Tags : action

Game Review: NieR: Automata (PS4 VERSION)

A haunted piano note greets me as I boot up NieR: Automata for the first time. Upon launching a new game I am treated to an introductory cut-scene in which the camera floats down to a squadron of super slick convertible mechs zooming across the ocean. One of the main characters laments the cycle of life and wonders aloud if she’ll ever have the opportunity to kill God. It's at this point that I realize I may have severely misjudged this game. Read More

TV Review: Game of Thrones S7E6 – ‘Beyond the Wall’

The stakes get higher and the fighting fiercer in the penultimate instalment of what we must surely all now acknowledge as the most enjoyable TV show of all time, ever; Game of Thrones. However, whilst the quality of the show’s production or the scale of its action sequences cannot be questioned, have the writers decided to forego logic and plausibility in favour of pure entertainment?Read More

Game at a Glance: Metro 2033 Redux

Title: Metro 2033 Redux Developer: 4A Games What I Think: Another post-apocalyptic game might sound about as welcoming as a bucket of live lobsters in a sauna, but Metro 2033 is different than your standard grey-skies-and-mutants/zombies fare. Firstly, the setting of the Moscow metro with all its dark tunnels and grim history (most of it was constructed by […]Read More

Filling in ‘Mad Max: Fury Road’

Mad Max Fury Road is as artistic as it is crazy, it’s been hailed as the best action film of the decade and one of the best action films ever made. But Fury Road has also been in the spotlight for it’s overwhelming feminist message while being criticised for it’s lack of Tom Hardy and […]Read More