Gaming

 Adam Carr

Nintendo Switch Review: The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth+

Nintendo Switch Review: The Binding Of Isaac: Afterbirth+

Isaac lived a life of happiness – one of joy and childlike wonder. Things came crashing down around him, however, when his mother was visited by the disembodied voice of God. By his command, she stripped Isaac of his toys, clothes and freedom – but this was not enough. She broke into his room, knife […]

 Connor Bromley

Game review: Football Manager 2021

Game review: Football Manager 2021

I look down at my watch, just 30 seconds left to save the season and my job. “REF! FREE KICK!” He has given it, I usher the keeper forward in one last desperate attempt at keeping my job. The ball gets hit into the area, seconds remain – this is the final chance. Boom, we […]

 Connor Bromley

FIFA 21: “Solid enough but really lacks the innovation to be anything more”

FIFA 21: “Solid enough but really lacks the innovation to be anything more”

The most wonderful time of the year is here! No, not Christmas – it is the launch of FIFA. FIFA has been a staple of the gaming industry for nearly 30 years and has dominated the football game market. This year’s launch is likely to be as anticipated as any other, with the Covid-19 situation […]

 Mark Warren

The Legacy of Fallout New Vegas

The Legacy of Fallout New Vegas

The Legacy of Fallout New Vegas Mark Warren revisits the unique world of one of the Fallout series’ most beloved entries and dissects what continues to make it stand out almost a decade after its release.

 Ewan Gleadow

Review: Detective Pikachu

Review: Detective Pikachu

If the slapdash smatterings of nostalgia aren’t able to pull you into the money grabbing CGI-fest that Detective Pikachu is then you’ll struggle through your viewing nearly as much as I did. Depending almost entirely on nostalgia factor, Detective Pikachu is what happens when the new generation long for films that make them feel young again. But I was part […]

 Mark Warren

Review: The Outer Worlds

Review: The Outer Worlds

I’m going to start this review with a statement of fact. The Outer Worlds is my pick for 2019’s game of the year award. The fact that I feel comfortable writing that, despite this year still having two months to go, should tell you all you need to know about how highly I rate Obsidian […]

 Kamron Kent

REVIEW: Ghost Recon Breakpoint

REVIEW: Ghost Recon Breakpoint

Credit: Ubisoft Ubisoft have recently released their next instalment of the Ghost Recon franchise, Breakpoint, ahead of Infinity Ward’s Call of Duty: Modern Warfare that is coming out later this week.  In previous Ghost Recon titles, their games seemed so linear. Using Future Soldier for example, there was always only one set path, or at […]

 Mark Warren

Review: GRID (2019)

When I heard earlier this year that Codemasters were dusting off the GRID series and rebooting it after a short hiatus, I let myself get a little bit hyped. I know, I shouldn’t have let my guard down. After all, 99% of all games that attract any kind of hype, from mild excitement to almost […]

 Kamron Kent

PREVIEW: The Last of Us Part Two

PREVIEW: The Last of Us Part Two

Naughty Dog’s PlayStation exclusive The Last of Us Part Two has been given a release date, revealed in it’s latest trailer. And it looks GOOD!  This installment seems to be set 15 to 20 years after the events of the first installment – The Last of Us. The trailer builds upon Ellie’s story, who looks […]

 Kamron Kent

Review: Days Gone (PS4)

Review: Days Gone (PS4)

Credit: Daysgonethegame (Instagram) As games such as 2013’s The Last of Us have already defined the zombie genre, this Playstation 4 exclusive has a lot to live up to. When the huge, dynamic gameplay of Days Gone was showcased in a 2016 preview, showing the challenges players are going to face in their time in this post-apcolayptic world, […]

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