Snake Pass – Review

Snake Pass is a retro-inspired platform/adventure game from Sumo Digital. A mysterious gate-crasher has blocked the gateways across your world and its up to Noodle the snake and Doodle the humming-bird to unlock the portal between the four realms. You take control of the duo (well mostly our good friend Noodle, the Snake), you'll need … Continue reading Snake Pass – Review

This is the Police – Review

FREEZE! This is the Police..... This is the Police is an adventure game with a difference, there's little of the blockbuster action you see in the movies, but following the footsteps of soon to be retired chief of the police Jack Boyd, you set yourself 180 days, to make yourself $500,000. Half a million, because … Continue reading This is the Police – Review

88 Heroes – Review

At 8 minutes past 8 on the 8th August 1988, the world teeters on the brink of total annihilation! Dr. H8's demands are simple. Pay 88 octillion dollars within 88 hours or 88 thermo-nuclear warheads pointed directly at earth will be launched. The 88th president of earth calls for urgent crisis talks! 88 leaders from … Continue reading 88 Heroes – Review

Lego Worlds – Review

When Lego Worlds was first announced I was quietly optimistic, it all sounded so simple... Take Minecraft, let the folks at Telltale games smash it to pieces, and then rebuild it all with Lego bricks. At first glance, there's more than a few resemblances to Minecraft, the various biomes, animals wandering around and skeletons appearing … Continue reading Lego Worlds – Review

Ghost Recon : Wildlands – Review

Tom Clancy games have changed somewhat over the years, but how will the Ghost's handle the transition to a free-roaming environment. I've been a fan of the Clancy games for many years now, Splinter Cell, Rainbow Six and of course, Ghost Recon are the backbone of the Clancy name, and while Rainbow Six moved to … Continue reading Ghost Recon : Wildlands – Review

Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 – Review

Marvel vs Capcom 3 : Fate of the Two Worlds was first released on home consoles six years ago, and after various delays, the repackaged Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 was released later that year (2011) with numerous gameplay enhancements and tweaks as well as additional content originally penned as DLC for Fate of the … Continue reading Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3 – Review

SubLevel Zero Redux – Review

Being in my thirties I remember the likes of Descent and Forsaken, the Six degree's of freedom shooters that where widely heralded as the next best thing in gaming technology. The genre received an avid following but has never really found it's place on consoles thanks to so little being released outside of the confines … Continue reading SubLevel Zero Redux – Review