PixARK didn't have the best start to life on the Xbox One, initially it was deemed a buggy mess, but as the months go by updates have started to improve the game and things are looking up. The Minecraft-like pixellated interpretation of the fantastic Ark: Survival Evolved, will have many drooling from the fangs, but … Continue reading PixARK – Preview
Dontnod might be better known for the fantastic decision based story Life is Strange but the French developer treads new ground with the action RPG Vampyr. Set in early 1900's London, you take control of Doctor Jonathon Reid, waking dazed and injured after an attack you find yourself the newest recruit for the vampire club, … Continue reading Vampyr – Review
The best arcade driving game in over 10 years!
I've always enjoyed a good Supercross game, even back to the early years of console gaming but as technology advanced, we get more action on screen and a more refined gameplay experience, so surely modern day Supercross titles will be among the best. Q1 brings us two Supercross games, but first out of the block … Continue reading Monster Energy Supercross – Review
The Monster Hunter franchise has been around for almost a decade and a half, and while it's built up a massive fan base over the last 14 years, it's one game I've never really spent the time with, until now... so how does Monster Hunter : World treat a newbie. Over the last 30 years, … Continue reading Monster Hunter : World – Review
Hand of Fate 2 didn't just surprise me, it completely changed my opinion of a gaming genre.
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