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Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons – Review

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons – Review

Having originally launched in 2013 on multiple platforms, to a sea of shining reviews, the relaunch of Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons has been welcomed on the Xbox One and PS4 with a crowd of open arms. As one of the most heartfelt storylines in the history of gaming, Brothers sees two sons travel on a perilous journey across the lands, all in aid of their dying father. Along the way the brothers ov...[Read More]

Toy Soldiers: War Chest – Review

Toy Soldiers: War Chest – Review

Stand to, soldier! It’s Toy Soldiers! Developed by Signal Studios, with the backing of Ubisoft, War Chest is the latest addition to the Toy Soldier franchise. Arriving in two editions; the standard edition and the “Hall of Fame” edition, Toy Soldiers: War Chest marks the third title in the action/strategy based franchise. If you’ve not played a Toy Soldiers title before, tr...[Read More]

The ID@Xbox Games We’re Hyped For

The ID@Xbox Games We’re Hyped For

With ID@Xbox becoming a bigger focal point for Microsoft, we’re highlighting the indie titles that have got us excited. 1. Ashen (from Aurora44) The description from the dev’s website reads; “Ashen is an action RPG about a wanderer in search of a place to call home. There is no sun and the natural light that exists comes from eruptions that cover the land in ash. This is a world ...[Read More]

Zombi – Review

Zombi – Review

Originally launched for the “family-friendly” Nintendo Wii U back in 2012, the mature first-person survival title Zombi was given a mixed reception. Fast forward to 2015 and the graphic horror Ubisoft-made game has landed on the Xbox One. So how does it fair? Truth be told, I wasn’t sure what to expect. I knew of this game from the confusion it caused back in 2012, launching on w...[Read More]

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition – Review

Gears of War: Ultimate Edition – Review

If you’ve never heard of Gears of War, you’ve quite clearly been living under a rock. Whether you’re an Xbox gamer or not, Delta Squad have caused quite the storm within the industry over the last 9 years. As if they’re trying to wet our appetites for the release of Gears of War 4 towards the end of next year, Microsoft and the new developers, The Coalition are gifting us w...[Read More]

Tembo the Badass Elephant – Review

Tembo the Badass Elephant – Review

A comic-book art style; cataclysmic destruction; an elephant and the developers of the Pokémon games… ladies and gentlemen, meet your new favourite side-scroller; Tembo the Badass Elephant! It’s interesting to see Game Freak making something other than the Pokémon titles, which they’ve been doing since the days of Red, Green and Blue in 1996! They’re doing it in style as we...[Read More]

The Fall – Review

The Fall – Review

Apparently, side-scrolling puzzle titles are making a come back and Over The Moon’s latest title, The Fall is another one to add to the collection. So what do we think? Well, the story is certainly original; you crash land on a seemingly desolate, empty planet and are knocked unconscious. This of course, wouldn’t make for such great gameplay, but alas dear gamer, it’s not the spa...[Read More]

Tachyon Project – Review

Tachyon Project – Review

Dual-stick arcade shooters are all the rage at the moment, and Tachyon Project, the latest release from Eclipse Games aims to ride on that lightning. This top-down shooter, pits you as a lone spacecraft defending yourself against a host of nasties all trying to end you. It reminded me somewhat of Asteroids, the famed title from the late 70s. In it’s defence, it’s certainly a lot more c...[Read More]

Batman: Arkham Knight – Review

Batman: Arkham Knight – Review

I want to start this review with a disclaimer. I do not follow Batman. I did not play the previous games. I don’t read the comics and I’ve only seen a couple of the films. But, did I enjoy the fuck out of this game? HELL YES! I was afraid that jumping into the Batman: Arkham series towards the end it’s cycle would have a severe affect on how well I became captured within the stor...[Read More]

Lego Jurassic World – Review

Lego Jurassic World – Review

Return to Isla Nublar in the latest addition to the Lego series. Welcome, to Jurassic World! Sticking true to the Lego video game traditions, Lego Jurassic World puts a plasticky-bricky twist on our favourite dinosaur infested islands featured in the Michael Crichton-inspired films. Of course, like all the Lego games, they come complete with their own charm, humour and innocence. Lego Jurassic Wor...[Read More]

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition – Review

Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition – Review

Revamping the graphics to a tasty 1080p, with a sprinkling of 60fps on the side, Capcom have brought Devil May Cry 4 back to our screens for another go round… It has to be said that of the series, DMC4 was sadly not one of my favourites. Riddled with a plethora of annoying and repetitive puzzles and senseless amounts of backtracking, playthroughs would often feel laboured and not particularl...[Read More]