It’s that time of year again. PES 2019 has arrived and despite toying with the idea of giving it a miss this year the lure of the Master League is […]
FIFA 19 Ultimate Team – Real World Scouting, Wonderkids, Best Young Players, Ultimate Team Chemistry
Annually we do a real-world scouting guide for PES and the Master League. Now for the first time here is the same guide for FIFA 19 and Ultimate Team. Hopefully, […]
PES 2019 Real World Scouting, Master League Players To Sign, Wonderkids, Best Young Players, Master League Player Development
As it’s World Cup year the annual scouting for wonderkids and best young players for 2019 can begin in earnest. Because of the trials of PES master League and needing […]
Extinction Review – Shallow Mix Of Attack On Titan And Shadow Of The Colossus Is Easier On The Eye Than The Fingers
At its heart Extinction is a game built on a simple premise, save the civilians, kill the ogres and stop the town getting crushed and it doesn’t really get much […]
Many people will have been playing Conan Exiles for months while it was in early access on both Steam and Xbox. Now it is in full release so I decided […]
While it tries to cling to the Metal Gear heritage, it clearly isn’t a Metal Gear game. It may have been worked on as an add-on or even paid DLC but other than the cutscenes and menu screens it could have been simply called ‘Survive’ and would surely have garnered a better response from the public. These are questions we will never know the answer to but if you know what you are getting into you will find a great deal of challenge and satisfaction in Metal Gear Survive if very little fun at a budget price.
I desperately wanted to like Kingdom Come: Deliverance since I first heard about it and what the developers were looking to achieve. A historically accurate RPG set in Bohemia in […]
The Far Cry games are among some of my most favourite games yet as the series edges closer to reality it becomes slightly uncomfortable to play
#fortnite When this finally arrives on mobile it will get even bigger so it makes sense to jump back in now to both the single and multiplayer aspects as both have improved remarkably since release.
This is an embarrassing post. Last month I wrote about how much I was enjoying the confusing world of Monster Hunter World on PS4. I had fully expected to do […]
Torment Tides Of Numenera was an impulse buy. The box and blurb promised a deep story and old style RPG trappings. The game itself delivers on all these fronts but […]
#monsterhunterworld I thought it best to chronicle my comical journey through the game until I complete it or get overwhelmed.
The UFC games have always been a happy moment on the calendar. In the absence of a current generation Fight Night or indeed any Boxing game and the continued disappointment of the […]
I am a bit late in reviewing this game as I only started it over Christmas. Having been a longtime fan of the series I fell off the wagon after […]
The first review after the Christmas break is Rainbow Six Siege. Although the game has been out for a few years it continues Ubisoft’s trend of supporting games long […]
2017 has been a stellar year for gaming, from console exclusives to the release of the surprisingly excellent Nintendo Switch. There have been so many games that some don’t make the […]