Backlog Review | Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes
8.0

Backlog Review | Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes

Konami recently released the Metal Gear spin-off Metal Gear Survive, the first Metal Gear game released after the heartbreaking and tear-jerking breakup between Konami and the ever brilliant Hideo Kojima. You can read our review here. After playing Survive for a decent amount of hours I started to grow a...

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Backlog Review | Gravity Rush Remastered
9.0

Backlog Review | Gravity Rush Remastered

Gravity Rush (also known as Gravity Daze in the East) is one of the most gorgeous looking games to ever be released on the Playstation Vita. The game was originally released in 2012 and developed by Project Siren (Team Gravity) lead by Keiichiro Toyama for SIE Japan Studio. I have...

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Review | Metal Gear Survive
6.5

Review | Metal Gear Survive

Konami finally released the Metal Gear spin-off nobody was really waiting and asking for. Metal Gear Survive is the first Metal Gear game released after the heartbreaking and tear-jerking breakup between Konami and the ever brilliant Hideo Kojima. It’s safe to say this is not Metal Gear Solid VI.

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Curse of Osiris; Ikora the explorer and her daddy issues

Curse of Osiris; Ikora the explorer and her daddy issues

Curse of Osiris feels rushed. With just a couple hours of campaign, a bland story that seems to contradict many of the previous mythos, gear that is either very underwhelming or requires way more time invested than it’s worth, in this dlc the bad outweighs the good quite a bit....

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Review | Cars 3: Driven to Win | Switch
6.0

Review | Cars 3: Driven to Win | Switch

Cars 3 is the latest Pixar movie now in cinema’s around the globe, and inflames another marketing rush on all things related to Lightning McQueen and his friends. Let’s see if this new game “Driven to Win” has won over our hearts or slams into the wall.

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Review | Yakuza Kiwami
9.5

Review | Yakuza Kiwami

Yakuza Kiwami is the ultimate remake of the original Yakuza game and the best overall remake available on Playstation 4. The Dragon of Dojima has returned in glorious HD.

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Review Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle
9.0

Review Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle

Read our latest review Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle; why you ask? Well, the unlikely combination of franchises from different publishing houses having a digital baby doesn’t happen often, but when the result is as wacky and fun as Ubisoft’s Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle, it makes you wish the Japanese gaming giant...

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Review | Matterfall
9.0

Review | Matterfall

Housemarque has released their latest and greatest project, Matterfall! The game offers a perfect blend of the studio’s signature frantic bullet hell gameplay combined with fast and crazy platforming action. JUMP!

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Review | Sonic Mania
8.5

Review | Sonic Mania

Everybody’s favorite SEGA mascotte returns to its 2D roots! Sonic Mania has delivered the best Sonic experience in decades and offers a classic experience for a new generation of gamers. 2D Sonic is finally back in an all-new amazing adventure.

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Review | Accel World Vs. Sword Art Online
7.5

Review | Accel World Vs. Sword Art Online

Svart Alfheim and the Accelerated World have begun to merge. Bandai Namco presents the anime crossover off the year with their release of, Accel World Vs. Sword Art Online.

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Review | Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice
9.0

Review | Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice

Inner daemons. Like Max Payne it’s something many of us have been dealing with. Weather it’s build by regret, sorrow, loss or just plain melancholy. There’s a dark side in all of us. Sometimes you might fear these daemons are driving you mad, at times when you’d just like to...

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Review | Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun | PS4, PC, XOne
8.0

Review | Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun | PS4, PC, XOne

Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun has made a great transfer from PC to PS4 and lives up to the acclaimed original. With its unique play style and nice graphics, it’s almost guaranteed to be a smash hit. But will the controls make it playable on console? We’ve tested it...

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Review | Toby: The Secret Mine | PS4
5.0

Review | Toby: The Secret Mine | PS4

Toby: The Secret Mine is Lukas Navratil’s take on some of the most popular and well known monotone coloured Indie puzzle-platformers of the last 7 years. After being released on Steam and several other consoles Toby finally found its way to the Playstation 4. I think it is very hard talking about...

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Review | Get Even | PS4, Xbox One, PC
3.5

Review | Get Even | PS4, Xbox One, PC

The Farm 51 and Bandai Namco have finally released their take at Survival horror, Get Even. A genre that is well represented over the many years of its existence, offering a multitude of highly enjoyable variations of the theme and has added some of the most brilliant games in existence...

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