Tags : Game

How The LEGO Games Can Cure Your Lockdown Lull

As England braces itself for another lockdown of an indeterminate length, many people may be faced with the same bleak feelings of despair and anxiety that accompanied them throughout most of 2020. It’s easy to fall into a pattern of wake up, eat, work, sleep, repeat, all without actually feeling like we’ve accomplished anything with […]Read More

Game Review: The Outer Worlds

Released: October 2019Rated: M (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence, Strong Language) If you, like me, were (and still are) a fan of the short-lived TV series Firefly, then The Outer Worlds is a game you’d enjoy. Similarly, if you enjoyed Fall Out: New Vegas (2010), then this release from Obsidian Entertainment will seem familiar yet […]Read More

Game Review: Doom Eternal

Released: March 2020Rated: M (Blood and Gore, Intense Violence) Are you feeling angry at the world for not giving us a single break in four months? Looking for a way to take out that anger? Do you support the annihilation of demonic forces that would rather see you rot in Hell? If you answered yes […]Read More

Game Review: Final Fantasy VII Remake

Released: April 2020Rating: T (Language, Use of Alcohol and Tobacco, Violence, Suggestive Themes) After the hellish wait, the Final Fantasy VII Remake (FFVII R) is finally here. Developed by Square Enix, with many of the original team of 1997’s Final Fantasy VII (FFVII ‘97) returning, does it live up to the impossible hype people generally […]Read More

Gaming News: ‘Silent Hill’ Coming to ‘Dead by Daylight’

Coinciding with its four year anniversary celebrations, ‘Dead by Daylight’ has announced its latest update. In a livestream hosted by the game’s director, Matthew Cote of Behaviour Studios, the new chapter has been revealed to be a crossover collaboration with Konami in the form of ‘Silent Hill’. It will feature the iconic Pyramid Head and […]Read More

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

Game Review: Mafia III

Release Date: October 7, 2016 ERSB Rating: Rating Pending When I heard that Mafia 3 was getting made, I was pretty ecstatic. I had thoroughly enjoyed Mafia 2 for what it was and felt it was time for a new open world crime game after playing GTA to death. I didn’t hype myself up for it though. […]Read More

Gaming: Pokémon Go – is it really as great as

Second day of playing Pokémon Go and I’m already addicted. For those who do not know what it is, the popular Nintendo Game has now been released as an App on Apple’s AppStore as well as on GooglePlay. It is a virtual reality game where the aim is to catch as many Pokémon as possible. […]Read More

Game Review: Homefront: The Revolution

Release Date: May 17, 2016 ESRB Rating: M (Blood, Drug Reference, Violence, Strong Language) The original Homefront was a conundrum as it had a memorable story that was driven by its multidimensional characters, but the gameplay made it feel like a Call of Duty knock-off only without the fast paced action. Homefront: The Revolution is also a conundrum as […]Read More

Game Review: Doom (PS4)

Release Date: May 13, 2016 ESRB Rating: M (Blood, Intense Violence, Language) Once upon a time, the original Doom defined the concept of the shooter and it set the standards for the genre back in the 90’s. However titles like Half-Life, Unreal Tournament and 007 GoldenEye started to redefine the genre by the end of the decade. Enter […]Read More

Game Review: Tom Clancy’s The Division

Release Date: March 8, 2016 ESRB Rating: M (Blood, Intense Violence, Language) The concept of the apocalyptic survival genre is not new to gamers but Tom Clancy’s The Division is a journey that stays true to the techno thriller concept that the acclaimed author is known for. In the last few years, the apocalyptic survival […]Read More

Game Review: Broforce (PS4)

Release Date: March 1, 2016 ESRB Rating: M for Mature (Violence, Blood and Gore) Broforce is that special kind of game that combines one’s love for classic 8-bit run & gun adventures with 80’s action films then adds a small dose of all things ‘Merican. Having grown from a Greenlight project to become a major hit on the […]Read More

Game Review: Resident Evil Zero HD

Release Date: January 19, 2016 Rating: M for Mature (Violence, Blood and Gore) Before the Arklay Mansion incident that set the foundation for a horror icon, Resident Evil Zero HD takes gamers back to the nightmare that Rebecca Chambers and Billy Cohen encountered. While Resident Evil HD demonstrated that fans prefer the traditional horror setup over […]Read More