Destiny 2 – Patch Notes

Destiny 2 – Patch Notes

It's been a minute since our last Patch Notes, and this one is certainly different. In our previous articles we've looked at some titles you may have passed on that have improved with free and paid DLC and patches. Today's article is different, however - Destiny 2 is a game…read more >
Bloodborne – A Rookie’s Perspective (Part One)

Bloodborne – A Rookie’s Perspective (Part One)

I'm not sure if you've heard, but my colleague Rebecca is a big fan of a little PS4 exclusive called "Bloodborne". In her own words: "Whilst my initial interest and attraction was thanks to Bloodborne’s fast paced action and infamously steep learning curve I found myself falling in love with…read more >
Rainbow Skies – PS4 | Review

Rainbow Skies – PS4 | Review

Do you ever have one of those nights? The kind of night where you enjoy yourself a little too much and spend the next day nursing the hangover from hell? This is how our story in Rainbow Skies begins, the latest RPG from SideQuest Studios. No ancient prophecies, no dragons,…read more >
What is Hitman: Sniper Assassin?

What is Hitman: Sniper Assassin?

For those of you who don't know me, I'm a big fan of Hitman. The games are puzzles with dozens of variables - some you set yourself, like load-outs and entry points. Others are set by the level design - guard placement, hiding spaces. With the announcement of Hitman 2…read more >
Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review

Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus Review

Five months on from predecessor “The New Order”, BJ Blazkowicz wakes up from a coma. He is unable to walk, has organs missing and his mobile base of operations is being attacked by Nazis. Things are dire in this alternate history version of 1961, and Wolfenstein II’s story of resistance…read more >
Monster Slayers Review

Monster Slayers Review

It’s rare in today’s gaming landscape to find a game that mashes elements of seemingly disparate genres and makes the combination work. In Monster Slayers’ case, these could have been pulled from a “buzzwords generator” – Rogue-like? Check. Deck-builder? Check. While those two genres don’t have a lot in common,…read more >
Battletech – PC | Review

Battletech – PC | Review

Starting life as a tabletop gaming franchise, Battletech has a storied videogame history – it’s the “umbrella” brand that links Mechwarrior, Mechassault, Mechcommander and more. Now in 2018, how will the Kickstarter-funded franchise fare under the stewardship of developer Harebrained Schemes?     A story of political intrigue and betrayal…read more >
The Elder Scrolls Online: Patch Notes

The Elder Scrolls Online: Patch Notes

In 2014, three years on from Skyrim’s monumental release, The Elder Scrolls went MMO. Not developed by Bethesda Game Studios, Zenimax Online Studios took the helm. As a subscription- based title, the game was received fairly well, but an inability to play with friends reliably, a wealth of bugs (to…read more >
Warframe: Patch Notes

Warframe: Patch Notes

When I got my Playstation 4 at the end of 2013, I couldn’t wait to see what beautiful games we’d be playing for the next few years. Browsing the store on PSN, I found an intriguing free-to-play title about space ninjas. Downloading Warframe, I played for an hour or so…read more >
Star Wars Battlefront 2: Patch Notes

Star Wars Battlefront 2: Patch Notes

Oh boy. Where to start with a game like Star Wars: Battlefront 2? A sequel to a reboot that felt under-cooked and hollow, the early impressions for Battlefront 2 were fairly positive - more heroes, maps, weapons, vehicles and eras. Despite 2015’s Battlefront’s anaemic response, it had sold well and…read more >