Reviews

April 2016

TrackMania Turbo

Go fast! Even faster! No wait, not that fast. This should be the tagline of Trackmania Turbo. This game is not just a racing game... ok well it is, but… read on

March 2016

The Division

It’s incredibly difficult to sum up a game like The Division in such a short timeframe, so what I’ll open with is that I’ve spent literally more than 40 hours… read on

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Pokémon Super Mystery Dungeon

Combining dungeon crawling with the undeniable cuteness of Pokémon once again, this is a different type of franchise for the cute critters and one that has spawned many sequels. The… read on

Project X Zone 2

I’m not sure what I was thinking taking on Project X Zone 2. Touted as a tactical role play game and boasting a massive cast, some characters of which I… read on

Bravely Second: End Layer

Sometimes, an old school RPG is just what the doctor ordered. Taking inspiration from them JRPGs of the 90's such as Final Fantasy, Square Enix has outdone themselves with this… read on

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Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders

Mr Hercule Poirot. Many of you may be familiar with this fastidious Belgian, brought wonderfully to life by David Suchet in the long running British ITV series ‘Agatha Christie’s Poirot’.… read on

Street Fighter V

Street Fighter V is one of the best fighting games ever released when you look at it from a pure gameplay perspective. Where it falls down is in the lack… read on

February 2016

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2 backs up the previous title and shows once again that there is plenty of room in the multiplayer market for something far more colorful… read on

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Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4

Naruto Shippuden 4 delivers everything you would expect from a modern fighting game: a heap of game modes, a huge roster of playable characters and an intense fighting experience. What… read on

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Far Cry Primal

Have you ever wanted to ride a sabre-tooth tiger, tame a woolly mammoth, hunt for your food & shelter and use your keen survival instincts to survive against not only… read on

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Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth

When I found out that my first review would be Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth for the PS4, I was super excited! Digimon was a massive part of my childhood, so… read on

The Legend of Legacy

Legend of Legacy is not for the faint hearted. It has all of the JRPG elements you would expect: parties of three, turn-based combat, cute avatars - it’s all there.… read on

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