A Plague Tale: Innocence – PS4 | Review

A Plague Tale: Innocence – PS4 | Review

As of late, games have stopped being just games, they’ve turned into epic sagas that require several weeks of intensive play to even scratch the surface of the endless pit of content we are supplied with. As a result, my pile of shame is getting alarmingly large and angry, glaring…read more >
My Time at Portia – PS4 | Review

My Time at Portia – PS4 | Review

As with many life sim games, the beginning of My Time at Portia sees you pulling into port in a new town after your estranged father left you his workshop and a letter detailing just how sorry he is about pretty much everything. Unsurprisingly the workshop is in somewhat of…read more >
EGX Rezzed roundup | Friday 5 April 2019

EGX Rezzed roundup | Friday 5 April 2019

Rezzed day 2. Day 2 at EGX Rezzed for me was full of four-legged, ferocious, fury animals and I can’t say I was in anyway upset about that. Just as it was yesterday, Tobacco Dock was abuzz with gamers, developers and journos alike ready to submerge themselves into the world…read more >
Unravel Two – Nintendo Switch | Review

Unravel Two – Nintendo Switch | Review

Unravel Two sees the return of Yarny in another adorable 2D platformer, but this time, you’re not alone. Following the spark of adventure, you must work together to overcome the numerous puzzles standing in your way - you jump, climb and fling yourself through the levels, none of it possible…read more >
The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame – PS4 | Review

The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame – PS4 | Review

I suppose I should start this review for The LEGO Movie 2 Videogame with SPOILERS for the first LEGO Movie; although I feel if you haven’t seen or played it by this point, you’re not going to now. LEGO games are not my normal go-to, I get rather frustrated when games…read more >
Devil May Cry 5 – PS4 | Review

Devil May Cry 5 – PS4 | Review

Several years after the end of Devil May Cry 4 Dante and Nero are back with a mysterious new companion in tow and a new demonic evil to vanquish. From the very off Devil May Cry 5 has the same shine and polish as the previous games; everything about it…read more >
Pode – PS4 | Review

Pode – PS4 | Review

Pode takes us on a journey of friendship; it’s an indie puzzle game developed by Henchman & Goon, a title which launched on Nintendo Switch in summer last year, and it has finally made its way onto PS4, not a moment too soon. From the very get-go, Pode is very…read more >