Many of you will remember Project Gotham Racing 2 and the mini game Geometry Wars which later had it's full released known as Geometry Wars : Retro Evolved, for many it was the re-birth of the top down shooter, lovingly known as a twin-stick shooter. Over the years there's been hundreds of variations of the … Continue reading Tachyon Project : Review
DeadCore is a brutal, challenging and frustrating game, while at the same time it's fun, addictive and incredibly rewarding.
The original Dungeon Defenders was certainly a hit, carrying a fairly cheap price tag, plenty of options and a fun mix of tower defence and third person action, how on earth could a sequel better the foundations laid down in the first game. At first glimpse Dungeon Defenders 2 answers that perfectly, with the transition … Continue reading Dungeon Defenders 2 – Review
Micro Machines have been under our feet and around the living room since 1976, but it was 1991 when gamers got their hands on them on home consoles. It's fair to say the original Micro Machines was a smash hit, with well proportioned tracks really highlighting the size of the little vehicles and I'd challenge … Continue reading Micro Machines : World Series – Review
Release Date : 14th July 2017 (PS4) also available on Xbox One, PC & WiiU With inspiration from the SHMUP titles of the 90's, some may remember Ghost Blade as the Dreamcast game made for the console in 2015, 14 years after the system was discontinued, but don't panic, Since it's release on Xbox One … Continue reading Ghost Blade HD – Review
Nex Machina certainly comes from a long line of high quality, with the collaboration between Housemarque and Eugene Jarvis carrying experience with titles such as Resogun &Alienation as well as Robotron and Smash TV from the latter. Nex Machina offers fast action, projectiles covering the screen and hundreds of robots to destroy, without worrying too … Continue reading Nex Machina – Review
Released on P.C earlier in the year, The Town of Light has arrived on consoles but how will it's unique blend of interactive adventure and psychological suspense perform. The Town of Light is a game for adults, not because of the shower scene, lesbian tones or rape, but because this is a deep, psychological game … Continue reading The Town of Light – Review