Posts Tagged ‘review’
  • Causality

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 31, 2017 under Featured, Uncategorized, PC Review
    I seriously feel like these last few games have sent my mind around the bend. Trying to figure out time mechanics, cause and effect, temporal rifts… I should be granted a goddamn sonic screwdriver and a T.A.R.D.I.S. At the very least a DeLorean with a flux capacitor! So the last game or two I’ve looked at were simple in nature in terms of visuals, their mechanics wavering between simple and su... more.
  • The Pasture

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 15, 2017 under Featured, Uncategorized, PC Review
    Having just finished playing the beta of The Pasture, I have to say it's........ interesting. The Pasture is on PC via Steam and flows between an art simulator mixed with a failed protagonist drifting between different genres and control styles. The game concept felt very simple yet provides a range of different emotions while playing from hopelessness to a vague understanding of art which I’m ... more.
  • Justice League / Power Rangers # 1

    0 CommentsPosted by on January 13, 2017 under Uncategorized, Pop Culture Corner
    Publisher: DC/BOOM! Studios Writer: Tom Taylor Art: Stephen Byrne Cover: Karl Kerschl Year: 2017 The Justice League are my favourite superhero team, and I loved The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers as a kid. Or more accurately, I liked the concept…it’s a show that hasn’t aged terribly well. However I thought it pretty cool to see these two teams paired up together in this comic. OR IS IT? ... more.
  • Don Bradman Cricket 17 Xbox One Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on December 30, 2016 under Xbox, Featured, Xbox One Reviews
    The Australian summer of cricket is always a big event every year, and for a while the sport has not been portrayed in video games. In 2014 Big Ant Studios attempted to bring back the amazing cricket games from yesteryear and did so with mild success. Don Bradman Cricket 17 is a sequel to the original game created by Big Ant and is their effort to make all round improvements to the original. A ma... more.
  • Final Fantasy XV PlayStation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on December 22, 2016 under Playstation, Featured, PS4 Reviews
    Final Fantasy XV is the most recent and long awaited installment in the franchise started in 1987 by Square Enix. FFXV has been in development since 2006 and eventually released in November of 2016. I have played a few Final Fantasy games but not all, what originally got me into them and to explore some of the back catalogue were the Kingdom Hearts titles , the Disney/Square Enix collaboration tha... more.
  • Tyranny PC Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 22, 2016 under Featured, PC Review
    Tyranny takes place in Terratus in-between the Bronze age and the Iron age. The overlord Kyros is nearing the end of a 400-year campaign to conquer the realm of Terratus and impose her rule. Kyros is never seen and uses the Archon's to impose her edicts on the world which are beings imbued with powers beyond those of the realm using two armies the disciplined Disfavoured and the chaotic Scarlet Ch... more.
  • God Eater 2 Rage Burst PlayStation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 9, 2016 under Playstation, Featured, PS4 Reviews
    God Eater 2 is a video game developed by Shift and published by Bandai Namco Entertainment on November 14, 2013. It is set 3 years after the events of God Eater: Resurrection. It features an all new setting, protagonists, monsters and weapons. The expansion God Eater 2: Rage Burst was released earlier this year on PS4 which is what I reviewed. God Eater 2 is a classic slash and dash style RPG sim... more.
  • Dragon Quest Builders PlayStation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 5, 2016 under Playstation, Featured, PS4 Reviews
    Square Enix has taken a stab at the builder genre and created an enjoyable Dragon Quest game inspired in a Zelda template with a Minecraft twist. The aim of Dragon Quest Builders is to “use the power of creation to rebuild the world” using flowers and broken sticks to defeat your enemies, provide light to the lost and build a safe haven for those around you who have forgotten how to “create... more.
  • Dragon Quest 7 Nintendo 3DS Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on November 2, 2016 under Featured, 3DS Reviews
    For many the Dragon Quest games have been the most enjoyable of the JRPG Genre ever since the NES days when they were first called Dragon Warrior. They got more and more popular as the series grew, especially with Akira Toriyama doing the designs of the characters and creatures alongside the rest of Square Enix. The music and graphic design is great like always and the character interaction is als... more.
  • Battlefield 1 Xbox One Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 22, 2016 under Xbox, Featured, Xbox One Reviews
    Am I the only one getting sick of modern day and futuristic shooters? It would appear not because the team at DICE have decided it’s time to travel back to World War One with their latest edition of Battlefield, Battle 1. Most of us played the beta, most of us also highly enjoyed the beta so after months of waiting does Battlefield 1 hold its own in a world dominated by first person shooters gon... more.
  • NBA 2K17 Xbox One Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 19, 2016 under Xbox, Featured, Xbox One Reviews
    Tighten those kicks, check the air in the balls, it’s time to step onto the court with this year’s edition of NBA2k! It’s no secret that I’m a massive fan of the NBA as well as this year’s special edition cover athlete Kobe Bean Bryant, so as the first game in the 2K series not to feature The Mamba as an active player just how does it stack up against not just previous titles in the seri... more.
  • Gears Of War 4 Xbox One Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 12, 2016 under Xbox, Featured, Xbox One Reviews
    I still remember the end of Gears 3, it felt completed and I put down that controller satisfied with how the trilogy had closed. Sure I knew I’d miss the franchise but it was closed the right way. I’ll ignore Judgment for a moment, wasn’t the worse game campaign wise but let’s just pretend it didn’t happen for now. Come E3 and the announcement of Gears 4 I was excited, a little sceptical... more.
  • Klang PC Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 12, 2016 under Featured, PC Review
    Klang is an odd combination of platformer and rhythm game for PC. Just released by Tinimations a one-person development company out of Hamar, Norway, and published by Snow Cannon games, it’s accompanied by a throbbing, electronic dance music soundtrack courtesy of composer bLiNd (aka Jordan Aguirre). You play an un-named rave warrior, thrust into a neon lit stage in front of a dancing crowd. Fr... more.
  • FIFA 17 PlayStation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on October 8, 2016 under Playstation, Featured, PS4 Reviews
    To start this story, I buy every FIFA game every year and expect something different. This year FIFA has taken a different approach to gameplay yet kept the mechanics most of us have come accustom to in our football simulators. To put it in terms the soccer minded would understand FIFA is more a Pep Guardiola style game where possession is rewarded and most of the time you will spend chasing the b... more.
  • Worms W.M.D – PlayStation 4 Review

    0 CommentsPosted by on September 27, 2016 under Playstation, Featured, PS4 Reviews
    Worms WMD is from the studio Team 17 who is celebrating their 25th anniversary in the gaming industry. It has also been 21 years since the first Worms game came out in 1995. I’ve always been a fan of the Worms series since the original and was excited to see another come out and that the game is still going strong. There have been a few upgrades throughout the years with gameplay and graphics, b... more.
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