Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 Review

Sniper Ghost Warrior 3 can be split into three sections: time spent having fun playing the main missions of the game, time spent toiling around in an empty open world – complete with underdeveloped RPG mechanics, and finally time spent waiting for the game to load. I’d love to say that the first of these took […]

Puzo Puyo Tetris Review

I’ve never played Puyo Puyo before, I’ve played Tetris however – and I thought I was pretty good at it. This game made me realise I was not. Coming as a package I was ultimately sceptical about at first, the magic of Puyo Puyo Tetris quickly grows on you, and before long the combination felt […]

Danganronpa 1-2 Reload Review

The Danganronpa series is excellent. Both PS Vita games offer one of the most engaging, unique and visually striking stories that can be found in video games today – and they are exactly that, stories. There’s not much game-play or decision making here, and second or third play throughs of the game offer little in […]

LEGO Worlds Review

LEGO Worlds carries all of the charm and humour we’ve come to expect of the LEGO games. The opening of the game, and subsequent journey our nameless character goes on is reminiscent of LittleBig Planet – gradually teaching us the rules of the game as we are allowed to explore, discover and build new world. […]

Disc Jam Review

Disc Jam is trying really hard to emulate the success of Rocket League. That’s not a flaw as much as it is an unflattering comparison. The key premise of the game is original and remains fun for a while, but ultimately it lacks the polish and replay-value that Rocket League does. The minute to minute gameplay of […]

Hue Review

Hue is a great definition of art through simplicity. The game feels continually relaxed and slow-paced allowing me to toy around with the puzzles in a liberating way – I was left wanting more of Hue’s artistic world, a little too much more. Hue is definitively a puzzle game before its a platformer, whilst there are […]

Ratchet and Clank Review

Reviewed on PS4 by Matt Nobbs Ratchet and Clank is like playing a Disney movie, the game oozes charm and humour throughout and every scene is strikingly colourful and beautiful. In a gaming world full of gritty first person shooters or realistic action games it’s amazing to see a successful mascot based platform outside of […]

Furi: Review in Progress

Furi is an odd type of masterpiece. The art style and vibe of the game sometimes come across as artistic and engrossing, sometimes however it looks simplistic and empty. The game is centred around a series of boss fights, all of which pose a different threat and all of which are designed to perfection. However the […]

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Review

Reviewed by Matthew Nobbs on PS4 Uncharted 4 feels very different to its predecessors, it features a much darker, slow burner of a story, which is much longer than the other games. Much of the game feels like a brilliant cross between Uncharted 2 and The Last of Us which culminates in a truly astonishing […]