Originally released 20 years ago on P.C, I was a bright eyed 16 year old on a random trip into my local town and noticed Constructor on my local game store shelf (with an awesome free orange flashing light). Constructor became one of my first solo purchases as a young adult and soon captured my … Continue reading Constructor – Review
You would be forgiven for expecting little from a branded game based on a movie, for many years publishers have been jumping on the big name brands to bring us underwhelming video games, but Warner Brothers, Avalanche and Cars 3 are aiming much higher than 'just another movie game'. Cars 3 doesn't aim to replicate … Continue reading Cars 3 : Driven to Win – Review
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.
AereA is a musical themed action RPG from Soedesco, select from a quartet of the Great Maestro Guido’s disciples, grab your magical musical instrument and set out to restore harmony to the world. AereA immediately struck me as an action RPG for the younger generation, a more cutesy look, less of the detail and an overall more … Continue reading AereA – Review
We used to love titles like Twisted Metal, Mariokart, Wipeout and Destruction derby and Blur, but in the near future (2021) a Mysterious viral epidemic is going to sweep through the world and the only option will be Crossout... Following on from the popularity of the aforementioned vehicular combat titles, and the recent surge of … Continue reading Crossout – Review
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