I love exploring games that I have no previous experiences with, it is like a loot filled chest with everything you always wanted or something you never knew you always wanted, but sometimes that chest grows teeth and starts chasing you and you run away from that chest promising yourself never...
I remember me and my nephew, celebrating a winter holiday at my grandpas house, with a NES and Double Dragon rented from the local video shop. It might have been the greatest weekend of my life. And here we are, I am now a grown man with kids of my own and playing Double Dragon 4 on my...
Yakuza is a series of games that I have always had a love hate relationship towards. But with the latest release, Yakuza 0 I am leaning towards love way more than I have ever before
For nearly 30 years Civilization has plagued our gaming world, people have lost time, sleep and not to mention been frustrated, yet in love with a game so simple yet so incredible deep and time demanding it is sometimes hard to see how this game can be sold at a regular price and not a yearly...
I have always been a huge fan of the stealth-based game genre, and Dishonored was one of my favourite games the year it released. It played through it numerous times with different experiences each time and with the release of Dishonored 2 I was overexcited to once again see what this series...
The Elder Scrolls is one of my top game series of all time, as with most fans I started my love for the series with the release of Oblivion but has since then gone back and played Morrowind. So when Skyrim was announced I was beyond excited and here we are, years later and I am reviewing one of...
It is time for a new Call of Duty, love it or hate it but it is still one of the most successful franchise in gaming history and you can never take that away from them. And speaking of love and hate, there has always been those feeling whenever you speak on a new Call of Duty release as you...
I remember playing Call of Duty on Playstation 3, and how amazed I was at the visuals for this game. I remember thinking that this would be it, this would be the greatest FPS game ever created, and even though many years have passed since my brain worked like that, the Call of Duty franchise...
Whenever I am tasked with reviewing a game mainly focused on kids I turn to my own kids, hand them the controllers and just sit back and take notes. Not only what I myself see but how the experience make them feel and how easy it is for them to interact with the game. But whenever a huge...
What if you took Minecraft and the beloved Dragon Quest universe and mixed them all into one brand new experience? It would probably be the greatest game ever created right? Well, to fans of both games it might be considered that but to anyone the slightest interested in either of the two this...
As a lifelong fan of wrestling dating all the way back to the late 80s when I used to watch wrestling with my grandfather (without my mother knowing it seeing as it was seen upon as real back then) I have tried to withhold my love for the entertainment, but lately my love is slowly dying and...
It is time to return to one of the most talked about games in recent history, we are of course talking about Destiny. Now the name of the game will either bring excitement to you as soon as you hear it or it will bring frustration and annoyance, luckily for me I have always enjoyed Destiny and...
Have you ever dreamt about being a stealthy burglar? And also being the main character in a Guy Ritchie move? Well Filthy Lucre is as close you'll probably ever get without breaking the law or being that weird guy on the film-set that nobody invited..
Mount & Blade: Warband is a stand-alone expansion to the previously released Mount & Blade, and it introduces a new faction, increase political options, giving players the ability to start new factions and brings on-board the ability for multiplayer. Now all of this released on the PC...
