My first weekend with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

From Software, a company best known for the Dark Souls trilogy, released their newest title Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice on 22nd March. Of course, being a fan of the company and having played all the previous titles I had to pick up a copy on launch and test my skills in 1500s Japan. Would I have the skills required to become the best Shinobi in … Continue reading My first weekend with Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice

Review: Hitman Episode 1

The mere fact the latest entry in the long running stealth series is simply called Hitman suggests that it’s a series that’s very much striving to return to its roots. The franchise seemingly lost its way with Absolution – an ambitious divergence from the staple formula, but one that proved altogether too restrictive for long-time assassin aficionados. Now developer Io Interactive is keen to get … Continue reading Review: Hitman Episode 1

Retro review: Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

Movie tie-in games are normally pretty lacklustre to say the least, Movie spin off games are normally even worse. With this in mind, have I stumbled upon a lost treasure of a good game? Back in the late 80s and early 90s, point-n-click adventure games were all the rave and LucasArts were at the forefront. The company were nearly all exclusive to adventure games, with … Continue reading Retro review: Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

Review: Bloodborne

Spiritual successor to Soul Series does not disappoint From Software is known for its vast open world RPG games and being able to keep the genre fresh, despite how frequently they return to it. Around the world these games have gained infamy for their difficulty but despite how challenging the games are, they are also fair with a learning curve that helps players to ease into the games … Continue reading Review: Bloodborne

Review: Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain

A barrage of finely crafted elements fused by the Fox Engine The Metal Gear Sold V: TPP is a sterling instalment in the franchise, possibly the best. Starting with the gameplay mechanics, which are one of the game’s perfectly executed components, you are getting nothing short of what the title is promising: “tactical espionage operations”. It’s easy to see that the game’s core mechanics derive from a … Continue reading Review: Metal Gear Solid V The Phantom Pain

Review: Mortal Kombat X

Has Mortal Kombat outstayed its welcome? Mortal Kombat X, where to start? The ultra-violent fighting series has been running for around 20 years, which has to mean something. It’s lasted so long because of how different it is compared to other popular fighter series such as Tekken and Street Fighter – the main difference being the intense violence and brutality when it comes to the big finishing moves known as … Continue reading Review: Mortal Kombat X

Review: Wet

Bethesda’s take on a gun-slingin’ shoot’em up mayhem! I never thought the day would come where Bethesda would publish a game not worthy to brand its own name. WET is a severe disappointment, the black sheep of the family compared to iconic Bethesda productions like Elder Scrolls: Skyrim or Fallout 3. As shoot ‘em ups go, it does provide quite a challenge whether the difficulty … Continue reading Review: Wet