Posts tagged "review"

  • Review: Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster 8th April 2014

    With over 200 hours of content, Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster should be an instabuy for any FF fan or fan of the RPG genre.Read More

  • Review: Don Bradman Cricket 14 4th April 2014

    Don Bradman Cricket 14 isn’t here just to fill a void, but with all its fresh ideas, it’s here to define the genre. Forget what you loved before; this is how cricket games should be.Read More

  • Review: Infamous: Second Son 24th March 2014

    There isn’t an open-world game out there that plays as well or looks as good as Infamous: Second Son, but it's held back by rigidity and lack of imagination in missions and progression.Read More

  • Review: Titanfall 19th March 2014

    It’s a one-trick pony that does a hell of a trick, but it's a trick that isn’t going to keep you entertained for long.Read More

  • Review: Metal Gear Solid 5: Ground Zeroes 18th March 2014

    To everyone but the hardcore Metal Gear fans, this is a wanton cash grab. This should have been a demo or, at the very least, an add-in with another game.Read More

  • Review: Need for Speed: Rivals 5th December 2013

    Rivals is one of the better Need for Speed games to come around in recent years, but that really isn’t saying much, with the series being reduced to a speck in the rear-view mirrors of the likes of Grid and ForzaRead More

  • Review: WWE 2K14 2nd December 2013

    If you consider yourself a fan or have been a fan before, this game is just so worth it and feels like a thank you to the hardcore fans.Read More

  • Review: Assassin’s Creed 4: Black Flag 23rd November 2013

    A polished and well put together game, and while it might not set the world on fire, there is something to be said for consistency.Read More

  • Review: Call of Duty: Ghosts 12th November 2013

    With the generational transition just a couple of weeks away, you’d have thought that Infinity Ward and Activision would have brought their A game. Instead, we’re back treading familiar waters.Read More

  • Battlefield 4: The first week 6th November 2013

    We will be reviewing the game as and when all the issues are ironed out, as it wouldn’t feel right to review this game in its current form.Read More

  • Review: FIFA 14 30th September 2013

    More of the same, and while FIFA fans will lap it up, it doesn't do enough to entice those who are on the fence.Read More

  • Review: Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 19th September 2013

    PES 2014 plays remarkably well, but it feels a bit thin in the way of game modes, particularly when compared to the competiion.Read More

  • Review: Puppeteer 10th September 2013

    Considering that other first-party publishers are phoning it in and playing it safe, it's nice to see a charming platformer with a more than ample amount of ingenuity to boot. Read More

  • Review: Rayman Legends 6th September 2013

    It might not be the most tech-packed game nor does it boast a slew of features, but it has heart and an attitude, with gameplay chops that will keep you coming back.Read More

  • Review: Halo 4 Champions Bundle 30th August 2013

    The cynic in me sees this as a cheap cash grab, playing on people's nostalgia by remaking one of the better maps of the series.Read More

  • Review: Grid 2 30th May 2013

    Having waited five years, this isn’t quite what most Grid fans would have had in mind, but like last year’s brilliant Forza Horizon, it’s still the sort of game this genre needs.Read More

  • Review: Bioshock Infinite 3rd April 2013

    The truly spectacular story all the way to its astonishing conclusion, coupled with frantic and highly enjoyable gunplay raises Bioshock Infinite high above its predecessors. It tells an ambitious story, one that finds its core in great ideas and succeeds so well at it that it could leave you reeling. Read More

  • Review: Razer Deathstalker Ultimate gaming keyboard 30th March 2013

    With a largely redundant touchscreen interface and chiclet-style keys that aren't conducive to gaming at all, the Deathstalker Ultimate's performance pales in comparison to that of its significantly cheaper competititors.Read More

  • Review: Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time 29th March 2013

    Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time is a classic case of ‘if it’s not broken, don’t fix it’. It’s a heart-warming gift to fans of the series and also worth a try for first-timers.Read More

  • Review: Army of Two: The Devil’s Cartel 26th March 2013

    It doesn’t do a lot (thanks to features being removed wholesale) and what it does do isn’t remarkable in any way, but it’s been a while since I’ve seen a game do average quite as well as this.Read More

  • Review: Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm 22nd March 2013

    While the story won’t win many hearts, the varied missions and loads of customisation options will surely have you swarming back for more.Read More

  • Review: SimCity 21st March 2013

    The opening few hours are fantastic, but the excitement and enthusiasm fizzles out long before you have a chance to think about a serious commitment.Read More

  • Review: God of War: Ascension 14th March 2013

    Maybe it’s time for Kratos to hang up the blades. His story has been told, and going back to fill in the gaps now doesn’t do his legacy or that of this great series any favours.Read More

  • Review: Cognition – The Wise Monkey (Episode 2) 9th March 2013

    If you're already invested in Cognition's plot, this is a no-brainer, but if you’ve been on the fence, there isn’t much here to sway you in the game’s direction.Read More