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Battlefield Hardline – Review

Battlefield Hardline – Review

Okay, okay, okay! I know, we’re a little late with this review. Truth is, we’ve been having so much fun playing Hardline, we’ve not had a chance to write the review. Better late than never, right? It’s fair to say that Hardline has had a pretty rough ride so far. It started by being leaked before it’s intended announcement during E3 2014. After that, there was a contr...[Read More]

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD – Review

Final Fantasy Type-0 HD – Review

Originally released for the PlayStation Portable’s of Japan in 2011, Osaka-based dev HexaDrive take the reigns of this latest HD remake of Square Enix’s Final Fantasy Type-0. In early 2012, the game received an all around positive reception, ranking fairly high on the portable gaming charts of Japan. In some areas it would go on to outsell one of it’s biggest competitors, Capcom&...[Read More]

The Escapists – Review

The Escapists – Review

It’s kinda like that TV show Prison Break, mixed with Pokémon on the Gameboy. Yup, that’s it! Hailing from (the fairly unheard of) Mouldy Toof Studios, comes a brand new take on breaking out of prison, The Escapists. The official description of the game reads; All that stands between you and your freedom is a perfectly executed escape plan. The Escapists provides players the opportunit...[Read More]

White Night – Review

White Night – Review

White Night is a narrative-driven, third-person survival horror game set in the jazz/noir-era in Boston during the late 1930s. Developer, OSome Studio clearly looked to blend third-person action, exploration, mature tension, puzzle-solving and mystery together to create a tone of classic survival horror adventure. The player is tasked with investigating a shadowy mansion in the grim night after a ...[Read More]

Bladestorm: Nightmare – Review

Bladestorm: Nightmare – Review

Only a matter of weeks ago I reviewed Omega Force’s Dynasty Warriors 8: Empires, in which I gave the game a more than generous 4.5 out of 10. I was left less than happy with a game I looked so forward to playing. So, can Omega Force redeem themselves with this remake of their historical real-time action title, Bladestorm: The Hundred Year’s War? Let’s take a look… Tactics-b...[Read More]

LA Cops – Review

LA Cops – Review

From the minds at Modern Dream comes a brand new take on the police force of Los Angeles. Welcome to LA Cops. Modern Dreams focuses it’s sights on all of the stereotypes associated with the LAPD, from 80’s handlebar moustaches to coffee and doughnuts. Choose from the lineup of five dashing boys (and girl) in blue and tackle the crime filled apartments, offices blocks and doughnut store...[Read More]

DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition – Review

DmC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition – Review

He’s back from the dead… or alive… or the dead… or like somewhere in between… ladies and gents, give it up for Dante! Capcom’s big hit DmC Devil May Cry was released back in January 2013. A little over two years later, we’re presented with yet another remaster, complete with DLC, costumes and of course an expected graphical upgrade. The original review wri...[Read More]

Gioteck HC2 and HC4 Headset – Review

Gioteck HC2 and HC4 Headset – Review

HC2 To begin, the HC2 and HC4 both look very similar. The sleek high-gloss black finish and blue trim bare similarities to one another, but although these are both multi-platform headsets (despite being listed as exclusive for PS4 on the Gioteck website) they both suggest a PlayStation favoring. Personally, I’m not a fan of the blue and much prefer the red trim of Gioteck’s HC3 and HC5...[Read More]

OlliOlli – Review

OlliOlli – Review

In this land where Tony Hawks meets Super Time Force, or Skate meets Hotline Miami, or… I struggle to think of others. In this world where skateboarding meets the world of colourful, retro 8-bit gaming, you take the role as generic unnamed skater. Your one aim, score points! Oh and don’t land on your face too much. OlliOlli pits you in a fast moving, easy to understand world where skat...[Read More]

Zombie Army Trilogy – Review

Zombie Army Trilogy – Review

Rebellion Developments, who brought us the surprise hit, Sniper Elite (2005) have come up with a new boxed title, Zombie Army Trilogy. Zombie Army Trilogy brings together ‘Nazi Zombie Army’ remastered for consoles with two additional follow up games to Sniper Elite which appeared as stand alone, spin-off expansion games. This was my first time playing this zombie spin-off of Sniper Eli...[Read More]

ScreamRide – Review

ScreamRide – Review

Frontier Developments have yet again made screams come true! From the team that brought us RollerCoaster Tycoon, Kinectimals and the hugely popular Zoo Tycoon comes a brand new take on the rollercoaster genre. Get ready to scream your lungs out as we give it up for ScreamRide! Released exclusively for Xbox 360 and Xbox One, ScreamRide pits you, the player as an extreme rollercoaster designer, work...[Read More]

Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires – Review

Dynasty Warriors 8 Empires – Review

It’s been at least seven or eight years, if not more since I last played a Dynasty Warriors game. I remember spending days on end playing the DW games with my friends, during the summer holidays. This was a time long before my days of the Xbox 360 began. This was way back on the PlayStation 2! Since then, a lot has changed and I can only begin to tell you how excited I was when it was announ...[Read More]