Category Archives: Reviews

Escape Dead Island Review

A new addition to the Dead Island franchise has arrived for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC – Escape Dead Island.

The previous entries received mixed reviews, mainly due to the sheer amount of bugs and the generally unfinished feel to them, so how does the latest spin-off fare? A cheap cash-in or a worthy effort? Read on for the full Escape Dead Island Review. Continue reading Escape Dead Island Review

GTA V PS4 Review – A Worthy Second Buy

GTA V released just over a year ago to rave reviews from critics. More importantly, players found the re-imagining of San Andreas the best yet with its wealth of single-player content and a healthy online offering.

A year on

LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham Review

The LEGO games have been around longer than I care to remember with their numbers running into the double digits. They started out quite sincere and fun, exploring the Star Wars universe in a novel way appealed to gamers

Assassin’s Creed: Rogue Review (PS3, Xbox 360)

This year Ubisoft has graced us with not one, but two Assassin’s Creed games, one of which is the subject of this review, the other being Assassin’s Creed: Unity.

It seemed a strange move by Ubisoft to release two

Assassin’s Creed: Unity Review – Death Never Looked So Pretty

Note: Ubisoft declined to send a review copy, so we’re not constrained to review embargo dates as the copy reviewed was bought by the reviewer out of his own pocket. Not cheaply either…

Assassin’s Creed: Unity marks the 8th

Sunset Overdrive Review – A Return to Form or a Majestic Mess?

Sunset Overdrive comes from the minds behind the Ratchet & Clank series, the lovable purple dragon Spyro, the Resistance saga and the poorly received Fuse.

Sunset Overdrive is Insomniac’s first Xbox One exclusive and as such there are big

The Evil Within Review – (PS4, Xbox One, PC)

The Evil Within has been out for over a week now, giving this reviewer more than enough time to delve into the horrors it bears – over 30 to be precise.

Horror games aren’t my favourite genre if I’m