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Review - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt


The Witcher is the most immerse open-world game ever created, that’s right, I said it. Even with its flaws this is the game to beat for game of the year on many gamers lists this year. I am even going to go as far as to say that this will change open-world games forever, if your game doesn’t have what The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt has you will hear about it, trust me


Review - Project Cars (PS4)


Project Community Assisted Racing Simulator or CARS for short, was originally planned to see PS3 and Xbox 360 releases earlier, but was finally released on the current gen systems, and the reason as to why is easy to see as soon as you start playing. Project Cars looks absolutely amazing, and if racing simulator games is your thing then this is definitely the game you have been waiting for.


Review - Broken Age (PS4)


I grew up with adventure games, it is still my favourite genre of all time, but lately the genre has slowly faded out, much being because of the attention span of gamers nowadays, and the thought of them getting stuck on a puzzle more than a few minutes seems absurd. But Double Fine is trying to introduce new players to a genre that is in my eyes extremely slept-on, and give us old timers something to reminisce over. I get to play around with the PS4 release of Double Fine's Broken Age


Review - Shovel Knight (PS4)


There is a thin line between inspiration and plagiarism and Shovel Knight balances this perfectly. By paying homage instead of ripping off classic NES games it simply creates nostalgic magic for older gamers while introducing old school classic gameplay to the newer generation. This is one of the weirdest things I am about to write out for you but, Shovel Knight might be one of the best games I have played on a newer console...


Review - Bloodborne


Oh From Software, how much pain and torture you have bestowed upon me and still, here I am, with my hat in hand asking “can I have some more sir?”. I guess the fool me once saying doesn't really work on the From Software games as Demon Souls beat me, Dark Souls 1 and 2 beat me, and here I am hoping that Bloodborne would be a tiny bit more merciful, even though its not the same games, it is the same damn game, and I love it


Review - Toukiden: Kiwami


What some might call a slightly watered down version of Monster Hunter I personally feel that Toukiden: Kiwami is everything I wanted Monster Hunter to be and more. Now before you start lighting up your torches and sharpening your pitchforks at least hear me out and check out my review for Toukiden: Kiwami on the Playstation 4


Review - Life is Strange Episode 2


We return to the strange but wonderful world of Life is Strange. Stuff was right about to hit the fan as we left the previous episode and even though the last episode ended on a cliffhanger the second episode starts off slow by introducing and adding more back-story to the main story. If the first episode was more colourful and calm the second episode introduces a more darker undertone


Review - Cabela's African Adventure (PS4)

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There has been numerous Cabela games since the first one popped up on the scene back in 1998, and there has been deer hunter series, adventure series, expeditions, and off-road adventures and that is just naming a few of the many, many Cabela games that has seen releases. The latest addition to the new consoles is the release of Cabela's African Adventure which we reviewed on the Playstation 4, and it is safe to say that this game is not a console seller


Review - Hand of Fate

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You've got to know when to hold 'em, know when to fold 'em, know when to walk away and know when to run. Never has lyrics had greater meaning than this time around as we play with cards and life in the latest independent game released from Defiant Development called Hand of Fate


Review - The Order: 1886


The Order: 1886 is a collaborative development from SCE Santa Monica Studio best known for their work on the God of War series and Ready at Dawn mostly known for the Wii port of Ôkami. It is a single-player action/adventure game and it is exclusively to the Playstation 4


Review - PolyNoid


Easy to play difficult to master, that should be the tag-line for PolyNoid, a new minimalist retro-futuristic arcade puzzle for your iPhone released today 25th Feb 2015


Review - Evolve

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Evolve has seemed to be a dark horse from the time it was revealed and up until release. People have been claiming there didn't seem to be enough content, or the game might feel repetitive and not enough meat on the bones for it to become a hit, but we still wanted to dive in and see for ourselves before we drew any conclusions and what we found was a delightful and thoughtful strategic shooter.


Review - Dying Light

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From the developers of Dead Island comes another zombie slayer but this time the focus doesn't seem to be on the combat which Dead Island highly emphasised, but more on the parkour aspect, as you are going to run from a lot of zombies this time around, and when night comes, good night and good luck is all you need to know.


Review - Risk (PS4)


If you haven't played a game of Risk before then this is your chance. Risk is one of the more intense and competitive games I have ever played in my life but previously only on a tabletop, that is until now when I got my hands on the PS4 version and it has everything the boardgames has without all the hassle of setting up a game, what more could you ask for?


Review - Life is Strange Episode 1


How does it feel to once again relive High School, as a girl, with paranormal abilities you say? Life is Strange gives you the answer and puts you right in the shoes of Max Caulfied who realizes she has the ability to rewind time, as if being a student in High School wasn't enough.


Preview - Besiege


Besiege is an interesting diamond in the dirt at the moment, and we want you to go try it, and if you need convincing you should keep reading this preview. But you should check out Besiege, seriously.


Review - Grim Fandango Remastered


Dead and loving it, Grim Fandango gets resurrected with a fresh coat of paint.


Review - Citizens of Earth


Citizens of Earth is a game that might remind you of another game, that is somewhat similar and is hailed within the gaming community as a hidden gem and goes by the name of Earthbound. It is difficult to not draw the comparisons between these two games although yet similar they are completely different and unique in their own ways.


Review - Saints Row IV Re-Elected


Saints Row has gone from the grimy streets with gang rivals and turf wars to the top with Saints Row IV putting us into the role of none other than the President. It has gone from a simple GTA clone to something of its own. Saints Row has come a long way but it is time to bid farewell to this beautiful, yet insane franchise and what better way to bid farewell than a reintroduction on the newest consoles with a remake of Saints Row IV entitled Saints Row Re-Elected.


Review - Saints Row Gat out of Hell

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In the latest stand-alone expansion to the Saints Row franchise you get to go to hell. To rescue the the boss who is set to marry Satan’s daughter (the story takes a different approach later on in the game). To get to Satan you need to cause enough havoc that even the man himself has to come pay you a visit. And if you played a Saints Row game before you know how delightful that job can be and Gat out of Hell is no different.


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