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The Park Review | Psycho Thriller

27th October 2015 |

It’s a fact I’ve stated time and time again, but Funcom’s MMORPG The Secret World has some of the best world building of any game I’ve played. Each of the zones is filled with lore that details of the Lovecraft-inspired … Read More

Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate Review | Ubisoft’s redemption?

22nd October 2015 |

Much like with the series itself, to understand the present we must first look to the past. In this case, we need to briefly revisit the mess that was Assassin’s Creed: Unity. There were many flaws with that game, undoing … Read More

Destiny: The Taken King Review | Bungie’s royal pardon

2nd October 2015 |

As much as I liked Destiny, even I agreed with many others over its issues during the first year of its life. A lack of open-world live events, the ridiculous way the Light levelling system worked, and a poorly implemented … Read More

Colebrook Bosson Saunders Flo Monitor Arm Mount Review

16th September 2015 |

When I think about improving the Quality of Life for my PC experience, the usual areas of input, audio and visual come to mind. The thing is, the more I think about it, the more that list has expanded in … Read More

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review

11th September 2015 |

Despite the fact Ground Zeroes gave us a vertical slice of what would be on offer, I wasn’t really prepared for what The Phantom Pain ended up delivering. The scale of the game – be it the size of its … Read More

Sword Art Online Re: Hollow Fragment Review | A switch too far

13th August 2015 |

As someone who binged their way through Season 1 of the anime on Netflix recently, I’ve been craving more Sword Art Online. The tale of Kirito, fighting for survival in the online worlds whilst trying to save those closest to … Read More

3D Streets of Rage II Review | Perfect handheld nostalgia

3rd August 2015 |

In my younger years my brawler of choice was Double Dragon II, but that was mainly because I didn’t get a Mega Drive until much later on. That’s not to say I didn’t sample the delights of Streets of Rage, … Read More

Dirty Bomb Review

11th June 2015 |

I really enjoyed Enemy Territory back in the day. It blended the excellent teamwork gameplay of its predecessor, Return To Castle Wolfenstein, with match-specific XP progression similar to that found in modern MOBAs. Hell, I’ll even state on record that … Read More

NOT A HERO Review

19th May 2015 |

In a way, I wish all election campaigns were this interesting, but I suppose the murder is somewhat of a downside. Kinda.

The plot of NOT A HERO is as ridiculous as they come. You take control of a group … Read More

Grand Theft Auto V PC Review

24th April 2015 | | One Comment

It’s a good job I hadn’t finalised my review until now. Had I drawn a line under my experience last week my opinions would have been very, very different. You see, it has only been in the last 72 hours … Read More