Pac-Mans back alright! Again. I can't help but feel like I just wrote a review for a game like this not just a few months ago, but anyway, here we are yet again, another Pac-Man review! This time it is for Pac-Man Championship Edition 2 on the Playstation 4
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Here are the new changes to Survival Mode in Fallout 4 and how they work, this will include tougher choices, slower healing, limited fast travels... We have all the information you need to know to tackle and be prepared for this new survival mode
As a long time Hitman fan it is always scary for me personally whenever a new Hitman game releases, not because I am afraid it won't live up to my expectations but simply the fear of not having enough time to play it all the time, stupid sleep and family. You can imagine my ears perked up when I heard they were releasing an episodic Hitman game, because this way I could sleep, spend time with my family and play Hitman all in one day. And here we are, the first episode of Hitman is upon us and we get to sharpened or fibre wire and clean out our silenced pistols, clear out any empathy we had for humanity and go all in as I review the Playstation 4 version of the first episode in the Hitman series, Paris
Dark Souls III is right around the corner and I just played something that might interest you and kill some of this horrible downtime you are experiencing right now as you wait for the game to release. The game I am talking about is a 2D... wait, where are you going? Hear me out! This game is a 2D Dark Souls and it is called Salt and Sanctuary and it is just as hard as any Dark Souls game, and the scary thing is that it is just as entertaining. This is the review for the Playstation 4 version of Salt and Sanctuary
There has been numerous games released under the indie survival horror game genre these last couple of years, most of these has created a mediocre to low critical praise while others such as Outlast, Slender and Amnesia: The Dark Descent has managed to create a rather positive buzz, so when I discovered Kholat I knew I had to read up on the Dyatlo Pass incident in which this game is based upon and I was pleasantly surprised the further I dug into both the game and the story. This is a game you really should pay attention to. This is our review of the Playstation 4 version of Kholat
In Automatron, the mysterious Mechanist has unleashed a horde of evil robots into the Commonwealth, including the devious Robobrain. Hunt them down and harvest their parts to build and mod your own custom robot companions
Better late than never. When Deadpool first arrived on the previous consoles we wrote “There is nothing unique here, but it is still one of the most fun and entertaining experiences I have had in a long time. It is good to play a game that is just that, a game, a fun and entertaining experience that disconnects you from the real-world for a few hours and takes you on an insane journey through the mind of Deadpool.” and this still stands when we once again revisit Deadpool, only this time on the current gen consoles
How bold is it to remove one of the main draws of a product and replace it with something completely new? Dying Light The Following does just that, the parkour aspect of the game that was hailed when it first released as a game changer has now been pushed aside and instead you get a vehicle, a dune buggy to be precise. Techland goes out of their way to introduce this new mechanics in the expansion to Dying Light named The Following. And you know what.. it works!
Independent developers n-Space and Digital Extremes announced today that Sword Coast Legends, the award-winning, party-based RPG set in the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) Forgotten Realms universe from Wizards of the Coast, hits PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles Spring, 2016
Omega Force is back at it again with another release, Arslan: The Warriors of Legend. Omega Force most noticeably known for their work on the Dynasty Warriors series, but also games like One Piece: Pirate Warriors, Hyrule Warriors, Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below among others. So you already know what you get once you go looking for a Omega Force developed game, and if you don't allow me to educate you the easiest way I know, they all feel like playing a Dynasty Warriors game with other characters, story and some tweaks to gameplay mechanics. But other than that, they are pretty similar to previous releases
Activision re-take No1 with ‘Call of Duty: Black Ops III’ racking up a ninth No1 spot since launch last year (+11%). After last week’s big debut week at No1 for Warner’s ‘Lego Marvel Avengers’, second week sales after launch week drop 41% for this title and it sits at No2. Brand new at No3 is Bandai Namco’s long-running manga-based ‘Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4’, which makes the transition to PS4 and Xbox One for the first time and becomes the second biggest week 1 seller in the series - previous outing in this series ‘Ninja Storm 3’ also debuted at No3 (week 10, 2013 on PS3/360) and remains the week 1 best-seller in the series
Are you ready for some darkness? Are you ready to have the lives of different survivors in your hands, keeping them fed, medicated, and away from depression during a raging war? This is a survival war game with the inspiration taken from the 92-96 Siege of Sarajevo during the Bosnian War, and it is heavy. Are you ready for this?
There are way too many racing games which gives the control complete control from the beginning, there are no real skill involved you just push the gas and drift through the different turns until you finally hit the finish line, these are mostly arcade racing games and there is fun to be had there too, but Sebastien Loebs Rally Evo is nothing of the sort, this is nitty, gritty, in-your-face racing. You are going to have to learn the hard way how to control these oiled beasts, but when you do there is nothing like the feeling of being in control of everything this game has to offer. This is every petrol-heads wet dream
If I had a Playstation Vita I think Gravity Rush would be one of my favourite games on that system, sadly though I had one for a incredible short period of time until I realized it was just collecting dust and got rid of it before I encountered Gravity Rush. Luckily for me and many other who shared the same fate as I did I now own a Playstation 4 and a re-release of the game has finally arrived on this platform, Gravity Rush Remastered is here to knock you off your feet if you haven't already been floored by this release already, pun intended