Reviews

June 2016

So Much Blood

An indie top-down side shooter that will keep both casual and hardcore gamers engaged with ramping difficulty, upgradeable weapons and meat shield bosses that will test your skills. read on

Kirby: Planet Robobot

Kirby needs no introduction. While not quite the iconic status of the Mario Bros. this amorphous, happy go lucky character is a fan favourite; featured widely across the Nintendo franchise.… read on

One Piece: Burning Blood

Maybe I just don't get it. Maybe I don't. I'm perfectly happy with admitting I just don't understand somethings, and I'm sure to some people One Piece: Burning Blood may… read on

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Homefront: The Revolution

Not quite a sequel to the first; Homefront: The Revolution serves as more of a reboot. The problem is... was anybody asking for one? Now, I know I sound sour,… read on

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst

It feels like it was just yesterday that the original Mirror’s Edge was released, giving us the first ever first-person parkour game, giving the free-flowing exhilaration of leaping across roof… read on

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Total War: Warhammer

Total War: Warhammer is probably the best that the Total War series has ever been. Replacing traditional historical elements with the fantastical setting of the Warhammer universe has breathed new… read on

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May 2016

Fire Emblem Fates

Fire Emblem Fates is the latest installment in the Fire Emblem series from Intelligent Systems and Nintendo. The game builds on the strengths of previous titles and introduces new ones… read on

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