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DISCLAIMER: I have no prior knowledge of Ironfist's powers or story arcs spare one passing reference in Jim Butcher's Dresden Files. I will also...
Having read the prequel to the Penny Dreadful Showtime series, and finding it utterly disappointing, I was apprehensive about trying to read through another...
For those of you wanting to get into the lore and story of Penny Dreadful, look elsewhere. Based on the action packed fantasy/drama Showtime...
2Dark is the latest effort from Alone in the Dark creator Frédérick Raynal. Seeing as he's one of the pioneers of the survival horror genre it may be safe to assume that 2Dark is in safe hands. Sadly this isn't the case as 2Dark fails as both a stealth game and a horror experience.
The Power Rangers movie is finally here. For the first time, we have the full cast of original characters Jason, Kimberly, Zack, Trini and...
Loot Rascals pits you in a space theme park on a mission to rescue your friend, Big Barry. Contact with Big Barry has been lost and it’s your job to see what the deal is, however, on your way your ship crash lands on the alien planet that has been overtaken by a slew of baddies. To save Big Barry and restore order to the space theme park, you’ll need to travel across the five randomly generated areas and take out the ‘Rascals’ you come across.
Let’s get the awkward bit out of the way first, this game should have been a free pack-in with the Nintendo Switch. Everyone knows it, but don’t let that get in the way of the enjoying it.
I have fond memories of the Destruction Derby series for the PS One. I loved nothing more than racing around dirt tracks smashing up other cars, or testing my driving skills in the Destruction Derby arenas. One series I never seemed to catch onto however was FlatOut. But with the release of Flatout 4: Total Insanity I wanted to rekindle that love of DD, but has it lit that burning fire in my heart, or did it burn out quicker than a candle at the end of an exhaust?
Now that the big one-point-oh has finally dropped, can the game overcome this particular hurdle and provide the ultimate LEGO sandbox experience? Let’s take a look.
Steeped in a robotically, fierce and dense fatigued looking world, the environment laid out in front of you is nothing short of a hellacious, ruined and tired looking retirement home for old androids. A struggle between the next generation of robots and those seemingly cute, charming robots that came before litter the landscape in a vast, complex open world that somehow mirrors the perception of being large, but in reality it’s refined and compact marriage between the game’s direction and the player.
The world of Danganronpa is a very strange one indeed. World ending events, high school relationships and homicidal bears all combine to make an experience which is equal parts unique and endearing. Danganronpa 1.2 Reload brings two games, which were easy to overlook when they were originally released, into the spotlight, allowing more players to fall in love with a franchise which has already taken the world by storm.
I'll be completely honest, whenever I've thought of an electric bicycle I've often thought of those bikes little old men often ride into town. Either that, or those odd looking foldable bikes people try and squeeze onto trains in the middle of London. So when we were contacted by Volt Bikes, I was a little apprehensive. Did we really want to review an electric bike? Then I saw their catalogue, and the answer to that question was "hell yeah!"
It's no secret that Ghost Recon Wildland's portrayal of Bolivia is one seeped in controversy, but it's also one that makes the scenic South American country more intriguing, more dangerous, and more suited to an action-oriented video game. However, as the game is Ubisoft's biggest yet, is it really worth being crowned the fastest selling game of 2017 so far?
Back in 2014, Cyanide Studios reinvigorated the stealth genre with the release of Styx: Master of Shadows. It wasn't perfect, but it definitely had its merits and gave fans of the classic "hard-as-balls" stealth genre hope for the future. Now, three years later comes Styx: Shards of Darkness, a standalone sequel to Master of Shadows that turns the difficulty up to eleven.