First Person

The Station review

The Station may be a short game but its story is well-told, its puzzles well-themed to the environment, and the visuals, sound effects and music do a great job in immersing you. However, is that enoug...[Read More]

Prey Opening Hour trailer released

The highly anticipated reboot of Prey is due out in a mere few days, May 5, and to whet your appetite that little bit more is a new trailer. The trailer promotes the Opening Hour demo, available now o...[Read More]

Agony gets two new trailers

The first-person survival horror title, Agony, set in Hell and due out later this year, has received a new trailer and a gameplay video to whet your apetite. Check them out below:

Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide review

Warhammer: The End Times – Vermintide immerses you in the Warhammer fantasy universe, arms you with melee and ranged weaponry, and unleashes the human sized rat force known as the Skaven on you and yo...[Read More]

Firewatch review

Watching out for smoke and fires in the wilderness of Wyoming might not sound like the most exciting game, but when trouble lures you from the safety of your watch tower, things take a turn for the in...[Read More]

Dead Island Definitive Collection review

Punching, kicking, striking and stabbing zombies on an island paradise is an attractive concept, and even with Techland refining this experience for Dying Light, their original outing with Dead Island...[Read More]

Dead Island Definitive Collection is out now

Techland’s Dead Island and Dead Island Riptide, published by Deep Silver, are now out for Xbox One. Furthermore, buy the Definitive Collection and you’ll get both aforementioned titles and...[Read More]

Author Chris Brookmyre takes players inside Bedlam

We recently reviewed genre-hoping FPS Bedlam and was blown away by the unique storytelling tied so intimately into the experience. It’s an odd and clever game that doesn’t always tap into the fun we s...[Read More]

Bedlam: The Game review

Bedlam The Game is a peculiar title, one where its missteps as a game are more forgivable because many of them are intentional, and one where the overall story is more important than the minute to min...[Read More]

Dishonored Definitive Edition review

I consider myself fortunate to have been able to play Dishonored before release at Eurogamer 2012, and upon release, to review in October of the same year. So when Bethesda announced the release of th...[Read More]

Fragments of Him announced for Xbox One

Indie developer Sassybot Studio have confirmed that their recently announced PC Title, Fragments of Him, will also be appearing on Xbox One at launch in 2016. Fragments of Him has also been confirmed ...[Read More]