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Jump Stars review

Cast your mind back about, say, 30 years or so, I can’t remember that far back and some of you probably weren’t even alive. There was a massive blockbuster film starring Arnie called The R...[Read More]

The Sexy Brutale review

If Groundhog Day were to get married to Cluedo and go on to have a baby, then that child would be The Sexy Brutale. Intrigued? Then read on dear reader. The Sexy Brutale is a game co-produced by Madri...[Read More]

LEGO City Undercover review

Nintendo Wii U users have been running around saving the LEGO World as Chase McCain for a few years and finally LEGO City Undercover has made its way over to consoles. But is it worth your time? Find ...[Read More]

This is the Police review

This is the Police is, in its basic form, a police strategy game, wrapped inside a story featuring the last days of a stereotypical chief of police, Jack Boyd, in the fictional city of Freeburg in the...[Read More]

Kitty Powers Matchmaker review

I was slightly frightened when the Editor-In-Chief first allocated Kitty Powers Matchmaker to myself for review. However, as the phrase says: “Never judge a book by its cover” as upon inve...[Read More]

Verdun review

Here I sit, ready to write my first ever “proper” game review and I face a bit of personal dilemma. You see, Verdun is not great. It’s not rubbish either. To be honest, the word “meh” springs to mind....[Read More]

Pixel Heroes: Byte & Magic review

Retro gaming on the modern console is coming back in a big way and more and more developers are turning their attention to creating fun and quirky games. Games that feature nostalgic 8 bit graphics th...[Read More]

Dead Effect 2 Review

Waking up from cryostasis, you find yourself aboard the ESS Meridian. You are a soldier, a weapon, without fear or restraint. A virus has turned the crew into mindless Zombies, and a clean-up team has...[Read More]

Siegecraft Commander review

Siegecraft Commander is the latest instalment in the popular Siegecraft franchise to come out of Blowfish Studios. Offering the player a combination of twitch mechanics and positional tactics, the obj...[Read More]

Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare review

The Call of Duty series has been going as long as I can remember and aims to bring a fast paced first person shooter to the masses along with a playable Campaign mode that drags you into the world of ...[Read More]

Mantis Burn Racing review

Top down arcade racing has never really got to grips on next gen consoles as developers moved focus to handheld and mobile devices. Gone was the era of greats like Championship Sprint, Micro Machines,...[Read More]

LucidSound LS20 Headset review

As we all know gaming headsets are big business and can set you back hundreds of pounds, so I’m always on the lookout for something a bit more in my price range but offering the quality and vers...[Read More]

Dear Esther: Landmark Edition review

I was having my haircut at the weekend, and the barber and I (seems very impersonal calling him, ‘the barber’) got to talking about superhero movies. He was a fan of them, I wasn’t (Guardians of the G...[Read More]

Stories of Bethem: Full Moon review

As soon as I fired up Stories of Bethem: Full Moon it felt like I was instantly transported back to the golden age of 8 bit retro games, think Pokemon (the early years) or even the classic Legends of ...[Read More]

Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 review

In a time where so many gaming mascots are a distant memory, you have to give Namco some credit for keeping Pac-Man alive; whether it be through recent Nintendo appearances in Mario Kart and Smash Bro...[Read More]

King Oddball review

Those of you unfortunate enough to be in a similar age bracket to myself may well remember a time when the internet wasn’t quite so speedy, and the best thing to do whilst awaiting someone to login to...[Read More]

Xbox One S review

Microsoft had a thrilling E3 press conference earlier this year, bookended with two of its newest hardware offerings—the first of which was positioned as a sleek, 4K-friendly redesign of its 2013 cons...[Read More]

Kung-Fu for Kinect review

Remember that device that sits above your Xbox One or TV and is used most of the time to pick up you shouting commands at Cortana to watch TV or record some amazing feat you had done, well that device...[Read More]

Cubikolor review

What do you get if you cross a Rubik’s Cube type puzzler, Q-bert and 60 cups of coffee, well apart from Dave and Rich’s lovechild (just seeing if they actually read this) the answer is a c...[Read More]

Neon Chrome review

Here I am now almost half way through 2016 and my quest to play as many games as possible continues. I have a new furry cover for my gaming chair, because I’m a classy guy, and I’m settled in for a se...[Read More]

