Browsing posts in the ‘Reviews’ category

Review: Postal Redux

Postal Redux is a remaster of the infamous game released back in 1997. For those unaware, Postal was highly controversial and remains uncomfortable today. The plot is wafer-thin and exists barely to...

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Review: Samurai Showdown

Would you like to turn on gore and dismemberments? Yes please! What a way to start a game. Samurai Showdown was actually released nearly two years ago across multiple formats, but very...

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Curse of the Dead Gods

I absolutely love Curse of the Dead Gods. Is it just a Hades clone though? Well, it looks and feels similar, but it’s so much more. I might even prefer it…. ...

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Review: Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Videogame 4 

The 4th entry in the series marks for the first Monster Energy Supercross games to appear on next-gen consoles. With it comes the potential for some serious horsepower upgrades.  Unlike MXGP...

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Review: Monster Jam Steel Titans 2

Monster trucks! Like buses, none for ages, and then along comes Monster Truck Championship last year and now Steel Titans 2. It takes a leaf out of Championship’s book (which so good)...

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Review: Gods Will Fall

I've never been one to go for the Souls games. The level of difficulty, frustration and repeated losses to enormous bosses just never sounded like my idea of fun, but having watched...

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Review: Jet Kave Adventure

A caveman? With a jetpack?! Imagine that! Well, maybe you can’t, but you won’t need to any more as Jet Kave Adventure delivers an amusing, well-animated platform adventure, even if it is...

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Review: MXGP 2020: The Official Motocross Videogame

In reviewing previous MX games, I’ve talked about the ‘flow’. This rhythm of going over jumps, perfecting timing them to get the right vertical lines, maintaining speed, and flicking your bike around...

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Review: Yakuza: Like a Dragon

The Yakuza games have a reputation of being these sprawling, not-quite-open-world RPGs, with over-the-top combat and random, yet surprisingly deep minigames which are more like meta-systems. Like a Dragon does not disappoint,...

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Review: Unto the End

You are warned at the start, that Unto the End is different. You can lose your sword. You can bleed to death. Prepare. I wasn’t really sure what to make of this....

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Review: Watch Dogs Legion

A lot has been said about the new Watch Dogs game. After two very enjoyable, if not slightly samey Watch Dogs titles, Legion repeats the history of the first game by releasing...

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Review: Doodle God Evolution

When I first saw Doodle God Evolution, my initial thought was that this was going to become a friendly game of building up the world bit by bit, discovering new things and...

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Review: Immortals Fenyx Rising

Immortals Fenyx Rising could be described cruelly as ‘Assassin’s Creed for kids’. This would be unfair - as whilst it borrows an awful lot from Assassin’s Creed, it is a thoroughly enjoyable...

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Hardware Review: HyperX QuadCast S Microphone

As online gaming gets more and more serious, so too does the need for good quality hardware in your gaming setup. What good is your beautiful sparkling PS5, or your new £800...

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Review: Assassin’s Creed Valhalla

In Assassin’s Creed Valhalla, you play as Eivor in a sprawling, open-world. If you’ve played one of the previous entries in the recent era of Assassin’s Creed games then you’ll know what...

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Review: Overcooked! All You Can Eat

If you haven't heard of Overcooked by now, then that's quite an achievement. The incredibly popular Chef-Em-Up (it'll catch on) has spanned two games and numerous DLCs, and if you've got at...

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Review: Ponpu

Ponpu is certainly very intriguing. The visual style immediately catches your eye, a white and sepia top-down style, although the story will make your head scratch.

There are...

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Board Game Review: Fallout Shelter

It doesn't take much to get me excited about a game related to the Fallout franchise. I've played through several Fallout games both on the PC and PlayStation platforms, and have built...

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Review: Poker Club

Poker Club is the latest poker game to try and hook players with his age-old gameplay. The key differentiator here is that games are played in first-person perspective as you...

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