REVIEWS 10 Jul 2019­ by Jay Shaw

Battletech: Urban Warfare

Urban Warfare is the second expansion for Harebrained Schemes Battletech. As the name suggests it focuses mainly on adding in more urban warfare settings including more dense city areas, new bases to assault, and new battlemechs to take into combat against your enemies. Does it add up to more satisfying stompy mech action? Keep reading…
REVIEWS 25 Jun 2019­ by K-putt

F1 2019

Codemasters’ F1 games are releasing like clockwork. Well, almost. Then this year it’s coming out 2 months early. You’d expect that the new content they provide might be on the smaller side even considering the developers only had 10 months. And I’d actually agree with you this time around, kinda. It’s essentially the same game…
REVIEWS 07 Jun 2019­ by L Coulsen

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Ahh yes, Sekiro, the Soulslike that even the creators have told us isn’t a Soulslike. But people keep trying to play it like one, and are then annoyed that the game plays how it was programmed, rather than how they think it should work. With that out of the way, okay, let’s take a look…
REVIEWS 01 Jun 2019­ by K-putt

RAGE 2

It’s been nearly 12 years since John Carmack’s RAGE was released. With its very unique Megatextures and true id Software fashion of game and level design it’s no easy task to follow something like that up with another game. And who would’ve guessed to see the creators of Just Cause 1 and 2 working on…
REVIEWS 22 May 2019­ by Jay Shaw

Minion Masters

Minion Masters is a tough game to describe. It’s kinda MOBA-ish (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena – think League Of Legends), but not quite. It’s kind of a collectible card game, but not quite. Minion Masters has you build a deck of spells and minions, assign a hero, and then lob them into two lanes to…
REVIEWS 22 May 2019­ by Sawyer Scherbenske

Katana ZERO

Devolver Digital has increasingly been becoming the go-to publisher when it comes to small indie titles, but Askiisoft had a lot to prove with their very first externally published Steam game. Katana Zero, a neo-noir game following the life and assassinations of a mysterious drug-infused samurai might be what makes or breaks Askiisoft depending on…
REVIEWS 19 Apr 2019­ by L Coulsen

Devil May Cry 5

Well now, this came a bit out of left field, wouldn’t you agree? After the somewhat divisive fourth game, and the lukewarm at best reboot, we pretty much all resigned ourselves to the fact that Devil May Cry was a dead franchise. And that sucked harder than a donkey in a wind tunnel made of…
REVIEWS 09 Apr 2019­ by L Coulsen

Yakuza Kiwami

Twelve years ago, the Yakuza series first arrived in the west, introducing an entire generation of nascent weebs to the dark, digital underbelly of Tokyo. Offering up a rich, thoughtful, and in places very odd crime drama that many still insist the medium of video-games simply cannot pull off. More recently the game was completely…
REVIEWS 03 Apr 2019­ by Jay Shaw

Bow To Blood: Last Captain Standing

Bow To Blood: Last Captain Standing puts you in the boots of a captain aboard an airship, but this isn’t some clunky dirigible, you’re armed to the teeth with cannons, lasers, and missiles. You take command of two other crew members and attempt to navigate a blood sport style game show where you’ll face off…
REVIEWS 01 Apr 2019­ by Jay Shaw

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2

The Division 2 is Ubisoft’s latest attempt at an open world sandbox, a genre they’ve grown increasingly comfortable with over the last several years. Set some time after the events of the first Division game, the sequel takes you to Washington DC, seat of the government and currently a battlefield between the agents, civilians, and…
REVIEWS 11 Mar 2019­ by L Coulsen

Onimusha:Warlords

Once upon a time, Capcom were among the most loved and respected names in game development. Over the years, their star has waxed and waned several times, but they have never truly lost that sense of nostalgia, meaning that newer games still get people’s attention. Even if they ultimately fall a bit short of expectations.…
REVIEWS 07 Mar 2019­ by L Coulsen

Resident Evil 2

A little over twenty years ago, Resident Evil landed in our laps and brought an honest to peanuts B movie horror under our direct control. Cheesy, terribly delivered dialogue, ludicrous ‘twists’ and ridiculous monsters. Two years later, the sequel arrived and took the premise, but firmly grounded it and became far more serious, though still…
REVIEWS 22 Feb 2019­ by Jay Shaw

Metro Exodus

Metro Exodus is the third entry in the venerable Metro series of games inspired by Dmitri Glukhovski’s novels of the same name. For the first time it takes the series to more open levels and introduces more exploration and resource management than previous games; but is it a step in the right direction or is…
REVIEWS 09 Feb 2019­ by Jay Shaw

Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown

The long running Ace Combat series are arcade style flight games, often with dozens of aircraft, weapons, and missions to conquer with your insane flying skills. Set in the venerable strangereal universe, Ace Combat 7 has a lot to live up to as it continues the series main story after the events of previous games.…