• Review: Alienation 23rd May 2016

    Alienation is a fantastic combination of what made me love Diablo 3, Helldivers, and Dead Nation, rolled into a single package full of some of the best looking explosions ever.Read More

  • Review: Doom 23rd May 2016

    Doom is a return to form for id software after the lackluster Doom 3 and one that brings to the table an amazing campaign that is worthy of the Doom name.Read More

  • Review: Dark Souls 3 10th May 2016

    A fantastically designed game that will impress newcomers to the series, but for series veterans, the constant feeling of deja vu might leave a bitter aftertaste.Read More

  • Review: Hitman Episode 2: Sapienza 5th May 2016

    Sapienza presents what Episode 1 should have been, with its big sandbox and variety of ways to achieve objectives with great core gameplay.Read More

  • Review: EA Sports UFC 2 28th April 2016

    UFC 2 is recommended for fans or newcomers looking to dip their feet. There’s a lot of fun just playing one-off matches at the end of a long work day, and couch multiplayer is an absolute riot.Read More

  • Review: Quantum Break 21st April 2016

    Quantum Break is a fantastic game with killer gameplay and an interesting story featuring great characters. The flashy combat is Remedy doing what it does best. It definitely falls into the “must play” category.Read More

  • Review: Hitman Episode 1: Intro Pack 23rd March 2016

    The first Hitman episode just shows how far Square Enix is willing to go to shove an online system where it doesn’t belong, and splitting up what could have been a great game into episodes ruins the overall experience despite great core gameplay.Read More

  • Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division 19th March 2016

    The Division does a lot of things right, looks gorgeous and is super addictive. It might be too early to tell if the game has legs to stay relevant in the long run, but it is still recommended wholeheartedly.Read More

  • Review: Far Cry: Primal 7th March 2016

    Far Cry: Primal is a fantastic example of building a unique experience with a world that feels real using some old ideas in innovative waysRead More

  • Review: Life is Strange 4th March 2016

    Life is Strange is one of the best story-driven adventure games of the last few years, and coupled with choices that actually matter, an amazing soundtrack, well written story, and great characters, I’m looking forward to seeing what Dontnod does next.Read More

  • Review: XCOM 2 26th February 2016

    After how good Enemy Unknown was, XCOM 2 could have been the best strategy game ever, but some annoying design decisions and tons of performance issues and bugs after multiple patches hold it back.Read More

  • Review: Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc (PC) 16th February 2016

    Danganronpa’s PC debut deserves your attention because your 20+ hours in Hope’s Peak Academy are full of plot twists, quality characters, great writing, an amazing soundtrack, and more.Read More

  • Review: Street Fighter V 15th February 2016

    Street Fighter V is a great fighting game for a new generation of gamers and for pros alike with its accessible nature, but it is let down by the lack of launch content.Read More

  • Review: Firewatch 8th February 2016

    Firewatch is a great experience and one that pushes the adventure game genre forward with characters that feel real and an atmosphere that makes you unsure of what’s coming next.Read More

  • Review: Just Cause 3 10th December 2015

    Just Cause 3 could have been one of the best games to release in 2015, but it has been let down by an annoying online leaderboard system, performance issues, and poor mission design.Read More

  • Review: WWE 2K16 21st November 2015

    WWE 2K16 brings back modes that were removed and boasts the largest roster in wrestling game history, but falters in many areas which holds it back from being an amazing game.Read More

  • Review: Anno 2205 19th November 2015

    Judged on its own merits, Anno 2205 is a pretty decent strategy game. It plays well and looks amazing. However, when compared with the rest of the series, it feels like a step back.Read More

  • Review: Stasis 28th September 2015

    Stasis manages to entertain, disturb, challenge and disgust with equal measure. The story stumbles and some puzzles are tedious, but it is one hell of a scary experience and unlike any other recent horror game.Read More

  • Review: Destiny: The Taken King 27th September 2015

    The Taken King breathes new life into the troubled franchise. It adds a ton of new content and brings some much needed changes. In many ways it is what Destiny should have been in the first place, it’s just a bit unfortunate that it took a year to get there.Read More

  • Review: Persona 4: Dancing All Night 23rd September 2015

    Dancing All Night It combines music from one of the best soundtracks in gaming with great rhythm gameplay and manages to look super stylish in the process.Read More

  • Review: Mad Max 14th September 2015

    The best parts of Avalanche's Just Cause games combined with Mad Max’s crazy universe - a game that’s gorgeous to look at and tremendously fun to play.Read More

  • Review: Shadowrun Hong Kong 2nd September 2015

    The worst you can say about it is that it's too similar to the last game in the series. But when the last game in the series was so phenomenally good, it's hard to chalk that up as a negative.Read More

  • Review: Batman: Arkham Knight 15th July 2015

    The gameplay elements have been streamlined to perfection, Gotham City has been realised beautifully, and the narrative is engaging all the way to its conclusion, despite a couple of hiccups.Read More

  • Review: The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt 6th June 2015

    A gorgeous world to explore, an amazingly well-written and well-acted story, and addictive gameplay. The Witcher 3 is truly a landmark game – a gold standard for RPGs and open-world games alike.Read More