Game Review: Lego Marvel’s Avengers

Unlike the previous Lego Marvel outing, Marvel’s Avengers ties-in with the popular Marvel movies and comes booted, and suited with 8 open-world hubs! But will this be enough to warrant a purchase from even the most loyal of ...


Game Review: Klaus

Klaus is a relatively simply looking platformer, which surprises the player on each and every turn. It turns simple obstacles into elaborate puzzles, for both, your reflexes and mind.


Game Review: Lego Dimensions – Wave 3

Finally we have Ghostbusters in the Lego videogame universe, but their not coming alone in Wave 3 of Lego Dimensions. Find out what's included and how it all stacks up in our review!


Game Review: Just Cause 3

I've got a new favourite superhero, and it's Rico "Blow everything in your face" Rodriguez! Find out more in our explosive review..KABOOM!


Game Review: Inside My Radio

Inside My Radio is a game which is much to short to compete with other titles of the indie field. Quality of the execution and level design also leaves a lot to be desired, ultimately making it one of the worst digital only gam...


Game Review: Resident Evil 0 HD

By releasing in the same year as the Resident Evil remake in 2002, Resident Evil 0 was arguably over-shadowed by its counterpart. But now in early 2016, it has a chance to stand-out firmly from the crowd. Dodgy A.I aside, I...


Game Review: Kung Fu Panda: Showdown of Legendary Legends

With the 3rd Kung Fu Panda movie just around the corner, we are greeted with the latest videogame instalment. Taking inspiration from the likes of Super Smash, will Legendary Legends offer the depth to satisfy both younger and...


Game Review: Super Toy Cars

Fun, yet disappointing title which is clearly trying to achieve the heights of classic games of the genre, but lack of direction and numerous missed opportunities ultimately prevent it from doing so.


Game Review: Tachyon Project

Tachyon Project attempts to replicate each and every futuristic twin stick shooter ever to be released, but questionable execution and poor level design, make it a cheap copy rather than the 'next big thing'. And even though i...


Video Review: Tharsis

The speed of one game of Tharsis means that it slides in to that "just one more game" territory so well you'll be going back to it for a while. If you're a fan of strategy games or digital board games I strongly suggest you con...