Reviews

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Anthem – Review

I’m very hit and miss with grindy game play. Where as I was right into the ‘Diablo 3’ and ‘The Division’, even needing eye drops after a 14 hr session once, I totally missed ‘The Destiny’ train. I’d also like to point out I’m very hit and miss with Bioware

9

Jump Force – Review

I remember back in my early days getting out of bed early before school an dragging myself in front of TV to watch the latest episode of DragonBall Z, Naruto, One Piece and many others. I’d often think about how cool it would be like if they shared the same

5

Crackdown 3 – Review

Crackdown 3 has been 9 years in the making and finally after much delay (it was originally due 2016) is finally here. I was absorbed in the first one because it’s concept of mass destruction as a super human was so unique and different and while I didn’t play the

8

Yiik: A Postmodern RPG – Review

This is a very different RPG, when compared to others in the genre, this isn’t set in a fantasy world, nor in a post apocalyptic world, this my friends is in the modern world, hence the title of the game. Yiik: A Postmodern RPG is a single player game playable

8

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown – Review

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown is a combat flight action video game developed and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment and the 7th entry in the long-running Ace Combat series. Well, we’ve ended one year and started another so what does that mean; new games, hardware, news and review’s. Speaking of

9

Nacon Daija Arcade Stick – Review

I don’t know about you, but I feel some games play better on an arcade system. The likes of Tekken, Mortal Kombat and platformers like MegaMan all seem to play better when you’re handling a simple stick and a number of buttons as opposed to a controller. The games feel

6

The Last Remnant Remastered – Review

The Last Remnant Remastered was originally released on both Windows and Xbox 360 in 2008, this time around the remaster is exclusive to the Playstation 4. Square Enix developed and published both the original as well as the remastered version. I always question if I believe a remaster is needed,

8

Project Warlock – Review

An unrepentant retro FPS adventure with mild RPG elements, this is a real work of love in the vein of Wolfenstein 3D, Doom, and even Cybermage. Play a mysterious gun-toting warlock as you travel from place to place, destroying evil and finding weapons. Shoot things, cast spells, and cause mayhem.

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Blue Rider – Review

The game has you playing around as a blue spaceship riding and guiding yourself through levels that are littered with enemies of the robotic kind. There are a significant number of different enemy types throughout the game all with their own little quirks and powers. Upon spending some quality time

9

Katamari Damacy Reroll – Review

Katamari Damacy is in no way a new game. Hitting the shelves back in 2004, this cute, third person, puzzle game quickly grew in popularity and established a cult following straight out the gate. Now, while this statement seems quite contradictory, this game is a bit of a modern classic

6

2084 Review – Early Access

2084 is a first person shooter with great graphics. At the time of writing this review 2084 is in Early Access so there might be more features and content implemented at a later date. Launched into Early Access last week, 2084 is a fast-paced first-person shooter with hacking elements. Basically,

8

Big Bash Boom Review

Big Ant Studios are an Australian crew who have published and developed games such as Ashes Cricket, AO Tennis and they’ve even made a mobile game for BBL, and ever since their mobile BBL game I’ve craved a console version. So what’s Big Bash Boom? It’s the coolest damn cricket

7

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Review

Not many people know this guys, but I secretly love racing games. They are definitely my guilty pleasure, especially arcade-yish ones. They calm me, since so many games are all about action, flashing lights and all the bells and whistles now a days. So, I was more than happy to

10

GRIS Review

“Gris is a hopeful young girl lost in her own world, dealing with a painful experience in her life. Her journey through sorrow is manifested in her dress, which grants new abilities to better navigate her faded reality. As the story unfolds, Gris will grow emotionally and see her world

9

Farming Simulator 19 Review

For 10 years now Giants Software have been stirring up the dust in the world of simulation games by creating the weird and yet somehow wonderful Farming Simulator. In 2008 they produced the first of their many Farming Simulators and 10 years later Giants Software have supplied their fans with

8

Ride 3 Review

Milestone S.r.l. have published and developed many racing games with a mix of both cars and bikes though their recent titles have mostly being bikes. RIDE 3 is the latest and it’s packed full of nothing else but bikes. RIDE 3 isn’t low on bikes and the many brands that

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TSIOQUE Review

TSIOQUE is a brand new dark but playful point & click adventure that features beautiful artwork and animations, nice story, and a playing style that differs from the standard casual point & click format. While it may still be considered casual to many, it has a lot of timed components

8

SNK 40th Anniversary Collection Review

SNK are a video game software/hardware company based in Japan and the company has some history to it. SNK were also the creator of the Neo Geo console family. A fair amount of time has since passed and those classic SNK games have being released onto the Nintendo Switch with

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Screencheat Unplugged Review

Here’s yet another game that ain’t no spring chicken, Screencheat has existed for 4 years, first on PC than Xbox One and PS4 before finally making its way on the Nintendo Switch. The catch phrase for the game is “Split screen shooter where everyone’s invisible” sounds crazy right? But who

9

HyperX Cloud Earbuds Review

As a society we are always on the go. We want everything in our lives small, efficient and portable. One of the things I do the most on the go is listening. Listening to the world around, voices, video game content and to my music. Having sound directed straight to

7

Darksiders III – Review

I can’t believe how much of a mess Darksiders III is…… I have played previous titles on Xbox 360 which were fairly good games and I have played Darksiders 2 Deathinitive Edition which is published by Gunfire Games and developed by THQ Nordic, but this time around someone has dropped

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Crashlands – Review

It seems that finally the Nintendo Switch is gaining more games to its ever growing library of games as each week goes by, the latest is an older Steam/mobile game titled Crashlands. So what’s the story of Crashlands? It’s a galactic adventure and you play as Flux Dabes, he’s the

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Fallout 76 – Review

I like to think I have my post-apocalyptic life planned out; the kind of location that I feel would be best suited; what survival items I would look for; how I would go about getting them. I think I’m good. Fallout 76 by Bethesda has come along and shown me

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Squishies – Review

When you think virtual reality you want to feel as though your literally inside another world no matter which way you look, Squishies does just that and is one of the coolest PSVR implemented games I’ve played. This is a PSVR required game, so you’ll need the headset, the camera,

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Warframe – Review

“They were called Tenno. Warriors of blade and gun: masters of the Warframe armor. Those that survived the old war were left drifting among the ruins. Now they are needed once more.” – Lotus Warframe does an excellent job of making the player feel cool as you bullet-jump through the

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