Reviews

  • 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...

  • Crysis 3 Review (PC)

      Assess your environment and devise your plan of action. Do you go all guns blazing, or do you meticulously circumvent imminent danger and pick...

  • Tomb Raider Review

    The name Lara Croft has been a house hold name in the gaming industry since debuting in 1996 with titles being released for the Sega...

  • Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance Review

      There is a saying that Raiden says in the first few minutes of the game: “One sword keeps another in the sheath”. Thankfully, this...

  • Dead Space 3 Single Player Review – It isn’t the horror that scares us

    The original Dead Space was iconic. In a shifting world where action spoke louder than horror, Dead Space maintained the essential qualities to create a...

  • Dead Space 3 Review

      Videogames aren’t always logical, nor should they always be. One of the most successful video game franchises, and one of the highly rated as...

  • Red Dead Redemption Review

      Many people who have played Rockstar’s Grand Theft Auto franchise would probably just simply judge Red Dead Redemption as “GTA in the Wild West”....