Mad Max Review

Clashing steel and grinding wheels, hooning across land and blood on the sand, face punching action bringing great satisfaction. That’s what Mad Max films have always been about, and that’s …

Rare Replay Review

If you’re interested in gaming history, or just want a bit of colourful and quirky fun, Rare Replay is a no-brainer at its $40 entry fee. The compilation offers thirty …

Batman: Arkham Knight Review

Every kid’s dream is to become a superhero and Batman: Arkham Knight let’s you be the greatest masked vigilante of them all. “I’M BATMAN”, and it feels so good. Rocksteady’s …

Wolfenstein: The Old Blood Review

What could possibly be more fun than space Nazis? Well how about Nazi zombies. Just like The New Order, MachineGames have done an amazing job with the latest instalment in …

Saint’s Row IV Review

You’re climbing a nuclear missile heading for Washington DC, hurtling towards the stratosphere, disabling it with seconds to spare, and then free falling right into the Oval Office, before becoming …

Shovel Knight Review

What’s missing from every great fairy-tale you’ve ever read? I’ll give you a list: an eight bit sound track, knights who fight with shovels and of course a mysterious merchant …

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 Review

Resident Evil: Revelations 2 sits comfortably somewhere between disappointing and ambitious, never quite totally embodying either. For the most part, this latest entry in the Resident Evil series sticks to …

Dying Light Review

Interesting characters, a fun crafting system, and an engaging open world make Dying Light the equivalent of a Far Cry game with zombies!   DL’s gameplay is reminiscent of developer …