Gaming

 Richard Bellis

Review: Star Wars Battlefront II (2017)

Review: Star Wars Battlefront II (2017)

What could have been one of the best games of the year has turned out to be one of the biggest failures and one of the most controversial of all games in 2017. Star Wars battlefront II (2017) looked promising. As far as marketing goes, EA was keen to show us all the improvement they […]

 Richard Bellis

Review: Call of Duty WWII

Review: Call of Duty WWII

Call of Duty WWII is the 14th Call of Duty game and it sees the return to ‘old fashioned’ boots on the ground game-play, away from the futuristic super soldier route the developers have been going down for a few years now. A much-anticipated game which has had a mixed reception with many people angry with […]

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Review: Resident Evil 7

Review: Resident Evil 7

By Sam Wilkinson Resident Evil 7, which came out on January 24, 2017, is the newest release into the acclaimed Resident Evil horror game franchise, and it’s came back with a bang.   Developed by the game studio, CAPCOM, the creators of the previous Resident Evil games, Resident Evil 7 goes back to the classic […]

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Review: DOOM (2016)

Review: DOOM (2016)

By Sam Wilkinson The world-renowned first person shooter DOOM has just released another title into its franchise. Created by Id software and Bethesda Softworks, it was critically acclaimed by critics and customers alike with the game receiving the ‘Best Action Game’ and the ‘Best Music Design’ of 2016. Many people even went on to say […]

 Jonathan 'Kit' Shaw

Review: Yooka-Laylee is still a classic

Review: Yooka-Laylee is still a classic

The big question here is… Has Yooka-Laylee succeeded in bringing back the old classic formula that entertained everyone back on the N64? To answer that question – yes, but it does have a few kinks in the works. Being a spiritual successor to the Banjo-Kazooie series, Playtonic Games have done a fabulous job of recreating […]

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Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor Sequel in the works

By Callum-James Parkin September 2014, it was the height of the summer and the release list of games was running dry. Many games were re-makes and re-releases and things were starting to look dull for the month of September. However, on the 30th, suddenly, gamers were treated to a stunning experience. The release of Middle-Earth: […]

 Paul Farrell

Sonic Lost world – Review

Sonic Lost world – Review

The Final stop on our mainstream tour of the Sonic series and the Blue Hedgehog’s most recent adventure. After generations, SEGA Released only one spin-off title, but now available for the Wii U and PC, Sonic Lost World. The Story picks up on an odd little world called Hex where Eggman has captured some more […]

 Samantha Teasdale

Ratchet and Clank PS2 series comes to PS4

Following the forthcoming movie of the PS2 series, Ratchet and Clank comes to PS4. This new change allows players to now enjoy the start of the story through enhanced graphics, frame rate, even increased resolution of PS4. These changes allow players to relive the adventures of Ratchet and Clank from their unexpected meeting to saving the […]

 Paul Farrell

Review: Sonic Generations

Review: Sonic Generations

The penultimate stop on our journey through the sonic series, we have the 20th anniversary game; Sonic generations Released for Sonic’s 20th anniversary, Sonic Generations is a pretty good game, but how good well lets find out! The story begins with Sonic’s friends throwing him a surprise party for his birthday, however Sonic almost finds […]

 Paul Farrell

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – Information Update

Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy – Information Update

Everyone’s favourite orange marsupial is set to make a return this year, with the N.Sane Trilogy, here is a brief update on what this mute mutant bandicoot is going to be up to. The Crash N.Sane Trilogy is by far one of this year’s most anticipated titles for PS4, and now we have more information. […]

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