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Sniper Elite 4 is the latest instalment into the series whisking players off to Italy to fight along side the resistance and take down the Nazi regime. It's a tried and tested formula that's worked for three games so far, but does the fourth instalment keep us on our toes, or is it the same mundane gore-fest we've seen before?
As a long time fan of Kingdom Hearts it's exciting to be able to sit down with the latest HD collection release as we await Kingdom Hearts 3. Kingdom Hearts HD 2.8 Final Chapter Prologue looks to give us a glimpse into the future of the series as well as more of the series on the PlayStation 4 for the first time. The question to be answered though is if this package is worth your time and if it will really help to fill the gap until Kingdom Hearts 3.
The next generation of Naruto is making its way across the pond. Though are we getting a little teaser just to see if anyone cares?
A Normal Lost Phone is a simple little game where you find an unlocked phone. The idea is that you uncover the truth of the background of the person carrying the phone and how it came to be lost.
There's nothing more therapeutic than slowly meandering through the deep sea in search of forgotten treasures, that is until you're caught tits-deep in a minefield trying to desperately fend off a pirate that wants nothing more than to plunder your booty. This, my friends, is Diluvion in a nutshell.
The Tales series of games is long running and its latest entry, Tales of Berseria, pitches itself as being a step forward for the series with a much darker tone.
The Resident Evil series has gone through plenty of changes as it’s grown throughout the years, it almost seems to have evolved with the home console since the first entry came way back in 1996. The past few entries in the series have each tried something new with varying effect, Capcom have been lambasted for getting further and further away from what made the original so good: the horror. The last release in the series took flack for it being too fractured, too unfocused, relying too much on explosive set piece tomfoolery. I guess what I'm try to say is that it just wasn't scary.
There is an exuberant freedom in designing your own weapon of doom. Yeah, go ahead and pop three missile launchers on top. That's totally...
Rise & Shine is a small quiet title from Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team (badass name, right?). The game is a unique blend of bullet-hell, platformer and arcade shooter. Think I Wanna Be The Guy but less infuriating and way better looking.
I'll be honest, I haven't really given much thought about the mouse that I use on a daily basis. As long as it clicks the right buttons and moves the cursor around, I'm not overly fussed. Well, that's what I thought anyway until I actually tried my hand at a more higher-end mouse, namely the Mad Catz RAT 8. But does all these bells and whistles really make that much of a difference?
The Last Guardian - a name that has been known by many for years now. One that evokes emotions and sometime tears as the long-awaited release of this title has been one that people have longed for. Now in 2016 the legendary title which was feared to never actually release has done just that. With such a long development process and a wait years in the making how does The Last Guardian stand up in the sea of recent release that have made this year one to remember in gaming? Does the legacy of Ico and Shadow of the Colossus continue within The Last Guardian and is Trico a creature to love or fear?
Nintendo continues to dip their toes into the mobile gaming scene with the much awaited release of Super Mario Run, the first official Mario game to be released on mobile devices and one that hopes to deliver that classic Mario feeling to the masses. With that in hand Super Mario Run has been a success from its download numbers alone. Having now spent a good few hours with Super Mario Run I think it is time to weigh in on the debate and decide if Super Mario Run is a worthy addition to your mobile device even with such a steep asking price...
After ten long years Final Fantasy XV has finally released. Ten years is a long time to wait for anything, let alone a game release. First announced back in 2006 as Final Fantasy Versus XIII, the game has been through a long and rocky development process. Now, ten years later, the rebranded Final Fantasy XV is out. With such a long development fans have witnessed the game change over the years through promotional material and more. With a large amount of content on the cutting room floor and around three different versions of the story having been conceived, Final Fantasy XV has been a project that was sometimes feared to never see the light of day. With so much history belonging to the title that is no longer a fantasy how does it hold up. With more hours than any other game this year I think I’m finally able to answer that question.
Seemingly infinite freedom in intricately crafted spaces helps propel this stunning sequel beyond the reaches of it's predecessor - but it's not perfect.