Sonic Forces Review (PS4)

Initial Release: 9 November 2017 For a game that’s all about speed the game certainly feels rushed. Sonic Forces feels like a desperate rehash of ideas to make you feel like Sonic’s history still has relevance. Sadly everything feels… forced. Sonic Forces is a 3D and 2D platform hybrid that mixes classic

Megaton Rainfall Review (PSVR)

Initial Release: 17 October 2017 For a game with such a unique selling point, Megaton Rainfall finally offers the experience that so many VR consumers will have been waiting years for. And at such a scale! Developed by Pentadimensional Games, Megaton Rainfall could be Playstation VR’s most intriguing debut. In a

Dishonored: Death of the Outsider Review (PS4)

Initial Release: 15 September 2017 Stare into the void… There’s one hell of an experience there. Dishonored: Death of the Outsider is a new separate gaming expansion brought to you by Arkane Studios and published by Bethesda Softworks. Set inside the Dishonored universe: You are an assassin requested by an

Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite Review (PS4)

Initial Release: September 19 2017 As far as the gameplay itself goes the problem lies in its new simplicity. In a bid to attain a wider and more immediate audience its seems Infinite has cheapened itself. Marvel vs Capcom Infinite is the latest culmination in two of entertainments biggest juggernauts.

Yakuza Kiwami Review (PS4)

Initial Release: August 29 2017 The game still stands the test of time ten years later. And with added graphical, and system enhancements it could be easy to forget what era this game heralds from. Yakuza Kiwami is a game that charms and beguiles with its story and characters, But also punishes

Sonic Mania Review (PS4)

Initial Release: 15 August 2017 Sometimes to move forward you’ve got to look back or …. “Segaaaa”…. Sonic returns in the ultimate fan service sequel you’ve been waiting for since you put your megadrive in the attic. The formative years of the early nineties console wars wasn’t fought by games

Tekken 7 – Review

Release date: June 2nd, 2017 Family feuds run high in the dramatic conclusion to the ever intriguing if slightly absurd Mishima saga. “Fighting is about who’s left standing.” 22 years. 22 years ago a small child was thrown from atop a cliff and left to die. What could go down

Fated: The Silent Oath – Review

Released: 28th March 2017 Set in an icy and barren Nordic fantasy, focusing on the tale of Ulfr and his family, they set foot on an adventure that tests the foundations of their relationships in a linear Virtual Reality adventure with narrative and family values at its core. “Stay with


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