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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 >
Shadow of The Colossus – PS4 ǀ Review

Shadow of The Colossus – PS4 ǀ Review

The beauty of Shadow of the Colossus, even with this remake thirteen years after the original, is its simplicity. There are no side quests or items necessary to proceed, just a vast open world and one single mission to complete. After a silent and peaceful cutscene we meet our protagonist,…read more >
Call Of Duty: WWII – PS4 | Review

Call Of Duty: WWII – PS4 | Review

The Call Of Duty franchise has found it's way back to earth in the renowned war-based shooter series latest release. Yes, boots are back firmly on the ground as Sledgehammer Games take the reins of the series in Call Of Duty: WWII. As the title states we become reacquainted with…read more >
Star Wars Battlefront 2 – Xbox One | Review

Star Wars Battlefront 2 – Xbox One | Review

The Star Wars Battlefront series has always been credible for it's ability to somewhat ease the insatiable Star Wars void that sits inside fans of the iconic, sci-fi franchise. Come on fans, you have to admit that no matter how much you indulge in the series over a multitude of…read more >
Oxenfree – Nintendo Switch ǀ Review

Oxenfree – Nintendo Switch ǀ Review

Night School Studios developed something truly ground-breaking back in 2016 with their side scrolling sci-fi horror game Oxenfree. After a successful run on the PS4 the game finally came to the Nintendo Switch in the winter of 2017. The indie adventure follows a group of teenagers as they explore Edwards…read more >
Ōkami HD – PS4 ǀ Review

Ōkami HD – PS4 ǀ Review

Okami HD is what you would call a unique game. Traditional Japanese culture influences the art-style, the story and just about every inch of the game’s world, Nippon. Nippon itself is a peaceful place to start with, but that peace is suddenly shattered by the forces of evil. It’s up…read more >
Knowledge is Power – PS4 (PlayLink) ǀ Review

Knowledge is Power – PS4 (PlayLink) ǀ Review

Following the success of Wish Studios’ first PlayLink game, That’s You, the studio has delivered another smartphone-controlled board game, Knowledge is Power, just in time for Christmas. Each participating player will have to download the Knowledge is Power app to their phone or tablet. This saves you having to purchase…read more >
Assassin’s Creed Origins – PS4 | Review

Assassin’s Creed Origins – PS4 | Review

For those out there with lingering apprehension about gratifying their Creed cravings with Ubisoft's latest addition to ever expanding line of Assassin's Creed (AC) games, have no fear as Assassin's Creed Origins easily puts to shame the last few bland and "samey" AC titles. I kid you not, this installment to…read more >
Oure – PS4 | Review

Oure – PS4 | Review

Oure was Paris Games Week surprise PS4 fantasy game. Developed by Heavy Spectrum, the footage showcased in Paris intrigued and the announcement that the game would be released only a few hours later was a marketing masterstroke. Oure’s story unfolds in a world ravaged by dusk and devoid of hope.…read more >
Aer: Memories of Old – PS4 ǀ Review

Aer: Memories of Old – PS4 ǀ Review

Aer: Memories of Old is essentially a love letter to The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword, utilising the same formula which made the sixteenth edition to the Zelda franchise so successful. On a cluster of islands floating in the sky we meet our protagonist, Auk, a shape shifter who can…read more >
Hob – PS4 ǀ Review

Hob – PS4 ǀ Review

There’s an awful lot of depth to Runic Games’ action adventure indie game, Hob. Exploration of the huge steampunk-inspired world is exceptionally rewarding: secret rooms can be discovered, shortcuts can be accessed and mysterious green orbs hide in machines and tiny crevices which allow you to level up. Our protagonist,…read more >
Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash – PS4 | Review

Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash – PS4 | Review

After a long and hard wait, finally Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash has made it’s way to our damp European shores. Thanks again to the mighty fine ladies and gentlemen working overtime at Marvellous UK! Before I tell you about the game, let’s all be thankful that they have the…read more >
Destiny 2 – PS4 | Review

Destiny 2 – PS4 | Review

There began a looming fear when talk of Destiny 2 came about that the game would feel more like Destiny 1.5 rather than a sequel. However, a mere 10 minutes into Bungie's latest addition to the series and we can see this simply isn't the case. Playing through Destiny 2's…read more >