarkably compelling and enjoyable package. Think Sonic Spinball meets Dizzy. Pinball flippers help you guide the dung...[Read More]

City of Brass review

City of Brass, the roguelite title from the team that brought us Bioshock is tough and unforgiving, but it left me disappointed overall.  City of Brass is set in the Arabian desert and despite only h...[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]

Titan Quest Review

It’s always a worry when games from the past are remastered. Is it better to remember those games how they were through rose-tinted glasses? Often the end result leaves you realising just how mu...[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]

State of Decay 2 review

The original State of Decay on 360 scratched a zombie itch that no other titles on the market, (for the consoles, anyway), could reach. Primarily, and technically I believe it is tied to the games for...[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]

Super Mega Baseball 2 review

Here in the good old United Kingdom we are brought up on Football, Cricket and Rugby, but certain American sports have become popular over the years with amateur and semi-pro Basketball and American F...[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]

Surviving Mars review

Last year I was lucky to be able to review the fantastic Aven Colony, and Surviving Mars is a very similar experience, although first impressions lead you to believe that this new Space Sim-City game ...[Read More]

Xenon Valkyrie+ review

Xenon Valkyrie+ is a rogue-lite platformer, developed by the Spanish team of Diabolical Mind and published by Cowcat games, and is definitely retro-inspired, with its chiptune soundtrack and 8-bit (is...[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]

Sea Of Thieves Review

It’s probably quite safe to say that a large amount of people at Xbox HQ in Seattle, and a smaller, but more personally invested group of devs in Twycross, England have very high hopes for Sea O...[Read More]

Is Metal Gear Survive’s matchmaking broken?

If like us, you’ve become rather addicted to the wave-based defense building multiplayer mode of Salvage, then you may also be as frustrated as us too. It’s pretty clear that there is some...[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]

Burnout Paradise Remastered review

Burnout Paradise used to keep me up at night. “Just one more race!” I’d shout, which always meant at least three more. Trying to come up with as many silly faces as possible for Kinect when you perfor...[Read More]

Tiles Review

As initial offerings go, Tiles from Romans I XVI Gaming is a pretty decent first release.  With a raft of developer all looking to offer gamers the “next big thing” or alternatively jump on the latest...[Read More]

Starpoint Gemini Warlords review

Starpoint Gemini Warlords suffers a bit of an identity crisis. It wants to be a 4X strategy game and a space combat/trading sim at the same time. When it commits to one, or when you choose to commit t...[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]

Gravel Review

One of the biggest problems that Gravel faces, particularly on the Xbox One (which is the version that this review is based on), is that it’s always going to be compared to the Forza Horizon series. W...[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]

Kingdom Come: Deliverance review

After a very successful campaign on Kickstarter, Warhorse Studios were given the final piece to their medieval puzzle and the financial push they needed to see their vision realised – a medieval romp ...[Read More]

Fe review

Fe (pronounced Fee-uh) is the first game to be published by EA under the EA Originals title, a way for Indie developers to get their work out to a wide audience whilst reportedly allowing the develope...[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]