Q.U.B.E 2 – PS4 | Review

Q.U.B.E 2 – PS4 | Review

Archaeologist Amelia Cross awakens stranded in a strange alien world. Her whereabouts unknown, the only familiarity is a fellow survivor also lost within the expanse. Fitted with a power suit which enables the manipulation of the environment via creation of ‘cubes’ Amelia must use this technology to unravel the secrets…read more >
Frantics – PS4 | Review

Frantics – PS4 | Review

Sony's PlayLink service certainly offers up a diverse range of titles, such as Singstar, Knowledge is Power, Hidden Agenda and That's You, all of which offer something a little different to play with your friends. Now we have Frantics, a more familiar party game, given that it groups together a bunch…read more >
Bravo Team – PSVR | Review

Bravo Team – PSVR | Review

Some games are terrible. Bravo Team is one of them, unfortunately. That's not my favourite way to start a review, but there's no getting away from the fact that SuperMassive's latest VR effort is just bad. I've only just returned to the VR scene after a year out. My PSVR…read more >
Fe – PS4 | Review

Fe – PS4 | Review

A Journey/ Abzu-esque feel meets 3D platformer in Zoink's action-adventure title, Fe in which an ensemble of vastly different game genres collaborate to create a colourful, enticing forest setting to explore. You take up the reins as Fe - a fox-like creature and negotiate your way through the forest. On…read more >
Kingdom Come: Deliverance – PS4 | Review

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – PS4 | Review

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is a game which flew well under my radar. Coming from a lesser known developer in Warhorse Studios, which Kickstarted the title back in 2014 and was funded to the tune of £1.1 million. It’s a title I, most likely at the time, thought would be underwhelming…read more >
Past Cure – Xbox One | Review

Past Cure – Xbox One | Review

Past Cure is a bizarre mishmash of a game. It’s part psychological thriller, part shooter and part puzzler too. It doesn’t really know what it is or what it wants to be, which is evident in the fact that each chapter feels like a different game from the last. Things start…read more >