Review: World of Final Fantasy

World of Final Fantasy is an adorable tribute to the beloved near thirty-year-old Final Fantasy series. Despite a lacklustre story

Review: Ace Banana

Once banished from the gaming lands, motion controls have hitched a ride on the VR bandwagon in an attempt to

Review: Dead By Daylight

In mid-June this year Canadian-based indie developer Behaviour Interactive released Dead By Daylight, an online multiplayer survival horror game that

Review: Titanfall 2

Titanfall 2 is emerging from the colossus shadows of Battlefield 1 before we’ve had a chance to catch our collective

Review: Job Simulator

Job Simulator was a game I was really hoping to see make it to PlayStation VR. Being one of those

Review: Skylanders Imaginators

The Skylanders franchise is back with Imaginators, offering up acreate-your-own hero alongside a new mystical power and a new way

Review: Batman: Arkham Asylum

Let’s face it: no one is reading this article, because they’ve already played Batman: Arkham Asylum. If you’re haven’t, you should

Review: 100ft Robot Golf

A future where robots take the place of humans on the sporting field is inevitable. With worries over the long

Review: Batman: Arkham City

Batman: Arkham Asylum was a masterpiece. The perfect representation of Batman in a video game to date, it’s highly scripted nature

Review: WWE 2K17

Sports games are curious things. With year on year iterations, publishers always seem to be wracking their brains, desperate for

Review: Battlefield 1

Battlefield 1 is deeply respectful of shocking, horrid events that occurred more than 100 years ago and irreparably altered the

Review: Tumble VR

Tumble VR is a great motion-controlled game that really doesn’t need VR. A puzzle game developed by Until Dawn‘s Supermassive, Tumble VR has

Review: RIGS: Mechanised Combat League

RIGS: Mechanised Combat League does as much right as it does completely wrong. At its core, RIGS is simple: climb

Review: Mafia III

Mafia III is an interesting beast to play from a critic’s perspective. In some areas the game excels more than any

Review: Dragon Quest Builders

You would be forgiven for assuming Dragon Quest Builders is a Minecraft clone or even just a licensed skin. At

Review: WRC 6

After the first 10 minutes of WRC 6, you’ll know what you’re in for. Typically, I would say this is the