Dare to venture down into the Metro? It may well be the last time you’ll see the Light
All in all, Ryse is the very testudo formation it practices so often within the game. You’re either going to find a chink in its armour and pick away at it with criticism, ultimately ruining the experience, or you’ll keep on trucking.
FIFA 15 is paint-by-numbers in the very best way, in that it delivers exactly what was promised.
Forza Horizon 2 follows in the footsteps of the original admirably but also expands on what made the first game so great.
Cannon Brawl is a marvellously mayhem filled mix of the strategy and artillery genres.
Kinect Sports Rivals is a mixed bag. It’s certainly the best motion detection game I’ve played to date, though that isn’t an awfully long list.
Often lauded as one of the premiere launch titles for the Xbox One, Dead Rising 3 has its work cut out for it if it’s to make an impact in the South African market, especially with the PS4 having been traipsing around the country for a while now.
Destiny doesn’t quite live up to the hype surrounding it. Here’s why.
While the Wii U version of Bayonetta doesn’t bring anything particularly special to the table, it is and for the foreseeable future will remain the definitive version of the fantastic hack and slash game.
Super Time Force Ultra, humorously and perhaps appropriately abbreviated as STFU, is the PC release of the formerly Xbox exclusive… Read More »
From Second Son to First Light, Neon bright Fetch shines her way into infamy with all of her might.
It’s immediately clear that Halfway has some stellar indie pedigree behind it, but a couple minor flaws stack up so that Halfway doesn’t quite go all the way.