With the release of PES 2017, the new football season in full swing and Euro 2016 finished. The savvy player will already have a list of Master League young players […]
After receiving the excellent collector’s edition of this game I have been lucky enough to get an extended playtime with it. It is the perfect Hitman game for me, however, […]
Unboxing of the Xboxone Collector’s Edition Of Hitman
When I played Splatoon, I was excited at the prospect but ultimately disappointed at the end product. A number of Nintendo only traits ruined what could have been a great […]
This week like many gamers I was faced with a choice of games. Due to finances, I could only pick one. I have a pile of shame that isn’t ready for trading in, yet the allure of one shiny new game was too much. The picture will tell you the surprising choice I made.
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 […]
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.
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.
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.
Unlike other games, I have been in no rush to do a piece on the latest Metal Gear Solid Game. In fact I have been playing it sparsely in an effort to make it last as long as possible. As such a review in the traditional sense is impossible. These are just a few thoughts on what works and what doesn’t in Kojima’s latest epic.
Despite recent efforts, Rare were once the definition of quality in games design. For a time during the N64 lifespan, they even surpassed Nintendo themselves for quality and creativity. The newly released Rare Replay gathers together 30 of their most famous games on one disc, despite a few glaring omissions, the collection is a reminder of how far the industry has come.
It has been a long time coming. Slowly the effects of age, time and other factors have killed team deathmatch and competitive gaming for me. But how did this happen? Am I just getting old? Let’s look back over the phases of multiplayer gaming.