The Vanishing of Ethan Carter – Review

The Vanishing of Ethan Carter may have been around for three years, but it's finally arrived on the Xbox One, along with full 4K support and a new Free roam mode. The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is a story driven game from developers 'The Astronauts', Following our protagonist Paul Prospero, you're on the search for … Continue reading The Vanishing of Ethan Carter – Review


Assassins Creed : Origins – X Review

Assassins Creed has been bringing us the battle between the Brotherhood and Assassins for a decade now and after a gap-year, Origins brings us the prequel story as you take control of the new protagonist Bayek. Initially Assassins Creed looks, feels and plays just like Assassins Creed, an introductory scrap with a mask assailant, Bayek … Continue reading Assassins Creed : Origins – X Review

Assault Android Cactus – Review

Everyone loves a good twin stick shooter, and when you grab an assault android called Cactus and slap her into a top-down frenzy with cut scenes reminiscent of Jet Force Gemini, surely it's going to be a smash. Assault Android Cactus is a story of an Assault Android, called Cactus, surprisingly simple, but when a … Continue reading Assault Android Cactus – Review

The Evil Within 2 – Review

It's not very often we see Friday the 13th just before Halloween, but when we do fright fans usually have some horror on their hands and this years it's up to The Evil Within to make its appearance. The first game proved to be a fright filled smash with a few bugs and a pretty … Continue reading The Evil Within 2 – Review

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

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