Category: Reviews


DEAL ALERT! – Dead Island Definitive Edition upgrade for £1.80 on steam

Looking for a juicy, zombie brain coated deal?

Then look no further!

Currently on Steam, you can pre-purchase the upcoming Dead Island Definitive Edition that comes with a copy of the original Dead Island and Dead Island Riptide. Both games have been updated to include : ” Improved graphics, game models and a photo realistic lighting system with physically based shading”. Read more …


Quantum Break Review

Time is breaking, fracturing. Multiple timelines converging into one, bending the fabric of physics and causing untold destruction.

You are Jack Joyce, intimately tied to the two people that caused this to happen, brother to one, William Joyce and childhood friend of the other, Paul Serene. You are, by all accounts, a waste of potential. Outrunning anything and anyone that causes you to feel anything. That is, until Paul reaches out; he needs help with something. In all your years you have you never known Paul ask for anything. He is fiercely independent. This intrigues you, and before you know it you are drawn into a world you never wanted to be the saviour of. Read more …


Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom Review

I don’t have a history of taking things too seriously. Some people call it a character flaw, but I consider it an asset. I mean, who wants to spend their lives being a grown up when you could spend it being awesome, right? So when the chance to play a game that promised to be precisely as silly as I am, I jumped at it.

Masquerade: The Baubles of Doom opens with a dick joke. Needless to say, we were off to a good start. Read more …


Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite Review

With fighting games making a huge comeback in recent years it seems virtually every franchise is trying something unique to draw people in. Mortal Kombat has the gore, Injustice has the DC licences and Marvel vs. Capcom has the tag system. Nitroplus Blasterz: Heroines Infinite has…. an all female roster of characters from obscure Japanese manga novels and anime.

Okay, granted this might not be the most thrilling hook for all but the most hardcore of anime lovers but underneath it all is a very entertaining, if slightly barebones, game that is worth a try. Read more …


Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek Xbox One Review

Developers Artifex Mundi are carving out something of a niche for themselves on Xbox One in the point and click/ hidden object game genre with both Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart and now Enigmatis: The Ghosts of Maple Creek making the jump from PC to the console audience.

Enigmatis is the more recent of the two to be released and focuses on a detective searching for a missing girl in a small town in the Maple Creek valley. Unfortunately for her, a storm has devastated the town and left her with short term amnesia. To compound matters further, the storm destroyed her room and diary, meaning she will have to start from scratch with the investigation. Read more …