Infamous Second Son Review
Mar29

Infamous Second Son Review

Among Sony’s highly regarded portfolio of intellectual property lies a slightly under appreciated comic book inspired game, Infamous. Despite previous entries in the series Infamous has never earned the critical acclaim it perhaps deserves. Always facing competition from arguably less compelling but more power-infused titles such as Crackdown and Prototype whom offer underdeveloped story concepts, alongside undeniably enjoyable...

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Strider Review
Feb25

Strider Review

Strider Hiryu is perhaps one of the more iconic names in Capcom’s repertoire of intellectual property, however for many he’s a character perhaps better recognized from the Marvel vs Capcom series of fighting games, rather than his own original series. In fact Strider didn’t even get his current, iconic appearance until Strider 2, which has since seen very little development with his sole three dimentional iteration...

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Ratchet and Clank: Nexus Review
Nov20

Ratchet and Clank: Nexus Review

Ratchet jumps back into the fray with Insomniac’s 6th instalment on the Playstation 3. Nexus fits in right after a Crack in Time, following Ratchet as he attempts to imprison a notorious criminal; Vendra Prog in the Vartax detention centre. Things quickly go awry and Ratchet finds himself stranded in an abandoned sector on the edge of the galaxy. Similar to previous instalments like Quest for Booty, into the Nexus is a bitsize...

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Call of Duty Ghosts Review
Nov14

Call of Duty Ghosts Review

The Call of Duty series is one which has been met with significant controversy regarding the similarity of each successive iteration. As such it comes as no particular surprise that Ghosts’ is a very similar beast to its predecessors.  As you’d expect from a solid sequel, Ghosts retains the staples that the series is founded on, as you’d expect from a solid sequel. However as we pass into a new generation with games...

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GTA V Review
Nov03

GTA V Review

Los Santos, a sprawling city of crime, from the impoverished graffiti ridden suburbs of Davis, to the glamorous high-life featured in the Vinewood Hills. GTAV offers the most expansive, detailed city to date and it’s but one portion of the map. Head north past the hopefully familiar Vinewood sign and you’re presented with miles upon miles of highways, rolling hills and barren deserts. GTAV provides the perfect playground...

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Ni No Kuni Review
Nov02

Ni No Kuni Review

Recent outcry in the gaming world would have us believe that the JRPG genre is dead; that it’s inability to innovate and stray from established formula has led to the loss of a western fanbase. But is originality really what’s missing from the formula? With the success of Ni no Kuni, Level 5 and Studio Ghibli’s collaborative project, we may have to think again. Ni no Kuni’s beauty lies in it’s polish. It...

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