Space Overlords Review

July 26, 2017 cdgorman 0

Feeling like you’re overpowered in a video game is one of the best things in the world. You’re capable of ravaging enemies with a flick of your wrist, helping new players learn the ropes and being to stand as a beacon in the community. Most importantly; you can do whatever [Continue Reading]


Gryphon Knight Epic Review – Xbox One

July 18, 2017 Duff Man 3002 0

Have you ever dreamed about being a knight? How about riding a massive gryphon? Well in Gryphon Knight Epic from Cyber Rhino Studios, you can do both of these things! You play as Sir Oliver, a slightly less physical knight who’s gone through some tough times. Oliver and the rest of [Continue Reading]


Mr Shifty Review – PC

May 1, 2017 Deathrock2010 0

Imagine Hotline Miami but with Nightcrawler from X-men and you’ve pretty much nailed the description of this game, it’s a fast paced top down action game but with a twist – Shifting. The similarities between this and Hotline Miami are very clear to see, but that’s not a bad thing at [Continue Reading]


Lego City Undercover Review – Xbox One

April 19, 2017 bigburg85 0

LEGO City Undercover has landed on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC & Nintendo Switch, after an exclusive stint on the Wii U, it’s good to see TT Games bringing another Lego title to other platforms. We have seen comments around on the internet saying Lego City Undercover is Grand Theft [Continue Reading]


Tethered PSvR: Review

April 13, 2017 cdgorman 0

Have you ever wanted to be as powerful as a God, looking over and controlling everything with a click of your fingers? Well, now you can. In Tethered you are tasked with taking care of adorable little creatures called Peeps. They are very hard working and you must use their [Continue Reading]


Blackwood Crossing Review – Xbox One

April 11, 2017 bigburg85 0

Blackwood Crossing is a story driven first person adventure game developed by PaperSeven.  It is an Intriguing and emotive tale exploring the fragile relationship between orphaned siblings Scarlett and Finn. When their paths cross with a mysterious figure, an ordinary train ride evolves into a magical story of life, love [Continue Reading]


The Inner World: Review

April 9, 2017 cdgorman 0

The Inner World takes you to a whimsical, fantasy world right in the middle of a universe made entirely out of dirt. In the middle of the universe, there is a world called Asposia which is encased entirely by this soil. The world exists inside the soil (as a sort of [Continue Reading]


Talent Not Included – Xbox One Review

April 5, 2017 StaceyJK 0

“All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players.” That’s certainly true in the case of action platformer Talent Not Included from Canadian indie outfit Frima. Set in the fantasy land of Notthatmuchfurther, the game tells the story of three monsters, Zordok, Derp, and Kevin, who choose to [Continue Reading]


Yooka-Laylee – Review

April 4, 2017 Donovan Ryder 0

I want to love Yooka-Laylee. I really do.  There’s a moment around 2 hours into this 3D platformer from Playtonic Games that epitomises the game at its best. Once you’ve collected enough “Pagies”, the magical maguffin tied to the game’s progression, you can unlock the expanded version of the first [Continue Reading]

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