The Last Guardian PS4 review

The Last Guardian is a game that’s been a long time coming. Fumito Ueda’s follow-up to his classic PlayStation 2 games Ico and Shadow of the Colossus has been in development since 2007. It’s taken so long to finish that many thought the game would never see the light of day. Continue reading The Last Guardian PS4 review

Resident Evil 7 PlayStation VR – someone is going to die!

I was standing in a grotty-looking hallway, a ghostly figure having just walked past me, when I said to myself, “F— this”, and took off my PlayStation VR Headset. Continue reading Resident Evil 7 PlayStation VR – someone is going to die!

Not so Final Fantasy: Final Fantasy XV PlayStation 4 Pro review

The revered JRPG series finally gets its log-awaited fifteenth instalment, Final Fantasy XV.

Final Fantasy XV has been a long time coming, having been in development for ten years. It’s taken so long that it’s had to be shunted from its original Final Fantasy Verses XIII title (FFXIII released in 2009) all the way up to FFXV (the online-only FFXIV first released in 2010 and rebooted in 2013). Continue reading Not so Final Fantasy: Final Fantasy XV PlayStation 4 Pro review

Watch Dogs 2 PS4/PC review

Watch Dogs 2, Ubisoft’s sequel to 2014’s hacker game switches location from Chicago to San Francisco. We have a new protagonist in Marcus Holloway, who is bent on taking down corporate big brother, Blume Inc., the company responsible for CTos, the network that has become the rather sinister internet of things. Continue reading Watch Dogs 2 PS4/PC review

Assassin’s Creed: The Ezio Collection Xbox One review

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

The Crew: Calling All Units PS4 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

Moto Racer 4 PlayStation 4 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 PlayStation 4 Pro 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

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