Review: Risen 3 – Titan Lords Enhanced Edition
Aug21

Review: Risen 3 – Titan Lords Enhanced Edition

Rereleasing last-gen games on the PlayStation 4 is in vogue, for either cynical or purely revenue-maximising reasons. Among the latest of games to hit Sony’s successful home console is Risen 3 – Titan Lords Enhanced Edition, which bundles last year’s PS3 RPG Risen 3 with its full glut of DLC and a graphical overhaul for the Ps4 audience. Like many instances of last-gen titles reappearing on modern hardware,...

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Review: Zombi
Aug20

Review: Zombi

The Wii U has had mixed fortunes since its release in November 2012. The console hasn’t shifted many units and third party support (ones worth mentioning at least) is practically non-existent. Yet one of the best games released for the console nearly three years on and one of the most unique titles of the entire generation to date is Ubisoft’s launch title, ZombiU. That’s my humble opinion at least and you can read...

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Review: Q.U.B.E.: Director’s Edition
Jul27

Review: Q.U.B.E.: Director’s Edition

You awake in a clinical looking room. It’s studded with white tiles. No memory of how you arrived or what you’re doing there. Suddenly, a burst of radio chatter comes through. You’ve been transported inside this odd structure to shut it down before it crashes into earth! Commander Novak is filling you in on the details, but her transmission cuts out. You are alone. You step through the first door as it closes behind you with an...

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Review: Godzilla
Jul17

Review: Godzilla

Released late last year in Japan, Godzilla has finally come ashore to UK and much like the humans in his films, we would rather he’d slip back under the sea again and never seen of again. Story The back of the box promised me movie-like action and gameplay. I really enjoyed the recent Hollywood movie and was hoping for a combination of that film and the traditional monster scraps in and around Tokyo. I was sorely dissapointed....

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Review: Tour De France 2015
Jul05

Review: Tour De France 2015

Ah, the myriad joys of watching a painful, grueling slog through picturesque mountains. That will they/won’t they game of brinkmanship that occurs in the lead-up to sprint breakaways. The fascinating way teams co-ordinate their efforts, pushing their best rider through the rankings. The always amusing incident of the TV car causing a rider pile-up. Yup, the Tour De France has provided multiple delights for sport fans, even those who...

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Review: Batman: Arkham Knight
Jul05

Review: Batman: Arkham Knight

Story Rocksteady brings their excellent Batman series to a conclusion with their final part of the trilogy that promises to fulfill everything that Batman fans have wanted since 2009 when we first descended into the asylum, a full open world to hunt, stalk and take down the entire rogue’s gallery of villains in the Gothic surroundings of Gotham City. Now it’s here the biggest success of the game isn’t founded on the...

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Review: Lego Jurassic World
Jun14

Review: Lego Jurassic World

Welcome to Lego Jurassic World! Okay, it’s not as quite snappy as John Hammond’s introduction to the ill-fated theme park in Spielberg’s classic 1993 movie. However the enthusiasm John had then is still applicable to this game. Lego Jurassic World is the latest in a long and seemingly never ending line of Traveller’s Tale Lego movie adaptations. Each are based on the same light puzzle and stud collecting...

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Review: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
May23

Review: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

We return to the world of folklore and monsters with The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, a more expansive take on the open world format than previous titles in the series. As usual we view this mythic yet lived-in place through the eyes of Geralt of Rivia, monster hunter extraordinaire! Pragmatic, to-the-point but not lacking a sense of humour, Geralt has always been the perfect foil to the more fantastical elements of the series. That’s not to...

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Review: Project CARS
May08

Review: Project CARS

I’ve been keeping my eye on Projects CARS for a while now due to its non-traditional development. You may have noticed that the cars in the title is written uppercase and that’s not down to some branding/styling decision but because it’s an acronym for Community Assisted Racing Simulator. As you can deduce from that acronym this game has been supported through crowdfunding and people chipping in and helping create...

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Review: Mortal Kombat X
Apr24

Review: Mortal Kombat X

The goriest fighting game returns with a beefed up story and a mean attitude. Wanna know how it plays? “GET OVER HERE!” So the first thing to mention is the enhanced story mode. The cut scenes are often as gory as the gameplay, with fights occurring at dramatic points between scenes. It took me about 9-10 hours to finish but I’m sure an Mortal Kombat veteran could clear it far quicker. What makes this mode so special is its...

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