Reviews

September 2016

August 2016

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided is the latest addition the the Deus Ex Universe and was an absolute delight to play. Not requiring an in depth knowledge of previous titles, it… read on

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I Am Setsuna

There was a real risk that I Am Setsuna would be crushed under the weight of expectation. As a spiritual successor to Chrono Trigger, with various nods to Final Fantasy… read on

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Bear With Me

Bear With Me is an episodic, point-and-click adventure that takes on this awesome hard-boiled detective/noir style. It is quirky, funny and full of charm but is very narratively dense and… read on

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ABZÛ

ABZÛ is this calming, tranquil, explorative experience that sees the player character submerged into this gorgeous, painterly world of infinite breath meters and fish density cranked up to ultra. read on

July 2016

Monster Hunter Generations

After being hugely successful in Japan for over ten years, Monster Hunter as a franchise is finally starting to get some traction in the west, especially with the recent success… read on

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Mighty No. 9

Yes gather round boys and girls, another Kickstarter funded game has entered the market. And as we know the customer is always right, surely they must be on to a… read on

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens, is a breath of fresh air for the Lego series. I still remember when the first adaptation type Lego game came out and how… read on

Anima: Gate of Memories

Anima: Gate of Memories is the first video game developed by Anima Project, who had previously created the vast array of Anima role-playing books,board games, trading cards, games and tactical… read on

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Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE

If you’re looking for a crazy ride jam-packed with zany characters, colourful backgrounds, over-the-top battles and a devilishly delightful pop soundtrack, look no further, because Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE brings… read on

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Grand Kingdom

In a world where mercenaries fight for the highest bidder, you know you're in for more entertainment that you bargained for. read on

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Odin Sphere: Leifthrasir

Originally released in 2007 towards the end of the PS2s life-cycle, Odin Sphere was a fantastic side-scrolling action RPG that was flawed, as it pushed the console too much and… read on

The Technomancer

The Technomancer is an action RPG for hardcore sci fi fans who enjoy a bit of a steampunk feel. Unfortunately this game tried to do too many things and the… read on

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Lost Sea

Lost Sea is all about exploration and survival as you journey from one hostile island to the next. The game is most certainly not without its flaws but it did… read on

The Witcher 3: Blood & Wine

The Witcher 3: Blood & Wine is the final chapter planned for Geralt of Rivia's incredible tale. Unsurprisingly, it’s a wonderful expansion to a true modern masterpiece of the RPG… read on

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