Paul Farrell

Sonic the Hedgehog CD Review

Sonic the Hedgehog CD Review

  The first time Sonic went to a disc was the Sonic CD – and what an interesting game it is. Here is the full review. After two huge successful games Sonic had become the mascot for SEGA, everyone thought that Sonic’s third adventure would be just as amazing as Sonic 2. But there was […]

 Paul Farrell

Sonic the Hedgehog 1991 Review

Sonic the Hedgehog 1991 Review

Sonic the Hedgehog was originally released for the SEGA Mega Drive, also known as the SEGA Genesis in the US, on June 23, 1991. It is by far one of the most legendary games in all of history. It was the game that started it all – and gave birth to a legend. The plot is […]

 Henry Ranson

Review: Life is Strange Episode 2: Out of Time

Review: Life is Strange Episode 2: Out of Time

Episode 1 flirts with the dramatic potential that the small town of Arcadia Bay has to offer, Episode 2: Out of Time takes a turn to the dark side. Bullied bible basher Kate Marsh steps into the spotlight in this episode, or more that we take a look into the shadows of her life, as […]

 Reece Pollock

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters game released today

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Preview

When there’s something strange in the neighborhood, who you gonna call? That’s right – Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters, developed by Toybox and Tokyo Majin Gakuen director Shuho Imai. You play as a new high school student who works part-time at Gate Keepers, a magazine company that is actually an undercover ghost hunting team. This eerie […]

 Adam Sancaster

Watchdogs – The Next-Gen Console's Most Anticipated Release Is Here

Watchdogs – The Next-Gen Console's Most Anticipated Release Is Here

After leaving both casual gamers and experts awe-stuck at the E3 2012 conference, ahead of a scheduled November 2013 release, Ubisoft broke the hearts of gamers worldwide be knocking back its release date to 2014. However, the bad news that left many frustrated at Watch Dogs being removed from the pre-order bundles of next-gen consoles […]

 Jake Groves

Review: Wolfenstein New Order – Sensory Overload To The Finest Degree

Review: Wolfenstein New Order – Sensory Overload To The Finest Degree

Even though the Second World War ended almost 70 years ago, the Western world still likes to poke fun at the could-be situations of Nazi Germany. Start a Google search with “what if Nazi…” and the auto-complete will do the rest for you, with tonnes of sources throwing up ideas about what might have been. […]

 Ed Quinn

Ultra Street Fighter 4 – Capcom Promises Innovation With Latest Brawler Instalment

Ultra Street Fighter 4 – Capcom Promises Innovation With Latest Brawler Instalment

The fourth Street Fighter 4 has come forth. Ultra Street Fighter 4 is the newest addition to the legendary franchise, and promises to evolve the game to a whole new level. This new instalment will feature five additional characters as well as six new stages to fight on, as well as an Online Training mode […]

 Adam Sancaster

Watchdogs – The Next-Gen Consoles First Major Release Is Unleashed This Month

Watchdogs – The Next-Gen Consoles First Major Release Is Unleashed This Month

After leaving both casual gamers and experts awe-stuck at the E3 2012 conference, (ahead of an alleged November 2013 release), Ubisoft broke the hearts of gamers worldwide be knocking back the release date of techno-noir sandbox hack-em-up Watchdogs to 2014. However, the disappointment of having it removed from all the next-gen consoles pre-order bundles, means […]

 James Brennan

FIFA World Cup Brazil – Latest Football Sim Kicks Off A Summer Of Sport

FIFA World Cup Brazil – Latest Football Sim Kicks Off A Summer Of Sport

With the World Cup approaching, EA’s latest instalment of FIFA could be the perfect appetiser to a summer of football. World Cup Brazil is typical of the FIFA franchise, providing unrivalled attention to detail, customary tweaks to gameplay and, most importantly, countless hours of fun. The standalone game features 7,469 players across all 203 qualifying stage […]