Well... It seems we're back for a second time in The Forest, this time with added dread! When I read the brochure I was promised a luxury holiday!? Well with Sons of the Forest, it's definitely a great get-away, just not so relaxing! Endnight games are back with the much anticipated (and Steam Store crashing) … Continue reading Sons of the Forest Early Access Review – Oh Kelvin
Sonic Frontiers Review – Welcome Back Childhood!
Sonic Frontiers releases November 8th on PlayStation 4, 5, Xbox One, Series S/X, Nintendo Switch and PC. It's been a while since I've done a review but Sonic Frontiers called for it! Sonic is back in Sonic Frontiers, an open-world hybrid title and I'm all here for it. Why you ask? Well, I've been a … Continue reading Sonic Frontiers Review – Welcome Back Childhood!
Death Stranding Directors Cut Review – Apocalypse Parcel Service
Death Stranding Directors Cut developed by Kojima Productions is now available on PlayStation 5. What is Death Stranding? I thought that a lot myself, the genre truly felt unique, one simple way to put it is you deliver packages to a struggling world that is trying to recover after an extinction event. Your task is … Continue reading Death Stranding Directors Cut Review – Apocalypse Parcel Service
Let’s Talk About Guild Wars 2 And Its Expansions
Two months into Guild Wars 2 and playing with my partner and a few friends I've seen a lot, from the PVE content, DLC, World V World, PVP and more and it still feels like there is so much more to discover which is great. Guild Wars 2 feels endless and I'm here to see … Continue reading Let’s Talk About Guild Wars 2 And Its Expansions
Watch Dogs Legion Review
Watch Dogs Legion developed and published by Ubisoft is now available on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC and will later release on Xbox Series X/S and PlayStation 5. Welcome to London, not the London you know though, in a heavily monitored futuristic post-Brexit, you'll experience all sorts of chaos. Players will investigate a corrupt … Continue reading Watch Dogs Legion Review
The Walking Dead Onslaught Review CORRRAAALLL
The Walking Dead Onslaught was developed by Survios and is available on PC VR and PS VR. The Walking Dead Onslaught takes place in the TV series Universe with fan favourite characters such as Rick, Darell, Carol and Michone. Other TV characters make an appearance as well but are not playable. The story is set … Continue reading The Walking Dead Onslaught Review CORRRAAALLL
Going Under Review Corporate Life
Going Under developed by Aggro Crab and published by Team 17 is available now on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. Going Under is a rogue-lite satirical dungeon crawler that takes place in a greedy corporate future where the company that Jackie the woman that you take control of works for. This greedy … Continue reading Going Under Review Corporate Life
Crysis Remastered Review – Will It Run Crysis?
Crysis Remastered is available now on Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Crysis starts by quite literally throwing you onto a North Korean island in which you are sent for a seemingly simple rescue mission. Unfortunately, not all is quite what it seems. You and your team are equipped with nano suits that … Continue reading Crysis Remastered Review – Will It Run Crysis?
Tony Hawks Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remake Review – I Am Not The Superman
Tony Hawks 1 + 2 Remake developed by Vicarious Visions and Beenox is available now on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC. I remember when I was young, my first skateboarding game was Tony Hawks 2, I loved trying to get huge combos though most of the fun had was creating skate parks for me. … Continue reading Tony Hawks Pro Skater 1 + 2 Remake Review – I Am Not The Superman
Windbound Review – The Infinite Loop
Windbound developed by 5 Lives Studio and published by Deep Silver is available now on PC, PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Google Stadia and Xbox One. Players take on the role of Kara, a warrior who was lost at sea due to a fierce storm. With no food, water or shelter Kara must do whatever she … Continue reading Windbound Review – The Infinite Loop