Ziggurat Review: A Sorcerers Dream
Apr23

Ziggurat Review: A Sorcerers Dream

As yet another rogue-like, you might have some inkling on what to expect from Ziggurat. Procedurally generated dungeons coupled with a myriad of variables in the form of weapons, perks and enemies effectively modify your experience as you progress. If this is a format you find appealing, then you’ll find yourself quite at home within Ziggurat’s labyrinth. Of course, that’s isn’t to say the games without...

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Bloodborne Review: Bloodsoaked Masterpiece
Apr12

Bloodborne Review: Bloodsoaked Masterpiece

As the credits began to roll across the screen, Bloodborne presented a sense of satisfaction that very few games are capable of. Like prior games in the Soul’s series, Bloodborne is not a game that’s been inherently designed to be beaten. It’s not a game that adapts to your inability so that it can force you through the segment you’re struggling with, it’s a game that’s designed with inherent...

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Battlefield Hardline Review: Brutality and Mayhem
Apr02

Battlefield Hardline Review: Brutality and Mayhem

Battlefields up again, another year another title, but this time with a twist. Hardline poses to remix the traditional Battlefield experience that fans have come to enjoy into something new with a redirected focus to a home ground, ditching the military thematic for one of cops and criminals. The question then, is whether this new found Battlefield formula is equally, or less capable than its predecessors. If you’re the type of...

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The Order 1886 Review: A Knight to Remember
Feb23

The Order 1886 Review: A Knight to Remember

The Order 1886 enamoured us with its impeccable visual presentation of a steampunk-esque Victorian London at E3 2013, but since then has received mixed critical receptions from the various preview builds and demonstrations on show. Ready at Dawn present the order as a title that seamlessly blends cinematics and gameplay into a game that’s blurs the lines between interaction and spectation to produce entirely new experience. Here...

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Evolve Review: The Shallow End of the Gene Pool
Feb22

Evolve Review: The Shallow End of the Gene Pool

With Evolve, developer Turtlerock studios have promised something special, a reinvention of the traditional, competitive first person shooter into a asynchronous MOBA hybrid as four human hunters battle it out in unforgiving, wild environments against excessively large, ferocious, alien monsters. It wasn’t an especially hard sell, the prospect of intelligent, teamwork orientated gameplay between hunter and monster found...

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Super Stardust Ultra Review: Asteroids Attack
Feb20

Super Stardust Ultra Review: Asteroids Attack

Housemarque have gradually built a reputation for their unique brand of visually spectacular, high quality shoot ’em up arcade games, and Super Stardust could be argued as the title that originally earned them that reputation. First featuring on the Playstation 3, Super Stardust is effectively asteroids taken to the next-level, with hundreds of particles appearing on screen for you to blast away, while you weave your way around...

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