Christmas is coming thick and fast. The weirdos in society will be able to tell you how many sleeps away it is. Other oddballs have their decorations up already. Some people will soon start wearing the ugliest shirts and jumpers to school. In the gaming world, we just look forward to a wee chance to […]
Cyanide studio delves headfirst into H.P Lovecraft’s famous cosmic horror fiction. The creepy atmosphere is brought to life on screen in this investigative, story-driven RPG. Focus Home interactive has doubled down to give this title a real polish and make sure Lovecraft’s unique vision is properly realized on screen. Release Date: October 2018 Price: $59.99/£47.99 […]
The brilliant minds behind the immensely popular and well-crafted Yakuza series have decided to take on one of the Japanese most iconic and respected properties in the form of martial arts Manga Fist of The NorthStar. Let’s find out if the team can recreate the magic, they have with Yakuza with Fist of The NorthStar […]
Announced on Twitter, this December may see PUBG move from being an Xbox console exclusive as it releases on PS4. This announcement, although not official yet, comes as no surprise as there has been various leaks across the Internet recently pointing to a PS4 release. Despite the lack of official confirmation, talk of the move […]
Grab your arm and get your shield, because the Hero of Gallowmere is here once again!
Get your whip and your sword, because Dracula is alive once again! Time to see in this Castlevania Requiem review if it’s worth slaying the Prince of Darkness.
From the dramatic introduction of our “living weapon” breaking out of chains (a possible GoW parallel) to having to retrieve any ‘bits’ upon dying (Bloodborne/Dark Souls), this third-person shooter will appear as a combination of everything we know and love. The thing is… these games are arguably the best of the best, so Toadman Interactive […]
Haunted Dungeons is an impressive 3D Real-time first-person dungeon crawler that keeps you on your toes. Think of games where you navigate maze-like floors in a step by step method. Persona and Etrian Odyssey are just a few examples games with a similar navigation style. However, the game does put a few fresh twists into […]
Recently, the discontinuation of the last line of PS Vita production in Japan was announced. But let’s be honest… It doesn’t come as a surprise at all. Let’s face it, PS Vita has been dead for years now as many consider, this is just an official confirmation arriving late to the party. Sony also announced […]
I had the opportunity to review the new game from Dovetail Games, ‘Fishing Sim World’. When I was telling people about my review, I was getting funny looks “a fishing game… Really?” Well, if you are in this camp, read on and see if Dovetail can change your mind! Developer / Publisher: Dovetail Games Genre: […]
Catastronauts is a frantic, couch co-op party game from Inertia Game studios; a small indie developer based in Ely, Cambridgeshire. Working alone or with friends, the game tasks 1-4 players to take the role of a ‘Catastronaut’ as they Captain a ship and try to stave off unrelenting disaster. Think ‘Star Trek’ mixed with ‘Overcooked’ […]
Overview Scribblenauts has always been a franchise I’ve loved. The original on the DS did something completely different, it was a genuinely unique experience as well as an excellent puzzle game. In 2018 the franchise has amassed numerous entries, each varying in content and quality. The Scribblenauts Mega Pack is the hands down best way […]
I absolutely adored playing Earth Defense Force on the PS Vita. This is a game series that does something very rare in the video game industry: prioritises fun. It goes over the top. It revels in chaos. It has a billion objects on screen at any one time flying in every direction and still gives […]
During Sony’s PlayStation Lineup Tour on September 10th, SEGA’s Ryu Ga Gotoku Studios revealed their new IP, Judge Eyes, or “Project Judge” for the West. The demo was available the same day for Japanese PSN account holders. While the demo was roughly only around 30 minutes long and you’re unable to explore anything outside of […]
After a 16 year wait, the Godfather of arcade rally games is back; V-Rally returns with its 4th entry ready to take on the racing heavyweights once again. Ever since I set eyes on the launch trailer I have been waiting to get my hands on this, brace yourselves… this is the review; read on […]