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 […]

 Jacob Jackson-Carter

FIFA 16 – Review “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

FIFA 16 – Review “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it.”

‘FIFA 15 – The Gimmick Expansion’ was probably the working title Electronic Arts used while FIFA 16 was in development. FIFA 16 serves to prove the doubters correct, as it fails to make any meaningful changes yet again. Instead of overhauling gameplay, updating the visuals significantly or adding substance to neglected game modes the developers choose to focus on […]

 Lewis Wild

Review: Bloodborne “From Software have succeeded again with arguably the best game of the year so far.”

Review: Bloodborne “From Software have succeeded again with arguably the best game of the year so far.”

When I first saw the game Bloodborne I was rather sceptical, I loved the Souls series and Bloodborne looked more like a hack ‘n’ slash, it looked similar to Devil May Cry. I couldn’t have been more wrong. Bloodborne picks up where Dark Souls II left off. It won’t spoon feed you like almost every […]