The lack of a new Assassin’s Creed game this year has created a vacuum that Ubisoft have decided to fill with a remastering of the life and times of Ezio Auditore. Continue reading Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection Xbox One review
Two years after release and Ubisoft’s open-world racer, The Crew, still feels fresh. It was a formidable game from the start, getting players to form crews and pitting them against one another. Against the backdrop of a full narrative campaign the game was one of the first to blur the line between the multiplayer and single experience. Continue reading The Crew: Calling All Units PS4 review
Compared to the Ride or MotoGP games, Moto Racer 4 is a pretty easy-going arcade motorcycle game. It wants you to have a good time rather than conquer the steep learning curve usually favoured by two-wheeled racers. Depending on your personal preference, this is either a good thing or a bad thing. Continue reading Moto Racer 4 PlayStation 4 review
Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare is many things. It’s a top-class first-person shooter, it’s a visual feast, it’s a triumph of single-player narrative adventure, it’s a pant-wettingly exciting multiplayer game, but it’s not Call of Duty. Continue reading Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare PlayStation 4 Pro review
As much as I love virtual reality, you can count the number of “proper” VR games on two hands. There’s plenty of fantastic experiences, but not many of which offer the same sort of rounded gameplay as you’d get sitting in front of your TV or monitor.
Ubisoft’s Eagle Flight offers a glimpse into the future of VR gaming. It’s is one of the most well thought out virtual reality games that I’ve played. The developers have chosen a simple concept, one that suits VR more than it would as a traditional game, and it works. Continue reading Eagle Flight VR PlayStation 4 review
Rollercoaster Tycoon is back! Well, it is, but this is not it. This is Planet Coaster, from the same guys that did Rollercoaster Tycoon 2 and 3. And it’s a cracker. Continue reading Planet Coaster PC review
Bethesda Softworks and Arkane Studios invite us to return to the bizarre steampunk world of Dishonored for more stealth, assassinations and slaughtered whales.
Dishonored 2 opens fifteen years after the events in the first game. Continue reading Dishonored 2 PlayStation 4 review
“You’ll believe a man could fly” stated the cinema poster of 1978’s Superman: The Movie.
Well, if you are prepared to spend the best part of NZ$3500 on an HTC Vive and the required high-spec PC, now you can. All thanks to Google. Continue reading You’ve got the whole world in your hands: Google Earth VR review