Richard Bellis

Red Dead Redemption II review

Red Dead Redemption II review

In October 2018, Rockstar released Red Dead Redemption II, a long-awaited third entry to the Red Dead franchise.  The game, eight-years-in-the making, is a prequel to 2010’s Red Dead Redemption. Quite simply, it deserves all the praise it gets, it’s an exceptional 11/10 game.  That it lost out to Fortnite for 2018’s Game of the […]

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Game Preview: Battlefield V

Game Preview: Battlefield V

Words by Alex Jenkins **You must be 17 to purchase this game. This is the next instalment in the thrilling Battlefield series created by Dice and EA. The game is a new take on WW2, spanning from deserts to snow-laden areas and cities to rural places. It’s also the first of the franchise to have […]

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Game Review: Hitman 2

Game Review: Hitman 2

Words by Luke Curry-Glasper **You must be 18 to purchase this game. This is my game article based on Hitman 2. This specific game was released on November 13th, 2018. Here we have a game based on a series of thrilling and traumatic events. There is a lot of violence and gore within this game. […]

 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 […]

 Chris Kirkwood

For Honor – something different this Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day is usually associated with all the finer things in life; flowers, expensive meals and most importantly spending time with those you love, but this year Ubisoft are shattering that cliche by releasing their newest title ‘For Honour’. The action fighting game pits three factions; medieval knights, samurai and Vikings within a medieval fantasy setting. […]

 Paul Farrell

Sonic Heroes Review

Sonic Heroes was the first outing of the Blue Hedgehog on multiple platforms – and my introduction to the series. As we come to a close on the Dream era, we finally arrive at my introduction to the Sonic series: Sonic Heroes. The story is split between the four playable teams: Team Sonic, Team Dark, […]

 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 […]

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We look back at how Mario has grown for Super Mario Day

We look back at how Mario has grown for Super Mario Day

Mario Day (March 10) is the day of celebrating the extremely popular pizza loving plumber guy we have came to know throughout the years. Since his introduction in the game Donkey Kong in 1981, Mario (created by Shigeru Miyamoto), has became Nintendo’s main mascot, which already shows how popular the Mario universe has become; successfully […]

 Paul Farrell

Review: Sonic the Hedgehog 2

Review: Sonic the Hedgehog 2

Sonic the Hedgehog’s second outing on the Mega Drive proved to be one of the most definitive sequels in gaming history. Here’s a full review on the game. Sonic the Hedgehog was one of the most successful games on the Mega Drive with over 15 million units sold. As a result, it had lodged Sonic firmly […]

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