Connor Bromley

FIFA 21: “Solid enough but really lacks the innovation to be anything more”

FIFA 21: “Solid enough but really lacks the innovation to be anything more”

The most wonderful time of the year is here! No, not Christmas – it is the launch of FIFA. FIFA has been a staple of the gaming industry for nearly 30 years and has dominated the football game market. This year’s launch is likely to be as anticipated as any other, with the Covid-19 situation […]

 Northern Lights

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 […]

 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 […]

 Lewis Wild

Preview: Halo Wars Set To Tackle Consoles Again

Preview: Halo Wars Set To Tackle Consoles Again

Real time strategy games have always struggled to mitigate to consoles. RTS’s are tailored for a keyboard and mouse but Halo Wars 2 is having another go at pushing the genre onto consoles. The first game never quite lived up to the heights of core Halo but the spin off has brought something different to […]

 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, […]