We take on Boss Key Productions' inaugural release in LawBreakers which looks set to redefine the arena shooter space!
Arena Shooter Rebirth: From Quake to LawBreakers
We take the console version of Overwatch for a spin. Does it stack against PC?
Hands-On and Interview for Overwatch on Console!
Joaby takes Dark Souls 3 for the ultimate review spin, and spins out the ultimate in-depth review!
Mimic this - Dark Souls 3 Review. You will Die!
Review by KostaAndreadis @ 9th November, 2015
Rise of the Tomb Raider is the sequel you were hoping for. More tombs, bigger areas to explore, and new abilities to discover and master. In terms of what a blockbuster sequel should look like, Rise of the Tomb Raider is a definite candidate for a sequel done right.
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Review by Jickle @ 6th November, 2015
Black Ops III might not be the absolute best Call of Duty experience ever, but it’s certainly the biggest, and probably the most fun...
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Halo 5: Guardians Review (Score: 6.0/10)
XBOXONE
Review by nachosjustice @ 30th October, 2015
Juggling fan expectations for the Halo series must be incredibly tricky for 343 Industries. It’s not just that the newish Halo kids on the block have inherited a hell of a mantle from Bungie, it’s also that we fans expect that a Halo game’s campaign experience will be just as compelling as the multiplayer...
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Guitar Hero Live Review (Score: 6.5/10)
XBOXONE
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 26th October, 2015
uitar Hero Live has just taken itself too seriously, and that concept is at pure odds with what the franchise used to be about. Don’t get me wrong, there is fun here, there’s multiplayer, hero powers and a decent list of songs, but the idea that these might eventually have you forking over more cash should make you trepidatious at least. I dunno, in the end it feels like Guitar Hero Live is a job, and not the party the previous games were...
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Review by nachosjustice @ 22nd October, 2015
There’s a solid 15+ hours of gameplay on just the main quest, and goodness knows how many more dozens of hours completing the side missions out in the open-world. Assassin’s Creed Syndicate gets more right than it gets wrong, but in trying to amend some of the sins of the series, it exacerbates the issues instead of offering a cure...
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Mad Max Review (Score: 7.0/10)
XBOXONE
Review by Steve Farrelly @ 21st September, 2015
Underneath all of this though, there is an enjoyable game. Mad Max fans will either like the ties to the current movie, and the gorgeous wastes Avalanche has created here, or they’ll loathe the treatment of the main character. For what it’s worth I’m part of the latter group, but having pushed on through for the sake of review, I can say that it gets easier to deal with as the game progresses...
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Review by susandenim @ 21st September, 2015
I’m not sure if it's the endorphins of post-raid afterglow talking, but right now I’m inclined to say this is Bungie's best end-game content yet. Any Guardian that was put off by the uninspired, massively cheese-able Crota's End, or the non-raid solution that was Prison of Elders, should definitely make a beeline for King's Fall...
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Review by Joaby @ 18th September, 2015
At the end of the day I can't recommend Rugby League Live 3 as a purchase. It's simply not as good as it needs to be. It's a huge step up, a commendable step up, but not enough to warrant plonking down 100 dollarydoos right as all the best games are starting to come out...
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Review by Joaby @ 9th September, 2015
I don't know if MGSVTPP is the best game ever, but it's certainly the greatest. It's too large in scope and design to inspire anything other than awe -- even Metal Gear haters can surely appreciate the majesty of the game...
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Until Dawn Review (Score: 8.0/10)
PS4
Review by Grizz @ 28th August, 2015
Beyond that minor annoyance, Supermassive is to be commended for the job they’ve done in the visuals department. Until Dawn runs on the engine that previously made love to your eyeballs in Killzone: Shadowfall, and the lush blizzard effects, pitch-perfect lighting, and expert camera direction create a fantastic atmosphere...
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Review by Joaby @ 17th August, 2015
Walking simulator as a term started as a dismissive joke, and Everybody's Gone to the Rapture is the punchline, a shaggy dog effort determined to mock the idea that games need players...
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Review by Joaby @ 17th July, 2015
If you couldn't get into DOTA 2 or LOL though, Heroes might be the game for you. It has a sneaky depth to it, a crafty addiction about it, where you'll start out just playing a game a day and then suddenly you're browsing the forums on your phone during the intervention your wife is holding because your addiction to Heroes of the Storm has affected her in the following ways...
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Review by Jickle @ 6th July, 2015
Tales from the Borderlands continues to be a solid and engaging experience, even if it’s not one that you need to rush to experience – in fact, considering the lengthy gaps between episodes, it might be best to wait until the season ends before jumping in...
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Review by Steve Farrelly @ 19th June, 2015
Batman: Arkham Knight is the best-looking game across all three platforms (yes, even over The Witcher 3), but more importantly it just delivers in every aspect you could hope for. It’s challenging and engaging, expansive and enticing. Its game-world is wholly realised and gorgeous to look at, but above all else, it tells such an incredible story in so many new and unique ways, it’s impossible to ignore...
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Dirty Bomb Review (Score: 7.0/10)
PC
Review by nachosjustice @ 11th June, 2015
Sure, you can still play your role and grind through the missions that recycle every three hours, but there isn’t the same satisfaction to be found compared to other team games when your side loses not because of your individual effort...
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