Codemasters have been producing top-notch racing games for years now. In the main these have been grounded affairs like their Dirt, Grid and Formula One franchises. Onrush throws all that realism out the window in favour of heart-in-mouth racing mixed with more than a little bit of destruction. Continue reading Onrush PlayStation 4 review
Jurassic World Evolution is a movie tie-in theme park management game from the same developer as the wonderful Planet Coaster, but is it any good? Continue reading Jurassic World Evolution PC review
The idea that our machines may soon become sentient is a popular one right now and the subject of the master of interactive storytelling, David Cage’s latest offering, Detroit: Become Human.
As with previous games from French outfit, Quantic Dreams, Detroit: Become Human is more interactive movie than straight video game. Anyone expecting any sort of action or deep RPG gameplay should look elsewhere. Continue reading Detroit: Become Human PS4 review
Following on from last year’s Morrowind, the second full-blown expansion to Bethesda’s The Elder Scrolls Online, Summerset, is now available.
The Elder Scrolls Online has gone from being a questionable folly, with Bethesda dipping their toes in a saturated MMORPG genre, to coming out on top with a beautiful, immersive addition to their Elder Scrolls mythos.
The huge continent of Tamriel gains another massive area to the south-east- the Summerset Isles. This the lush kingdom of the high elves, a far cry from the volcanic, dark elf realm of Morrowind. Continue reading Take a trip to the Summerset Isles in The Elder Scrolls Online
The madcap adventures of Monkey D. Luffy’s and the Straw Hat Pirates go portable.
The One Piece manga series, written and illustrated by Eliichiro Oda started out as a serial in Japan’s famous Sh?nen Jump weekly anthology magazine. It has since been collected into graphic albums, available the world over, spawned a cartoon show by Toei Animation as well as many animated feature films. Continue reading One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3 Deluxe Edition Nintendo Switch review
Creative Assembly takes a trip to Ancient Britain in a spin-off of their award winning Total War series.
Set in 878AD, Thrones of Britannia: A Total War Saga covers a period of internal turmoil as Alfred the Great seeks to unify the kingdoms of Britannia. As if finding common ground amongst the English, Welsh and Gaelic people wasn’t enough, the even-present Vikings place a further threat to unification. Continue reading Thrones of Britannia: A Total War Saga PC review
Monster Hunter: World brings the acclaimed series to current-gen consoles and, if you believe the PR, to the masses. What was once a series with a dedicate niche fan-base is now, apparently, suitable for all. Continue reading Monster Hunter: World Xbox One X review
Bikes, buggies and quads slide and jump around in the mud for another instalment of THQ Nordic’s off-road racing franchise in MX vs ATV All Out.
Twenty years ago, Rainbow Studio’s Motocross Madness was one of my favourite PC games. I spent hours doing crazy jumps and stunts across what was one of the first open-world games I’d ever played. Rainbow Studios has continued to create extensions of Motocross Madness with their MX vs ATV series ever since, with varying success. Continue reading MX vs ATV All Out PlayStation 4 Pro review