It’s that time of year again. A new Dark Souls is upon us and I feel the draw of the game pulling me in. So despite my hatred for the […]
Microsoft and Remedy’s big first quarter release is now upon us, and it is garnering mixed reviews across the board. The problem I have with this game is the same as the reviews. Some things are very good and others are bad, luckily that’s exactly what I expected.
With the continued rise in MMA fighting, EA has devoted all its time to producing a series of UFC titles. The Latest UFC 2, features excellent striking, character models and game modes, yet suffers from the same confusing grapple mechanics and submissions.
My only advice is to trust no-one and play nice. If you go in all guns blazing, you will be put in your place. If this sounds like a challenge to you go ahead. The DZ is the schoolyard and there is always a bigger bully than you.
The Division, Ubisoft’s latest shooter, has been in development for what seems like forever. The past three E3 shows have featured it, leading some to believe it would never come out. Released today, the game is surprisingly set up for single player, despite the focus on co-op and multiplayer.
Following on from my post regarding Steam Gaming on the 2015 Macbook Pro, there was a part of me jealous that I couldn’t play some of the older Windows games […]
The game now available for PS4 for £14.99, takes a traditional approach to wrestling games. If you think WWE No Mercy, you will have a good starting point. Anyone who preferred the freedom of those games to the flash of the Smackdown series, should definitely keep reading.
Over the holiday period I experienced my first Steam sale. Not being a PC gamer since childhood, I had only jealously looked at others buying games for virtually nothing. This year I spent the whole of the holidays adding games to my library. Best of all I was able to do It on my mid-range Macbook.
Just Cause 3 has the potential to be a Minecraft for adults. The destructible playground it presents, makes you feel like anything is possible in its world. As Rico Rodriguez, you are a one man Expendables, killing and destroying an evil regime in the most imaginative ways possible. Unfortunately some hefty technical glitches continue to ruin the experience, even weeks after release.
By no means am I a Football Manger Expert, yet every year when the game comes out, the undeniable draw to buy it and have another go, proves too strong to resist. For this years edition, Let’s look at why starting a new game is the hook, that can lead to addiction. This is no beginner’s guide.
A late review, but unlike some, I want to spend some quality time with a game before taking a look at it. Star War Battlefront has been a game long awaited by anyone with a passing interest in the films. For those of a certain age, this is a perfect game.
As a fan of Fallout 3, naturally I bought Fallout 4. The hype for this game is off the charts and even people who have no interest, are hooked in by the simple and catchy ads. Unfortunately the game itself, like a lot of Bethesda games, lacks fun.
In the nine months I have been waiting for the arrival of my first child, one question has been nagging at the back of my head. Will I still be able to Game? After a week it turns out that there is no simple answer to this.
Having slogged my way through WWE 2K15 and it’s realistic career mode, I was naturally sceptical about diving in again. I needn’t have been worried, 2K16 puts the series back on track despite a few graphical hiccups.
As a huge Halo fan, Halo 5 was the first game I preordered this year. The thought of the Master Chief continuing his story on this generation of consoles was almost too much to wait on. Now it’s here I have mixed feelings over the package on offer.
Christmas is just around the corner and time of work means time to game. These are the top picks for Xmas 2015 gaming, from the games yet to be released.