Timber Tennis Versus – PS4 | Quickfire Review

Timber Tennis Versus – PS4 | Quickfire Review

Timber Tennis Versus is a delightfully simple tennis game with a kooky presentation and colourful visual style. Whilst it’s no Virtua Tennis, it never claims to be. In fact, the game seems to land somewhere between NES Tennis and Sega Superstars Tennis. With accessible, albeit basic gameplay similar to those…read more >
Castlevania Requiem – PS4 | Review

Castlevania Requiem – PS4 | Review

Castlevania is a series that traces it’s vampirical themed roots way back to the NES, an age of darkness, no internet, no smartphones and very little in the way of guidance when it came to video games. As someone born in the mid 90’s, I’d grown up hearing the tales…read more >
Toon War – PS4 | Review

Toon War – PS4 | Review

Toon War is a game that I had no prior knowledge of prior to release: a simple, easy to pick up twin-stick shooter in which the player is put behind the wheels of a cartoony assault vehicle and tasked with mercilessly killing “terrorist” forces. I put the word terrorist in…read more >
Starlink: Battle for Atlas – PS4 | Review

Starlink: Battle for Atlas – PS4 | Review

Starlink: Battle For Atlas is a brand new IP developed and created by Ubisoft, hoping to capitalize on the comatose (some would say dead) Toys-To-Life genre that was started by Skylanders a few years back. As you’d expect from a pitch like that one, many people held little hope for…read more >
LEGO DC Super Villains – PS4 | Review

LEGO DC Super Villains – PS4 | Review

Whilst almost universally praised for their accessibility and appeal, LEGO Games are often touted as being “all the same” or criticised for their lack of innovation from entry to entry and for better or worse, TT Games latest release, LEGO DC Super-Villains, does little to shake up this formula, however…read more >
Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – PS4 | Review

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey – PS4 | Review

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey, the latest in the now huge series of free-running, hood-wearing, templar-stabbing epic titles has finally released on PS4, Xbox One and PC. This time, being set in the world of Ancient Greece. With it being Ancient Greece and all, the game takes place in 431 BC, making…read more >
Splody – PS4 | Review

Splody – PS4 | Review

Splody is a game that makes very little effort to hide the fact it is a clone of another game. At first glance, it’s obvious that the developers of Splody took a heap of inspiration from the classic Bomberman series, with the core gameplay being directly lifted from those games…read more >
Speed Brawl – PS4 | Review

Speed Brawl – PS4 | Review

Speed Brawl is a game that caught my attention from its visual design alone. There’s something very Toriyama about the characters, with their sharp-edged noses and rough feel. Beyond that though, I knew nothing of this game until it came time to review it. Set in an (obviously) alternate timeline…read more >
Immortal: Unchained – PS4 | Review

Immortal: Unchained – PS4 | Review

Immortal: Unchained is a game that on paper looks to be Dark Souls with guns. There’s a set of background lore, level design with dead bodies strewn about the place to imply history, a stamina bar, a souls style levelling system and the ability to pick up lost loot by…read more >
Dimension Drive – PS4 | Review

Dimension Drive – PS4 | Review

Dimension Drive is an interesting game. Especially to someone who hasn't played many Bullet Hell shooters before. The main thing setting it apart from other games in the genre is it's new and unique dual screen mechanic, that essentially puts you in control of two ships at once with the…read more >