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 >
The Division: Patch Notes

The Division: Patch Notes

The Division was announced at E3 in 2013 as the start of a new Tom Clancy sub-franchise. Set in a beautifully haunting rendition of Manhattan, The Division promised tense gun-play and a grounded story of a smallpox virus released upon the city. These features showcased a darker side of Ubisoft,…read more >
Rainbow Six Siege: Patch Notes

Rainbow Six Siege: Patch Notes

Multiplayer shooters are a tough nut to crack. For every Call of Duty or Battlefield that sells millions of copies and numerous map packs, there's a criminally overlooked Titanfall 2, or worse, the “dead on arrival” Lawbreakers. After cancelling the promising Rainbow Six: Patriots in 2014, Ubisoft’s tactical shooter franchise…read more >
Cruz Brothers – PS4 ǀ Review

Cruz Brothers – PS4 ǀ Review

Cruz Brothers comes from DCF Studios and tells the story of a boxing trainer driven to revenge following the death of his protege at the hands of a ruthless biker gang. Unfortunately, inconsistent hit detection, a muddled art style and woefully imprecise controls leave this prize fighter on the cold,…read more >
Octahedron – PS4 | Review

Octahedron – PS4 | Review

With the cyclical nature of videogames, everything that was old becomes new again and vice versa. Look to Call of Duty for an example - the series’ transition from WW2 historical piece to Modern Warfare, space combat and back again shows this in a single thread. Following on from classic…read more >
Scribblenauts Showdown – PS4 | Review

Scribblenauts Showdown – PS4 | Review

Since debuting on the Nintendo DS all the way back in 2009, Scribblenauts has hit mobile, consoles, PC, handhelds and probably a toaster at some point. Short of a DC Comics spinoff, the franchise has always been a puzzle/platformer with an emphasis on using its extensive dictionary to solve problems…read more >