Open World Reviews
Rise of the Tomb Raider shows us what should be coming out of AAA game development studios. It is going to set a new standard on story and gameplay. Check out our review!
Hearts of Stone’s story is a truly impressive piece of DLC worthy of your coin. Find out why right here!
Syndicate is the latest iteration in the Assassin’s Creed annual releases. While some people criticize Ubisoft’s decision to keep it an annual release, it turns out the latest installment is pretty decent. Find out why right here!
Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain (PS4) (Action, Adventure, Open World, Sandbox, Shooter, Stealth)August 25, 2015 -
Is Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain the best game we’ve played this year ? What makes it so special ? Check out our review to find out!
We finally have our review of The Witcher 3 (PS4). Hit the link to find out if Geralt’s final adventure is worthy of your coin.
What can be said about the Borderlands franchise that haven’t been said before? The first game in the series was well received, but it was the sequel, Borderlands 2, that really made a splash. Now this popular game is remade for new generation consoles, bundled with The Pre-Sequel! and all of the DLC for both games. Is the game worth your time (for a second time), or is it worth buying just to experience The Pre-Sequel! on next gen hardware?
In a franchise where anything goes, hell seems to be a fitting milieu for the Saints. Combine this with a crazy premise of tearing hell a new one to stop Satan’s daughter from marrying the Boss, it seems like Gat ouf of Hell can’t put a foot wrong…
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition is a good game, but a far from ideal re-release.
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.
From Second Son to First Light, Neon bright Fetch shines her way into infamy with all of her might.
Risen 3: Titan Lords is a 60 hour long action RPG game full of frustration, enjoyment, confusion and disappointment.
I used to think that any game with a sniper rifle is a good game. Unfortunately, I’ve been proven wrong many times before, but still, nothing beats the excitement of a well-planned and executed shot from an unknown location.