Koch Media were kind enough to let us test out the latest DIRT 5 Playground Preview. https://youtu.be/wtPNvErjGfQ DIRT 5 will release October 16th 2020 on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5 editions will come out later.
BPM Bullets Per Minute developed and published by Awe Interactive will release on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on the 15th of September 2020. BPM Bullets Per Minute is Guitar Hero meets DOOM, sound strange? It works pretty damn well. BPM is a rouge lite shooter, you'll traverse procedurally generated dungeons and come across … Continue reading BPM Bullets Per Minute Mini-Preview
Super Hot MIND CONTROL DELETE is now available on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 and was developed by SUPERHOT Team. Super Hot MIND CONTROL DELETE thrusts you back into the craziness of the first title but rather than expanding on the story, this time it relies on improving gameplay over everything else and that … Continue reading Super Hot MIND CONTROL DELETE Review
Halo The Master-chief collection has been remastered by 343 industries and published by Xbox and is available on Game Pass, Windows 10 store and Steam. Halo 3 is the latest in the series to have been remastered and released. Two weeks after the events of Halo 2 Master Chief enters the Earths atmosphere and crash-lands … Continue reading Halo 3 PC Review
Story Metro Exodus starts off in the heart of Metro we all know Artyom is trying to make contact with the outside world in hopes of saving the people of the Metro. However, Miller denies that there is anybody stating that Artyom is being foolish and putting himself at risk for nothing. Artyom being Artyom … Continue reading Metro Exodus Early Impressions
Apex Legends came as a surprise to gamers yesterday as EA and Respawn Entertainment announced their Battle Royale game Apex Legends. Apex Legends is now available for free on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC. I had a few hours with Apex Legends and I genuinely believe it's a top contender to go head to … Continue reading Apex Legends First Impressions