The Evercade is a retrogaming console with a difference. Unlike the multitude of other machines in an overcrowded market, the Evercade make use of physical cartridges. Each of which is packed full of fully licenced games. This helps to set … Continue reading Evercade: One month on.
Watch Dogs: Legion is not as good as the game that came before it. I would even go as far as to say that it isn’t good as the original entry. But that doesn’t mean it’s necessarily a bad game. Continue reading Watch Dogs: Legion. An honest opinion.
I’ve seen many a video of late comparing this month’s PlayStation Plus offering Rocket Arena to the likes of Fortnite and Overwatch. While the graphical style of the game does indeed bear some resemblance to Epic Games’ behemoth and Blizzard’s multiplayer giant, and like both those titles it relies on an active multiplayer community to function, that is where the favourable comparisons end. Continue reading Thoughts on Rocket Arena
For me to take on a Japanese RPG like Persona 4 Golden is taking me right out of my gaming comfort zone. But since owning a PS Vita it’s been one of the titles that has been mentioned time and time again by various websites and YouTube channels as being one of the best gaming experiences on the platform. Continue reading Persona 4 Golden: The JPRG that took over my life
Clearly the team behind this mediocre title spent more time making sure the boob physics were accurate than they did ensuring the game play was engaging. Continue reading Review: Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed
The Far Cry series of games have never really troubled me until now. Having a Wii U as my main system for a few years kind of limited me when it came to any Ubisoft releases aside from a couple of dodgy Assassin’s Creed ports and a yearly dose of Just Dance. I was also possibly the only person in the UK to ever buy and actually play Watch Dogs through to completion on Wii U as well. Continue reading Thoughts on Far Cry 4
It’s hard to believe that Child Of Light is a Ubisoft game. Not that being a Ubisoft game is necessarily a bad thing but it has to be said that arguably most of their games tend to follow the same cookie-cutter style approach to game design. Continue reading Review: Child Of Light
PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4 How many of you reading this article remember the Fighting Fantasy adventure books from back in the day? Those of you that do will more than likely appreciate the similarity between that particular series and Heavy Rain … Continue reading Review: Heavy Rain
Cursed Castilla EX takes the retro-inspired theme of Shovel Knight and dials it back a few more notches to a more innocent time when the coin-op was king. Continue reading Review: Cursed Castilla EX
Games such as Rainbow Moon really work well on the Vita. The dungeon crawling gameplay and exploration are ideally suited to those that either have a few minutes or a few hours to kill as it’s the type of game that you can just pick up and play as and when without too much dedication. Continue reading Review: Rainbow Moon