Blood Knights

Blood Knights Review

Blood Knights is a typical hack n slash adventure featuring light role-playing elements and moments of platforming. It's game with many faults, a seemingly lackluster effort by it's creators. Yet despite the many reasons to dislike it, it's almost impossible to hate it.

Call of Duty: Ghosts Review

It's that time of year again folks. Battle lines are drawn across servers worldwide and combat rages between armchair warriors the world over. November 5th saw Call of Duty Ghosts fall into the laps and disc trays across platforms and continents and this year it was going to be tough for it to stand up. With Battlefield 4 coming out the previous week, GTAV still tightly grasping gamers the world over by the throats and the next generation of console gaming mere weeks away Infinity Ward had to deliver in order to keep the Call of Duty name going. Luckily - in most respects - they did.

Final Exam Review

Final Exam first began as Obscure when it was initially announced but then changed its name due to fans thinking it was a sequel to the already existing horror survival franchise ObsCure. Final Exam is a fast paced, action packed, side scrolling shooter, brawler, and puzzler all in one. With a lot to offer and then some, does Final Exam receive an A grade or does it barely pass with nothing more than a D?

Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag Review.

Assassin's Creed IV Black Flag, the newest title in the franchise from Ubisoft was released to Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 players on the 29th October and since then I've been sailing through the Caribbean nearly every day so I think it's about time I shared my thoughts on Black Flag with you all.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution Director’s Cut Review.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution was originally released in the height of the summer of 2011 but Square Enix have now released this reissue of the game and it is a good way to finally play it if you haven't already, what's more it also includes all of the DLC, improved visuals, and tweaks to the AI. This is not your ordinary reissue of a previously released game. This version was originally announced early this year for the Wii U only, but unfortunately for Nintendo a lot of third party publishers lost faith in the Wii U due to the consoles poor sales.
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Defense Technica Review (PC)

Defense Technica was developed by Kuno Interactive, a small Korean developer, and orignally released on Android and iOS in early 2013. Devolver Digital, who brought us Shadow Warrior, Hotline Miami and Serious Sam, decided to publish Defense Technica for the PC, releasing it on the 24th of October at £11.99 on Steam.

Defense Technica is a classic top-down tower defence game like the thoroughly enjoyable Sol Survivor or Defense Grid, and like both of these titles involves the player keeping hordes of aliens away from their precious cores. Unlike these games, Defense Technica claims to be something more and calls itself the 'next evolution in hardcore tower defense strategy games,' but does it live up to this claim and is it worth your hard-earned money?
Battlefield 4

Battlefield 4 Review

In Battlefield 4 DICE have delivered yet another massively exhilarating and fast-paced military combat shooter that will appeal to newcomers to the series and seasoned vets alike, it is a clear continuation of Battlefield 3 and in many aspects it could be considered as one of the best FPS games of the year, unfortunately the game is some way from being flawless and there are some issues that make it difficult to class the game as perfect...

Proteus (PS3) Review

Proteus was originally released for the PC early this year and has now come to PlayStation 3 and Vita. First off I wouldn't exactly call this a game but more of an experience, but that doesn't stop the fact that this is a great experience, but that you must see it to believe it.

Cardboard Castle Review

Ever picked up that game which sits there on your homescreen mocking you. Whether it be because you don't like it and you're stuck with it or becuase you can't do it. Who am I kidding we've all done that at some point in our lives. Sadly with Cardboard Castle the same rings true on PS Vita, however which feeling it gives is rather harder to place a finger on.

Plants Vs. Zombies 2: It’s about Time Review

Puns. Glorious, glorious puns. That Popcap's sequel to the hugely addictive and critically acclaimed first title in the series has been some years in...

SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton’s Robotic Revenge Review

I'm in my mid twenties and I'm not afraid to say that I love SpongeBob but not in that ironic big-face t-shirt wearing way. I remember the late spring of 1999 around the time when everyone began to panic about the Millennium Bug, an eleven-year-old Aaron sat in front of the television as he usually would on a Saturday only to experience one of the most bizarre, but amazing TV shows of all time, SpongeBob SquarePants.

SpongeBob, Garry, Patrick and the gang became a staple part of my Saturday mornings as I stuffed my face with chocolate cereal, I couldn't get enough of Bikini Bottom, I wanted to taste a Crabby Patty, and I wanted to go Jelly Fishing but alas, I had to grow up. That hasn't stopped me from occasionally flicking over to Nickelodeon whenever the Yellow Sponge is on.

So when Activision announced the release of SpongeBob SquarePants: Plankton's Robotic Revenge I just had to give it a go. I know it's primarily aimed at a younger audience and I'm going to look at it that way. This isn't no blockbuster, AAA title like Call of Duty, or Battefield, but for what this game is, it's a stand up example.

Borderlands 2: TK Baha’s Bloody Harvest Review

We've seen the Borderlands 2 season pass come and go. Now we are into phase 2 of the DLC for this FPSRPG with Gearbox doing a little fiddling with the norm. Rather than offering a £9 lump of 4-6 hours of content with a little replay value, the new Headhunter packs offer a new area and stuff to shoot to bits.
Sonic Lost World

Sonic Lost World 3DS Review, Bringing Back Childhood Tantrums.

Sonic Lost World is the first Nintendo exclusive Sonic title since the company announced that they'd partnered with SEGA earlier this year. Available on the Wii U and 3DS I opted for the 3DS version to see how Sonic translates as a more simple, hand held title. I must say one thing before we begin, SEGA have done a fantastic job on keeping Sonic as frustrating as ever to play.

Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 Review

Every year a war rages amongst a subsect of the gaming populous. Two teams walk from the changing rooms onto the pitch under two banners. One team consiting of FIFA fans, the cohorts of EA's license heavy gamer army. They chant the names of hundreds of licensed teams and leagues. Their formation rarely changes though. Since 2009 they have held the same stance and made minor tweaks to player positionings and the skills of their players. These are the ones who call if it ain't broke, don't fix it.

Across the pitch from them stand Konami's faithful. Each year they have brought significant changes to the team - not always with the intended results. They may not have the swathes of licensed teams and players or the advertising budget but what they bring is unmatched. The arcade gameplay and fast paced frantic football. This year Konami is bringing its best line up for many years to the field. Anyway, enough of this load of foodballing metaphors and similies. Let's kick off. Oh it happened again.

Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut Review

The idea of cutting flesh is a rather unsettling one. More so the idea of cutting flesh you don’t know who or what it belongs to. If in danger and your life is at risk, you have no worry about cutting though whatever lays in your way. When it’s fixed to the wall however in a gory manner, then you're in for a rough ride.

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