Middle Earth : Shadow of War – Review

It wasn't that long ago that Shadow of Mordor took the gaming world by storm, bagging numerous awards and giving brutal, free-flowing combat a home right next door to the nemesis system which would make your contact with enemy captains far more than just another body in the graveyard. The sequel Shadow of War is … Continue reading Middle Earth : Shadow of War – Review

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Echo – (PS4) Review

For many years video games have been pushing towards the perfect Artificial intelligence, and stealth-puzzle survival title Echo takes that one step further, glancing into the future with the ultimate AI. After an impressive title screen showing a close up view of an Eyeball that looks around the screen as you move to highlight the … Continue reading Echo – (PS4) Review

Dronetopolis AR – (iPhone) Review

It's not very often I review mobile games, but with the dawn of Apple's AR Kit there's a distinct new feel about AR, and Dronetopolis does a fantastic job of showcasing what can be achieved with AR Kit. More 'for fun' than a serious direction, Dronetopolis allows you to control a drone wherever you are, … Continue reading Dronetopolis AR – (iPhone) Review

Jettomero : Hero of the Universe – Review

Jettomero is a giant AI robot, waking on a mysterious planet our good friend isn't quite sure why he's there, or what he's supposed to be doing but soon enough he decides that he's going to try and help the inhabitants. Sadly Jettomero isn't really built for such tasks, with a heavy body atop long … Continue reading Jettomero : Hero of the Universe – Review

Danger Zone – Review

Danger Zone might look familiar, any fans of the fantastic Burnout Crash junctions will find their spider-senses tingling as it's time once again to throw your car off a jump into a busy motorway in the hope of causing as much damage as possible. While not associated with Burnout directly, there's certainly more than meets … Continue reading Danger Zone – Review

Jydge – Review

Finnish developers 10Tons are quickly building a name for themselves as twin-stick shooter specialists. Last year Neon Chrome set the stage as an impressive twin stick shooter, and only last month Time Recoil proved that twin-stick shooters are capable of breaking the space-time continuum. Looking back to last years Neon Chrome, Jydge is set in … Continue reading Jydge – Review

Lego : The Ninjago Movie – Review

Travellers Tales have been bringing us quality Lego titles for 12 years, and while some iterations have been nothing more than a face-lift, others have revolutionized the Lego genre by introducing new gameplay elements and franchises. The Ninjago Movie is upon us and it seems set to pave the way to an even greater future … Continue reading Lego : The Ninjago Movie – Review