This review is based on the PlayStation 4 version (V1.02.) At long last, PlayStation owners are finally going to be able to get a taste of CD Projekt RED’s epic RPG The Witcher. I was a little apprehensive heading into the game not having played the previous 2 instalments, especially with it being an RPG. Would the story confuse me? Will dramatic moments be lost on me? How will I find the ch...[Read More]
Note: This review was conducted with the Xbox One version. Ultratron is an arcade-style, twin-stick shooter. As humanity’s last remaining battle droid, you’ll blast through waves of enemies across dozens of stages. The gameplay is tight and the bullet-laden chaos provides an enjoyable, and occasionally challenge, but the real thrill comes from the addictive upgrade system. Each stage has players ...[Read More]
Final Fantasy Type-0 HD is the high definition remake of the PSP title of the same name (sans HD) that came out in 2011. The game was part of the now defunct Fabula Nova Crystallis anthology which included Final Fantasy XIII and Final Fantasy Versus XIII, with the latter now being retooled into Final Fantasy XV. Funnily, the portable console title was the one that performed the best, prompting Squ...[Read More]
Developers have long sought to blur the line between film and video games and their seems to be two camps. Some games, such as Metal Gear Solid, are able to capture the look and feel of a movie while still providing incredible gameplay. Other games, like, say, Heavy Rain, focus on powerful graphics and storytelling, while minimizing gameplay for the sake of immersion. The Order: 1886 falls somewhe...[Read More]
If you’re an owner of a Sony Xperia Z2, Z2 Compact, Z3, Z3 Compact, Z2 Tablet, Z3 Tablet OR if you read my guide of how to pair your DualShock 4 to your PS Vita then you are going to want one of these bad boys – a Sony Game Control Mount or Sony GCM 10 for short. This handy clip fastens onto a DualShock 4, then using a suction cup, secures a smartphone or a PS Vita to the controller, t...[Read More]
We have another excellent racing wheel from Thrustmaster called T300 RS and it’s an exclusive for the PlayStation 4, hitting shelves at the same time as DriveClub. Join me as I put the wheel through it’s paces on DriveClub.
Kisima Innitchuna, translated to Never Alone is the first game of it’s kind. It has been created along with the indigenous Alaskan Iñupiat storytellers and elders. The game gives us an insight into these incredible people living in one of the harshest environments on Earth and also shows us the Iñupiat ways of respecting the land and it’s inhabitants. Never Alone is heartwarming, beaut...[Read More]
#KILLALLZOMBIES is a twin-stick zombie horde slaying shooter. Now, I know what you’re thinking, twin-stick shooters are a dime a dozen these days, especially the zombie kind so why am I horribly addicted to this particular game? Because it breathes new life into the genre with a game-changing perk system and a genius social interaction element. Let me elaborate.
As I stand on the verge of the Hellmouth on the Moon, I can’t help but look back at the journey that got me here. My Guardian feels so close to badassery right now, raining destruction everywhere he goes. I have explored the Solar System like it’s my back garden, I joined Fireteams and slain monsters the size of buildings with my brother and sister Guardians and watched the end credits roll with t...[Read More]
I have already reviewed Reaper of Souls for the PC, so for a more in-depth and detailed look at the story and comparison with the standard version of Diablo 3 click HERE to read it. What I want to tell you about is how this version compares with the PC version. To be honest I have always like the console version more than PC one. It just seem to be easier to jump in and out of games sitting back o...[Read More]
As my colleague Khris Golder delicately puts it: “The Last of Us will rock your face off. The Last of Us Remastered will put your face back on and slap it back off again!” Says it all doesn’t it! As the saying goes, seeing is believing, which is why we’ve put together a video review as well so you dear reader, can fully appreciate exactly what Naughty Dog has achieved here.
You are all alone in an abandoned space station, it’s dark and the air inside your space suit is stale and sweaty. What do you do? Clone yourself and solve puzzles of course! Puzzle platformer The Swapper was a surprise hit last year on the PC and Mac and it’s about to hit the PlayStation Store so shall we see what all the fuss is about?