Soul Axiom review

I first saw Soul Axiom two years ago at EGX in London and the game really caught the attention of not only myself, but many of the crowd there and I was excited to hear of its formal release and could...[Read More]

Overwatch review

When Blizzard announced in 2014 that there were bringing a new game out, speculation was rife. Would it be another Diablo type, perhaps some card based creation but then again all these have been done...[Read More]

Not A Hero: Super Snazzy Edition review

In the year 2048 the world is on the brink of total alien destruction. In trying to stop this, BunnyLord, a giant purple bunny, travels back in time with the intention of stopping it by running for Ma...[Read More]

Stikbold! A Dodgeball Adventure Review

When the guys at TiX asked how did I feel about getting balls in my face I was a bit worried that I was going to see a side to Rich and Dave that I had never seen before or some weird initiation for c...[Read More]

In Space We Brawl Review

In Space We Brawl is a frantic couch twin-stick shooter in which you challenge friends in fast-paced space battles for up to 4 players. Choose a spaceship and a weapon: there are more than 240 availab...[Read More]

Farming Simulator 15 review

In a world where games like Batman Arkham Knight and The Witcher 3 are gracing our consoles, it’s sometimes hard for other games to get a look in, then again, there are games that promise the ch...[Read More]

Ultratron review

The twin-stick shooter genre is a path well-travelled on the Xbox platforms, with these typically highly challenging titles being an alluring game to twitch reaction players and pixel perfect performe...[Read More]

DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition review

DmC: Devil May Cry Definitive Edition is the remastered edition of the 2013 DmC: Devil May Cry title originally released for Xbox 360 and other platforms. The original title, an action-adventure hack ...[Read More]

Resident Evil Revelations 2 – Episode 3: Judgment review

The penultimate episode, Judgement, of Resident Evil Revelations 2 has arrived, pitting Claire, Moira, Barry and Natalia against more virus infected monstrosities, but can this third outing for this e...[Read More]

OlliOlli review

Having started out as a PS Vita exclusive, OlliOlli has now made its way over to Xbox One, and don’t let it’s minimalist, austere aesthetic fool you, this is a meticulously crafted and compelling, twi...[Read More]

Zombie Army Trilogy review

Okay, so what if I told you that there’s this new game hitting the Xbox One by Rebellion that lets you experience World War 2 if Hitler managed to summon a zombie army? If you haven’t caug...[Read More]

Assassins Creed: Unity Review

Assassins Creed games come round once a year, sometimes more depending on the consoles you own. If like me you’ve been playing them since the initial release back in 2007 you’ve probably also lo...[Read More]

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Review

Monolith Productions are the American studio behind the terrifying F.E.A.R and Condemned series and are the masterminds behind Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor. The Lord of the Rings universe has huge p...[Read More]

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishment Review

Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment is an investigation style game with a gentle nod to the great point and click adventure titles of the early 90’s when full exploration and experimentation were r...[Read More]

Sacred 3 Review Xbox 360

Sacred 3 tells the story of five heroes working together to stop the evil Lord Zane from retrieving the “Heart of Ancaria” and opening the gates of the Underworld and unleash its armies on the world o...[Read More]

Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut Xbox One Review

Strike Suit Zero is a game that was released on the PC over a year ago to some pretty stellar reviews. Fast forward to 2014 and it has had its release on current gen (I can say that now right?) consol...[Read More]

Plants Vs Zombies Garden Warfare Review

Published by EA and developed by Pop Cap, the Plants Vs Zombies series first arrived for Xbox in 2010 and took XBLA by storm. Beginning with defending your home from a Zombie attack using mutated plan...[Read More]

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review

I have to be honest, this is my first time playing a Castlevania game. Have known about the series but never really looked into until I played a demo of it at last years Eurogamer Expo in September an...[Read More]

Forza Motorsport 5 Xbox One Review

Another week and another racing game put through its paces. Last week Need for Speed: Rivals proofed to be strong on the Xbox One as a top contender, but what of Forza Motorsport 5, the king of racing...[Read More]

SteelSeries H Wireless Gaming Headset Review

The guys and gals over at SteelSeries have been busy crafting their latest creation, the brand new H Wireless Gaming Headset. Not only is it a beauty but it’s also rammed full of features. The headset...[Read More]

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