Shape of the World – PS4 | Review

Shape of the World – PS4 | Review

We're fortunate in planet PlayStation. The back catalogue is so rich and diverse that it's not difficult to find a title that matches your mood. As much as I enjoy open world games, for example, there are days when it all feels a bit too much like hard work.  Trudging…read more >
Jurassic World Evolution | Review

Jurassic World Evolution | Review

As a concept, Jurassic World Evolution is not a difficult sell. Once you recover from the disappointment that it's not, in fact, an action or story-driven game but a park management sim, the prospect of creating your very own dinosaur playground sounds enticing. Playing with dinosaurs appeals directly to the…read more >
Yoku’s Island Express – PS4 | Review

Yoku’s Island Express – PS4 | Review

With the plethora of indie titles vying for attention these days, it's easy to overlook a hidden gem as you sift through the online stores. Sometimes, however, one breaks through, punching above its weight to share the spotlight with the big boys. One such game is Yoku's Island Express, a…read more >
Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn | Review

Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn | Review

Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn is a game that in many ways should not exist, coming as it does many years after the much-maligned original that launched in 1994 to vocal and almost universal criticism. The bizarre premise of basketball player Shaquille O’Neal starring in his own video game beat-em-up…read more >
SEGA Mega Drive Classics | Review

SEGA Mega Drive Classics | Review

Never go back: that's my gaming rule of thumb. Nostalgia brings with it cherished experiences which are often best left where they are. Games you loved then so rarely hold up now, so why sully the memories by going back? With this in mind, I approached Sega Mega Drive Classics…read more >