Black Desert PS4 Review

Black Desert is an experience. It’s both massive in its scale and outrageous in presentation. Pearl Abyss has carefully handcrafted and skillfully mastered that art. It’s a unique and enjoyable experience as an MMO without you ever thinking it’s an…

How Code Vein separates itself to Dark Souls

Dark Souls is easily one of the most well-known titles for its difficulty curve and challenging boss fights that is borderline frustrating and somewhat chemically rage-inducing. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that there are quite a few developers…

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Beta First Impressions

Personally, I feel that it has been a long time since I have enjoyed a Call of Duty game. My time playing the original Modern Warfare series was the pinacol for me when it came to gameplay and pure fun.…

The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors Review

The Ninja Warriors was released way back in 1987 as an arcade cabinet game by Taito. This arcade game made its way to the Super Famicom as The Ninja Warriors Again in 1994 and now we have the third version…

Monster Hunter World: Iceborne (PS4) Review

Coming up with a unique introduction to a game review is probably one of the hardest things to do other than actually sitting down and writing it in the first place but Monster Hunter World Iceborne needs no such introduction.…

Ghost Recon Breakpoint is a showcase of Ubisoft’s best mechanics

“Taking on a mission in Breakpoint quickly demonstrates the game’s amalgamation of Ubisoft’s best bits, whilst keeping the experience quintessentially Ghost Recon.” If there is one thing that the latest Ghost Recon Breakpoint beta revealed, it was that Ubisoft knows…

Spyro Reignited Trilogy Review

 “The perfect video game for entry-level gamers… some kind of magic.” From 1998 to 2000, Spyro the Dragon reigned supreme on the PlayStation. Indeed, Spyro the Dragon and its immediate follow-ups were an indomitable staple of my gaming youth. Therefore,…

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden Review

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden first hit my view back in February of 2018 with a fancy Cinematic trailer. While this trailer was wholly overselling the product, even seemingly showing itself as more of a Survival game, the final…

Oninaki Review

Oninaki touches upon a subject many of us find difficult to talk about, Death. I have seen a number of my family pass away some truly to young. The hardest for me was my daughter, Esmé, who passed away at…

The Dark Pictures Anthology – Man Of Medan Out Friday

Take a final look at Man of Medan before you delve into the first terrifying game within The Dark Pictures Anthology – a series of narrative horror games developed by Supermassive Games and published by BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe. Out…