Without a doubt, one of our highlights from EGX Rezzed 2016 was Table Top Racing. It was almost a classic love tale…”As soon as we locked eyes… (enter mushy crap here…)” – I think you get the picture. It just reminded us of a time where gaming was much less complicated and way more colourful, […]
Induction is the puzzle game’s version of Back to the Future with more alternate timelines than Marty McFly could ever handle. Lucky for us this game makes time travel a lot simpler with the click of a button. First of all, this game is very addictive and you can really spend a good amount of […]
Now I’ll admit, the last few Resident Evil games have done very little in terms of wetting my appetite. In fact, every time I’ve caught wind of a new Resident Evil game I felt obliged to shrug my shoulders and say “do we really still care about Resi?”. In my opinion the delayed advancement of […]
Has EA managed to push FIFA 17 to new boundaries and give you an added incentive to buy the game this year? Or does this feel like another £40.00 minimal update to the series? Find out in our fully fledged Allardyce review.
Konami have shown clearly in their PES 2017 demo that they have pushed their football game experience to new echelons this year. With it’s impressive player intelligence system we’re experiencing match gameplay like nothing we’ve ever seen in a football game before. Now that the full game is out, can Konami take the crown? Find […]
We deliver our verdict on the FIFA 17 review after our third play of the game over the last few months. Find out whether FIFA 17 has made enough changes to warrant buying the game this year.
We were looking for a distraction to Pokemon Go and decided to check out one of this years hottest properties INKS. It’s a beautiful art styled Pinball puzzler that is great in short bursts to make the perfect commute touch title. Check out our video review for more details and then check the score below.
The Xbox One is exploding with new content almost daily, but when it comes to games that use your mental dexterity it’s still largely short. So when Letter Quest: Grimm’s Journey arrived on the store we couldn’t help but take a further look. The premise of the game takes the principles of Boggle and throws […]
We reviewed Sparkle Unleashed back in 2015, the game had an addictive property that kept us playing right to the very end. Out of nowhere came Sparkle 2 and we just had to get involved a second time around. 10 Tons Ltd are at the helm once again, which left us wondering where exactly could […]
I’m a lover of football and I am a lover of strategy which is why Super Party Sports Football peaked my interest. The game uses the principle of having to knock the heads off of your opponents with ferocious kicks in order to win a game of football set in a playing field similar to […]
When it comes to gaming and the feeling of immersion, whilst we may have to wait until 2016 to get the next sensory step with VR, the next best thing is having a gaming headset that delivers audio that shapes the whole experience. Thrustmaster have recently released the Y-300X headset and have now began competing […]
Whilst House Marque has set the standard for twin stick shooters this generation, developer 10tons offers a retro offering with Crimsonland. The game originally released in 2003 and its latest version includes such additions such as improved graphics and additional perks, weapons, enemies, and game modes in hopes of remerging in the twin stick market. […]