Reviews

Batman – The Telltale Series Review: Fresh take on the Bat

Telltale Games has been a pioneer of the episodic graphic adventure game genre and has been...

by   /   Jan 17, 2017
Titanfall 2 Review

Titanfall 2 Review, A Shooter That Truly Shines

2016 was a great year for singleplayer games, irrespective of the genre. Gamers received a plethora...

by   /   Jan 17, 2017

Steep Review – Rough Around the Edges

Steep comes to the gaming market at a time when there is a dearth of games focused on snowboarding...

by   /   Jan 3, 2017
Final Fantasy XV January update

Final Fantasy XV Review – A Mixed Bag

Regardless of its ten years of development time or numerous change in directions, as the fifteenth...

by   /   Jan 3, 2017

The Last Guardian Review: One of a Kind

We live in a time when delays in game releases have become common place. Some games get pushed a...

by   /   Dec 9, 2016

Dead Rising 4 Review – Trimming the Fat

The release of Dead Rising 4 marks a decade of commitment to the rowdy open-world franchise which...

by   /   Dec 8, 2016
Dishonored 2 update

Dishonored 2 Review – Satisfying Stealth Marvel

When Arkane Studios released Dishonored in 2012, it wasn't just showing respect to the tricky...

by   /   Dec 4, 2016

Pokemon Sun and Moon Review – Best Narrative for a Lush, Expansive World

The entirety of 2016 has seen The Pokémon Company celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Pokémon...

by   /   Nov 18, 2016
Battlefield 1 review

Battlefield 1 Review – The Must-Have Shooter of the Year

Battlefield 1 is nothing short of an anatomical shift for the popular first-person shooter series....

by   /   Nov 17, 2016
Watch Dogs 2 Hidden Clothes Locations

Watch Dogs 2 Review: Revamped and Ready for Action

Back in the day when the first Watch Dogs was revealed at E3 2012, it wowed people with its concept...

by   /   Nov 14, 2016
WWE 2K17 Update

WWE 2K17 Review: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Last year’s WWE 2K16 was a great effort by Yuke’s and Visual Concepts in righting the wrongs of...

by   /   Oct 11, 2016

Odin Sphere Leifthrasir Review – An Absolute Gem

The year was 2007, a friend of mine told me about a game called Odin Sphere and asked me to give it...

by   /   Oct 4, 2016

Hue Review – Coloring Outside the Box

All too often modern indie games try to wow players with a high-concept premise but fall into the...

by   /   Oct 4, 2016
No Man's Sky developer

No Mans Sky Review: An Acquired Taste

By now everyone has been appraised on the pre-release hype and the post-release controversy...

by   /   Sep 20, 2016

Metroid Prime: Federation Force Review

It's difficult to talk about Metroid Prime: Federation Force without first addressing the ongoing...

by   /   Aug 22, 2016
Madden NFL 17 MUT Best Defensive Playbooks

Madden NFL 17 Review – A Step in the Right Direction

It has taken EA Sports a few years but the improvements made to Madden NFL franchise are...

by   /   Aug 22, 2016

Fallout Shelter PC Review; Giving Meaning to the Bethesda.net Launcher

Three months back, Bethesda Softworks released its own native launcher, simply called Bethesda.net...

by   /   Jul 29, 2016

Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition Review; A World That Begs to Be Explored

Before heading into the review, it’s essential to point out that I completely missed out on the...

by   /   Jul 20, 2016
Umbrella Corps

Biohazard: Umbrella Corps Review – An Embarrassing and Rickety Spinoff

Capcom’s decision to comfortably walk away from the survival horror concept of its original...

by   /   Jul 11, 2016
The Technomancer Choices and Results Guide

The Technomancer Review; A Disappointing Return to the Red Planet

In 2013, French studio Spiders and publisher Focus Home Interactive released Mars: War Logs; a...

by   /   Jun 28, 2016

Her Story Review – A Simple Dramatic Masterpiece

Full Motion Video (FMV) is a process of using pre-recorded video files and has been utilised as a...

by   /   Jun 24, 2016

Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator Review – Complete Package

Coming out as a sequel to Guilty Gear Xrd Sign, a game that has barely had a 2 year run since its...

by   /   Jun 23, 2016
The Witcher 3 Blood and Wine update

The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Review

After the Poland based CD Projekt Red’s ‘The Witcher 3 : Wild Hunt’ exploded on to the global...

by   /   Jun 23, 2016

Mirror’s Edge Catalyst Review – Mediocre Parkour Experience

Mirror's Edge is a game that was released in 2008 and featured a unique, free flowing, first-person...

by   /   Jun 20, 2016

Hearts of Iron 4 Review: Lets You Alter History-Again

If there's one thing that Paradox Interactive is known for, it's making alternate history possible...

by   /   Jun 10, 2016