Far Cry has always impressed me, from the feral roots of Instincts on the original Xbox to the lush open world of Far Cry 2, and the crazy but effective antagonists in Far Cry 3 and 4. I'm not ashamed to say I wasn't all that excited about the release of Far Cry 5, playing … Continue reading Far Cry 5 : Review
Soma begins in modern-day Toronto, as Simon Jarrett awake on the day of his brain scan. Since a horrific car crash, Simon's been left with terminal brain injuries and as the clock ticks away to the inevitable end, Simon decides to take a risk with pioneering experimental work which will use a scan of Simon's … Continue reading Soma – Review
Electronic Arts might be the Ice Hockey kings, but one thing they've not offered much to arcade fans since the pretty awesome 3 on 3 NHL Arcade back in 2009. With a hefty gap since any arcade hockey game hit home consoles, Bush Hockey League arrives featuring punch ups, big hits and story based progression, … Continue reading Bush Hockey League – 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
Team 17 and the Escapists return with a fantastic sequel that answers the few critics of the first game while still bringing enough new to the table to make it a worthwhile addition.
Stereo Aereo might sound strangely familiar but developers StoneBot Studio insist it's nothing to do with Mad Fellow's smash hit Aero. While still very much a rhythm action title, Stereo Aereo steps back to the 80's for a much more retro outing. You control one of Stereo Aereo, a mediocre sci-fi rock-band intent on getting … Continue reading Stereo Aereo – Review
City building... It's a genre of game that I've long been a fan of, but with most of my gaming on home consoles, there's not been quite as much choice. Sim City 2013's early issues killed any chance of a console release, and while Tropico and the more recent Aven Colony are great titles, non … Continue reading Cities Skylines : Playstation 4 Edition – Review