All posts by Robert Showler

  • Metal Gear Solid: Ground Zeroes Review

    Metal Gear Solid has been in something of a steady decline over recent years. I actually consider Metal Gear Solid 4 as the most overrated...

  • South Park: The Stick of Truth PC Review

      After numerous delays and a convoluted development process, South Park: The Stick of Truth was certainly treading on egg shells. There were moments of...

  • Thief Review

    While I resented those with PCs capable of running the most graphically intense titles as a young, fallible saphead, I never quite grasped the hype...

  • Batman: Arkham Origins Review

    WB Montreal’s first foray into the Batman series was its Wii U port of Arkham City, a serviceable if by-the-numbers conversion that exposed the studio...

  • The Last of Us Review

    With the exception of GTA V, The Last of Us was my most anticipated game this year. It should have been a day one purchase,...

  • Grand Theft Auto V review

    Age has not been kind to GTA IV. While it redefined current generation expectations in 2008, today it feels dated and is tedious to play....

  • Castlevania: Lords of Shadow Review

    Castlevania is a series that I’ve only dabbled in, struggling to remember anything genius or even interesting about it to convey. I certainly missed the...

  • Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review

    It’s fair to say that Splinter Cell has undergone significant changes in recent years, mostly to its detriment. With Splinter Cell: Blacklist adopting a ‘best...

  • Metro: Last Light Review

    When you’ve seemingly wiped out and entire race of beings, how do you go about redemption? Haunted by events of yesteryear, you traverse the post-apocalyptic...

  • Bioshock Infinite Review

    Bioshock Infinite has an incredibly tough act to follow. Regarded by many as this generation’s finest first person shooter, the original Bioshock is an almost...