Mark Warren

Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Review: Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

I’d like to start this review with a confession. I, the esteemed author of this piece of assuredly high quality video game journalism, have never played a Dark Souls game. Some of you will be understandably incensed by this revelation. You’ll stand up in front of your computer, phone or toaster (or whichever other gadget […]

 Kamron Kent

Game preview: Metro Exodus

Game preview: Metro Exodus

Credit: Instagram Artyom returns for the third installment of the Metro game series that was inspired by the international bestselling book; Metro 2033 written by Dmitry Glukhovsky. The game starts off with you getting a brief recap of what has happened since The Last War (which I believe to be Metro’s depiction of World War […]

 Paul Farrell

Sonic Adventure + Directors Cut review

This is Sonic’s first jump into 3D – and the big step up for the series. Sonic Adventure is truly a game that revolutionised the series forever. After Sonic 3 and a handful of TV shows and comics later, we finally come to the end of the “Genesis Era” of Sonic’s story. We begin the […]

 Zoe Vicarage

Gaming review: Wolfenstein The Old Blood ” It is a stronger game and shows how much MachineGames have learnt in a year”

Gaming review: Wolfenstein The Old Blood ” It is a stronger game and shows how much MachineGames have learnt in a year”

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood is a welcome return to the world that was created in Wolfenstein The New Order. Back in that game the Nazis had won the Second World War and this standalone prequel sees B J Blazkowicz infiltrate Castle Wolfenstein. In many ways the opening 20 minutes of the game is reminiscent of […]