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
With adventure games growing like a field full of corn, Maize stands out as one centralised around, a field of corn... There's been a little confusion between some slightly bonkers scientists and the government. After a brief tutorial of sorts (that does as much to hold your hand as my pet cat does). You'll discover … Continue reading Maize – Review
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
Over the last five years, I've reviewed a number of shoot-em up's and time and time again I'd reference back to the 2012 hit Sine Mora as a fantastic balance of presentation and gameplay. Now in all it's glory, Sine Mora returns for the latest generation of consoles with Sine Mora EX, releasing on Xbox … Continue reading Sine More EX – 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.
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