Quake Remastered PS4 Review

For a couple of days before Quakecon, a Quake remaster certification was doing the rounds letting us all know that iD’s seminal shooter was returning to modern machines in an enhanced form. To say that its surprise drop onto stores…

Tales of Arise Review – A Fresh Take of the Classic Tales Formula

“The release of a new Tales of game, in my mind, has always been nothing more than a forgone conclusion.” Is what I literally said in my opening sentence for my Tales of Arise Demo article. And from that demo,…

Aliens Fireteam Elite Review

Aliens: Fireteam Elite, a game that, for better or worse takes the initial slog of a zombie survival game and tries to incorporate the four-decade-old history of the Aliens franchise into a one almost exact replica of World War Z…

Samurai Warriors 5 Review

While I’m not particularly new to the musou genre, the Samurai Warriors series is still relatively new and fresh to me and it could easily test my will and sanity. Fighting against hundreds and thousands of enemies in quick succession,…

Watch Dogs Legion Bloodline DLC Review

Unlike previous titles in the series, Watch Dogs: Legion is one that never had a central protagonist, to begin with. Here, you’re kind of thrown into a game that skips the entire world-building process that was centred with maybe a…

RUST Console Edition Review – It’s TRUST without the T

RUST is a game that in most cases would’ve tickled my bones for excitement. The former PC exclusive survival crafting game that has finally reached the hands of console players around the world brought upon a new meaning to the…

Dungeons & Dragons Dark Alliance Review

I have never tried a table-top RPG in my life. This is something that had only come to me as a child through watching cartoons like Dexter’s Laboratory which had an episode about the genre where they were walking… and…

Necromunda Hired Gun Review

At the beginning of last year, I was heavy getting into Warhammer 40k thanks to COVID and the lockdown situation. I was able to find a new hobby to keep me busy and also explore more of the universe than…

SCARLET NEXUS Review – Brainpunked but not Cyberpunked

SCARLET NEXUS is probably something you’ll only get out of the collaboration between the Persona and Gravity Rush series. They’re both great games in their own right and no one in their right mind would say otherwise. There’s the mystery-filled…

EPOS B20 Streaming Microphone Review

What an opportunity this is, to review a brand new product just released from EPOS. Introducing the all-new B20 Streaming Microphone for Gamers with an RRP of £179/$199, the question on my mind and yours is simple, is it any…