Author Archives: Rich Berry

Esper puzzles onto PSVR next week

I do love a good puzzle game, more so when it’s in VR and Coastsink Software are bringing their popular mobile VR puzzler, Esper, to PSVR next week and it looks like great fun. Like something from the minds of Aperture Science Laboratories – it seems that you are cast into a whole sequence of […]

Bridge Constructor builds a Portal package of titles

The Portal adaptation of the addictive Bridge Constructor is one of the best game mash-ups I’ve played – you really can’t go wrong with Portal – and now a physical release of the game is headed to stores. If this wasn’t reason enough to pick up the bridge building puzzler, there’s two more reasons why […]

War Thunder’s Land, Sea and Air battlegrounds hit Xbox One

War Thunder, which will enter a free-to-play format later this year, is now available for Xbox One. The cross-platform war ground between land, sea and air comes in three purchasable packs, which start at £15.99/19,99€, each with their own unique vehicle, decals and player titles. With over 1,000 military vehicles to choose from, the MMO takes […]

Five minute 4K gameplay trailer of Resident Evil 2 released

Hot off the heels of their E3 reveal, Capcom have released a five minute 4K gameplay trailer of Resident Evil 2 and it looks absolutely chilling. Rebuilt from the ground up, Resident Evil 2’s re-release is so much more than just your standard HD remix. With fresh horrors and a new over the should camera angle, […]

The opening 10 minutes of Forza Horizon 4

How does Forza Horizon 4 kick things off? How good will it look? Where does it begin? What cars will we drive to the festival in? And where does the festival start? Enough with the questions – feast your eyes on this instead, what appears to be the opening 10 minutes of Forza Horizon 4, which […]

Jurassic World Evolution to get ‘film’ dinosaurs

Available now on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, you can now build your own dinosaur park with Jurassic World Evolution – something that both children and adults will enjoy, particularly if you ever played Theme Park. It’s not just about building though, you are in charge of all operations, which includes bioengineering, there’s even one […]

Ticket to Ride takes a journey to PS4 PlayLink

Ticket to Ride has already seen a release on console, with the Xbox 360 getting a version back in 2008. Now, with the help of Asmodee Digital, Ticket to Ride is heading to PlayStation 4. The move will see the digitised version of the popular tabletop game make full use of the console’s PlayLink initiative, with […]

Ubi Store reveals a flurry of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey editions

Hot off the heels of last night’s reveal, the Ubi Store has put up the Assassin’s Creed Odyssey editions available to pre-order and boy is there a lot to choose from – it will be tough to choose from all the awesome statue editions. Starting from £49.99 and ending at the mighty Pantheon Edition, priced […]

First look at Assassin’s Creed Odyssey

Our first look at the new Assassins Creed and it looks full of colour with a vast world to explore. With a distinct feel of ‘300’, I’m fully anticipating Archimedes’ various inventions to make an appearance – after all, the previous games have dabbled with each time period’s greatest inventors. Set in Ancient Greece the newest […]

Transference coming to VR and ‘traditional’ platforms

Transference offers a unique world with a dark narrative. Played in first person, you must explore the minds of your family members and solve puzzles in attempt to piece together the game’s secrets. Launching on VR and ‘traditional’ platforms, the game has been created using live action camera work and heavy lighting effects. There’s an […]