Tuesday 19th June 2018

Review: Final Exam

I remember my final exam. At the end of it, I threw away my see-through pencil case with its' pencil, eraser and ruler, although I...

Review – Saints Row IV: Pirates Booty DLC

Deep Silver and Volition are clearly on a mission to make Saints Row IV the most versatile sandbox game around, already offering a slew...

Review: Battlefield 4

The big one has landed, of course I'm talking about Battlefield 4 and not Call of Duty: Ghosts. Just to clear up, I'm not...

Review: WWE 2K14

It feels like I have been playing wrestling games forever, when I worked it all out I’ve been playing them since the year 2000,...

Review: Blood Knights

Ah Vampires. They've had a bizarre past. It would seem that no official rules are too sacred to be broken anymore, as they now...

Review – Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut

*Writer's Note* - I was unable to finish the game due to the disc being damaged. I did manage to play most of the...

Review – WRC 4: FIA World Rally Championship

Sometimes, when starting a game review it’s hard to find the witty, heart-warming tale that will prepare you, dear reader, for the dismantling ahead....

Review: Skylanders Swap Force

Skylanders Swap Force is the third game in Activision's extremely successful toy/game series. Back in 2011 we were first introduced to the Skylander characters,...

Review – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows

As Morrissey once sang, "It's so easy to hate, it takes guts to be gentle and kind," so it is that I take on...

Review: Castlevania: Lords of Shadow – Mirror of Fate

Castlevania is one of those lasting game franchises which never ceases to inspire and claw its hooks of pure addiction into our very being....

Review – Saints Row IV Super Saints Pack

We all know Saints Row is big on crazy over the top…well, anything, and with a fresh installment that grants you super powers as...

Review – Batman: Arkham Origins

I still remember the first time I played Arkham Asylum, I wasn’t expecting much from the game but in the end it blew my...

Review – Nickelodeon’s Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Picking up from Nickelodeon's new take on the four masked heroes, the game follows the same art style as the new series but focuses...

Review – Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

Swashbuckling, it’s a great word. I’ve done a lot of things in my time, but I'm not sure I've done anything that might match...

Review: Hexodius

In the Live Arcade range of games there are a few twin-stick shooters, the latest of which is an offering from the comically-named Brain...

Review: Alien Rage

Do you like first person shooters with character depth, strong story-lines and the ability to affect how the levels play out? If so this...

Review – Saints Row IV: Enter the Dominatrix

Saints Row IV was easily the craziest installment the series has seen, with Volition clearly not holding back when shoehorning every off the wall idea...

Review: How to Survive

The focus of recent zombie games is one of desperation and survival, placing you in a zombie infested world with little else but the...

Review: Rocksmith 2014 Edition

When I was a lad, I remember listening to my parent’s Queen albums pretending to be Brian May only without the badgers. Many a...

Review – Air Conflicts: Vietnam

I must admit that I love a bit of arcade flying action when it comes to the flight genre, I can appreciate sims but...
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Hello world, we’re back.

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Thoughts on the Sea of Thieves Beta

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Burnout Paradise Remastered to speed into shops this March

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