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Harvey’s New Eyes Review | Weird but Pleasant

on Mon, Aug 26, 2019 | By Gaf Hussain

Adventure games are not as commonplace as the once were back in the early days of gaming. Rather than pointing and clicking to interact with items, gamers were lured away by 3D worlds with shooting and platforming and the rise of platformers and first-person shooters all but rendered the adventure genre defunct. Big budget studios could no longer sustain their businesses...

PlayStation Releases for September 2019

on Wed, Aug 28, 2019 | By Shak

Normally in September you see a rush of games that want to avoid the November madness, so you tend to get a few gems. In any case, here’s the full list of games you can expect for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita platforms in the September 2019: Catherine: Full Body (PlayStation-exclusive) – September 3rdFinal Fantasy VIII Remastered (PSN, PS4-exclusive) – September...

PlayStation Releases for August 2019

on Mon, Aug 5, 2019 | By Shak

August is normally the beginning of the holiday season where you start seeing some big games, this time, not so much. In any case, here’s the full list of games you can expect for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita platforms in the August 2019: Doughlings: Invasion – August 1st Madden NFL 20 – August 2nd The Church in the Darkness – August 2nd Age of Wonders:...

Death’s Gambit Review | The Dark Souls of 2D Platformers

on Mon, Jul 8, 2019 | By Gaf Hussain

Games are one of the greatest mediums out there, and just like a great piece of media, every person experiencing it usually has a different reason as to why they enjoy it. With games; some enjoy story-based adventures others want to compete against their fellow gamers in multiplayer. There are those who just want to get a high score and others who want to feel smart when...

PlayStation Releases for July 2019

on Fri, Jul 5, 2019 | By Shak

July is a very quiet month this year, with hardly any big releases. In any case, here’s the full list of games you can expect for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita platforms in the July 2019: FINAL FANTASY XIV: Shadowbringers – July 2nd Asdivine Dios – July 2nd Paradox Soul – July 2nd WILL: A Wonderful World – July 2nd Tour de France 2019 – July...

F1 2019 Review | If it Ain’t Broke…

on Wed, Jun 26, 2019 | By Gaf Hussain

Over the past 2 years the F1 game franchise has improved by leaps and bounds from prior iterations. Adding more and more small quirky features and little nitty gritty details that build on the overall experience. It seems as though the developers at Codemasters have perfected the gameplay and the visuals, so what more could the possibly do? There are a lot of returning...

Blood & Truth Review | Bloody Brilliant!

on Sat, Jun 22, 2019 | By Gaf Hussain

The highlight of the PSVR Worlds games disc was the London Heist demo. When Sony announced that they were going to develop it into a fully-fledged game we were very excited and could not wait to see what new and innovative things they would do to make it as intense and replayable as the original demo. Renamed to Blood and Truth, the title has a lot to live up to. From...

What is the History Behind the PlayStation Controller Button Shapes?

on Wed, Jun 5, 2019 | By Gaf Hussain

The PlayStation shapes are now synonymous to Sony’s aforementioned console. They have become iconic and at a time where all the competition were using letters, colours or numbers, Sony tried something different. The controller and the shapes were designed by Teiyu Goto, they weren’t just shapes, they all had specific meaning: X – No (switched for Western markets) O...

PlayStation Releases for June 2019

on Sat, Jun 1, 2019 | By Shak

June is normally quite a dry month, but we do get some surprise normally around E3. There’s a good chance one or two games may release immediately on one of the days. In any case, here’s the full list of games you can expect for PS4, PS3 and PS Vita platforms in the June 2019: Warhammer: Chaosbane – June 4th The Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr –...

Unruly Heroes Review | The Best Journey

on Wed, May 29, 2019 | By Gaf Hussain

I always find myself getting tired of the 2D platformer, it all seems to have been done before and there is very little else that can be done. But this thought is usually stamped out when I play a platformer that does something different and new. The last title that was able to get me back into the genre was Guacamelee; its art style, great writing and superb gameplay pushed...

A Plague Tale: Innocence Review | Surprise of the Year

on Fri, May 24, 2019 | By Gaf Hussain

A Plague Tale: Innocence is developed by a studio that have been infamous for making family friendly titles and light-hearted B-tier games. Asobo Studio has finally gone out on a limb to create something gritty, morbid and unique to them. Set in France in the year 1348 during the height of the ‘black death’ or ‘black plague’. As the title states, it is a tale...

State of Play May 9th All the Announcement Trailers

on Fri, May 10, 2019 | By Ben Brown

With E3 just around the corner, and Sony announcing that they won’t be there this year, the hype for State of Play has never been higher. We have all been tempering our excitement and not expecting too much, but we didn’t need to! Final Fantasy VII Remake Predator Hunting Grounds MediEvil Remake Riverbond Monster Hunter World: Iceborne...

World War Z Review | Zombie Horde, More like Zombie Bored

on Mon, May 6, 2019 | By Gaf Hussain

Since Left 4 Dead created the 4-player zombie co-op shooter there have been a few who have tried to emulate it. So far no one have really gotten anywhere close to the style and gameplay, or the interesting characters with their unique dialogue. So, does World War Z and the hordes of zombies get it right? From the outset, World War Z has very few game options. You can...

Snooker 19 Review | Chalk it up as a Win

on Wed, Apr 24, 2019 | By Gaf Hussain

The Snooker World Championship has just started and it feels like there hasn’t been a good snooker game on current gen consoles in a long time. Unlike a football game, the snooker balls pretty much follow the laws of physics. The game itself has been around for over 140 years and still manages to capture the minds of spectators worldwide, many times the players draw...