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High Hell Review

High Hell is a mostly fast paced action shooter where it's your job to take down Pitchcorp, a big corporation filled with evil demons. It's just you, your gun and a bunch of baddies. It sounds perfect for me but it may not be all it's cracked up to be.

Black Mirror Review – One Broken Ass Game

Regardless of how interesting the story can get, nothing can save it from the shear amount of technical issues this game is riddled with.

The Walking Dead Season 5 Episode 1 “No Sanctuary” Review

If there was ever a correct time to use a term like "explosive TV" it would be to describe The Walking Dead Season 5 premier. The hit show from AMC has finally returned to our screens, airing Sunday 12th across the pond and Monday 13th here in the UK. The show picks up straight after the events of Season 4's tense finale. But not before a mysterious flashback...

SNK 40th Anniversary Collection (Switch) Review

As a 90's kid, I have a fondness and a love for 16-bit gaming, and 2018 marks the 40th anniversary of one the juggernauts...

Little Nightmares #2 Review – Where’s the Camp Fire?

Titan Comics has released the second issue of their Little Nightmares comic book series, and it almost continues where the last one left us, however...

The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 Review: Get Ready to Geek...

Now I haven't played the first Unwritten Tales game (nor its prequel, The Critter Chronicles), and I will say at the outset, you don't...

Total War: Thrones of Britannia Review

The Total War formula is one that has been successful for nearly twenty years; ever since the release of Shogun: Total War, Creative Assembly...
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review – Part 2

Earlier this month, I partially reviewed Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain due to the game being so big, that a week would...

Shenmue 1 & 2 (PS4) Review

Shenmue is a series that's held in high regard amongst a certain sect of gamers. Is this status deserved? Let's find out.

Guacamelee! 2 Review

Having never played the first Guacamelee! I wasn't quite sure what to expect from the sequel. Seeing it fall into the "Metroidvania genre" though, piqued my interest enough to give it a shot. Thankfully, that willingness to try a new game in one of my favorite genres paid off. What I got was a rewarding, challenging experience that took me on a vibrant, sometimes frustrating adventure.

Hyrule Warriors Review – A Link Between Franchises

Sometimes I amaze myself with these titles... If it isn't clear from the name, Hyrule Warriors is a grand mashup of two franchises; The Legend...

Soldiers of the Universe Review – Good Intentions, Bad Execution

We currently live in a world where conflict and war isn't exactly news to anyone. With ongoing conflicts in Iraq, Syria, and Turkey, the war games we've grown up with over the years are no longer becoming fictional and it's dreadful. That being said, it's these conflicts that could pave the way for a deeper understanding of war and how it affects civilians and refugees fleeing from those countries.

BERSERK and the Band of the Hawk Review

Hacking through countless enemies at the helm of a one-man killing machine would, at a glance, seem to be a perfect fit for the world of Berserk; however, this Band may rely a bit too heavily on its brand.

Thief Review, A Missed Opportunity.

Between 1998 and 2004 Garrett ruled the stealth game roost. The Dark Project, The Metal Age, Deadly Shadows. These titles ring deep in the hearts of stealth lovers as the cornerstone of their hallowed genre. Favourites from days gone by, hours poured into shifting through the gloom for twinkling treasures. Even so far as the practise of firing water arrows at torches to put them out, all born in the original creation of Looking Glass Studios. After a 10 year absence in the jail of nostalgia, Eidos Montreal are pleased to give us all a reboot of the franchise burning bright in the dark. However it's not likely to start a fire in anyone's heart.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Review – OORAH

"Welcome to Atlas" you hear, thrown into the world of Private Military Companies (PMCs) after an accident during your time in the military. PMCs in...


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