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Fallout 4… Fallout Never Changes…(Except When It Does)

Ah Fallout my old friend. It’s been far too long!

Fallout and I go way, way back. The original Interplay title in the series was one of my formative gaming experience, when I used to have a go in the world when my dad wasn’t on it. In many ways, Fallout and its successor, Fallout 2, are a large part of the reason I’m here typing this at the moment. Read more …


Rise of the Tomb Raider Review

When Tomb Raider was rebooted in 2013 by developer Crystal Dynamics it proved to be a very divisive game. Many fans liked the more gritty, action oriented approach and more human portrayal of Lara, however just as many critics lamented the lack of actual tomb raiding and puzzle solving elements to the game. Fast forward two years and the developers are trying to marry together what fans loved about the previous game whilst also addressing the issues raised above. Read more …


Luom G10 Gaming Mouse

Gaming is a hugely personal experience, one of direct interaction between the gamer and their device of choice. This being the case, the equipment we use naturally takes on a huge importance in the quality of our experience.

From the fundamentals of mice, keyboards and controllers through to the more exotic joysticks and custom peripherals, gaming peripherals are big business these days, with a vast array of choice out there. You only have to look at the items on offer from companies like Razer, Roccat and the like to see that the gaming public set great store by what they use to access their games of choice and, more importantly, are willing to pay for the right equipment. Read more …


Football Manager 2016

So it’s that time of year again; the scent of Christmas is beginning to appear in the air, the nights are drawing in and the annual iteration of the pre-eminent football management simulator, Football Manager, has broken cover ahead of the festive release melee.

Each year reviewing the latest version of the series becomes a little bit harder. Let’s face it, the core game is about as good as it’s going to get. The mechanics behind the number crunching and the genuinely amazing level of scouting put in are already at a level that you’re unlikely to improve them significantly with any tweaks, and you’d probably be mad to try. Read more …