Don’t Starve Review

  Don’t starve is a simple concept.  Eat and you will survive.  Easier said than done when you are thrust into an unknown world, by a machine you were tricked into making.  It’s enough to drive anyone nuts, so any questions?  What am I doing here? How did I get here?  What am I going ..

Zombi – Xbox One Review

ZombiU an original launch title for the WiiU finally manages to drag it’s festering corpse onto the Xbox One. But after a three year wait has it been worth it? The game starts with you being totally overrun in a zombie infested London. A voice crackles into life through a tannoy system shouting instructions at you. ..

Toy Soldiers: Toy Chest Edition Review

Some of you will remember a certain Arcade game which took gamers by storm back on the Xbox 360.  It combined tower defence with third person shooter, adding in a little bit of novelty from their childhoods.  The game I’m talking about is Toy Soldiers, which rolled onto the Xbox Scene back in 2010.  Amazing ..

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons Xbox One Review

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons was originally released over 2 years ago in August 2013 when it came to the Xbox 360 before moving on to PC and PS3.  Now it has become another in what is now a very long list of games to be given the re-release treatment for current gen consoles.  ..

Tembo the Badass Elephant Review

Tembo the Badass Elephant.  You’ve got to just sit back and look at that name and just wonder what they were smoking in the Game Freak offices the day that name was devised and approved.  That being said, these are the guys that brought us Pokemon, and hugely successful global franchise, and one where imagination ..

No Time To Explain Review

No Time To Explain is a 2D side scrolling platform game from TinyBuild studios.  It was originally released in 2013 on PC after a successful kickstarter campaign.  While it had some technological issues it was received well and the dev team decided to give it an upheaval for a remastered version on PC and Xbox ..

Slash Dash Review

In a time long forgotten, before the days of Xbox Live, the local multiplayer regained supreme overlord of the gaming landscape.  Often it was seen by the many that a game could be deemed great if it was good locally to play, hence why Halo shined so brightly for many people, but it is a ..

Q.U.B.E. Director’s Cut Review – Xbox One

GAME: Q.U.B.E. Director’s CutCREATED BY: TOXIC GAMES and GRIP GAMES Q.U.B.E. has been out for 4 years already as a cult puzzler, which almost inevitably, will be compared to a certain Valve brain teaser featuring a gun with dual polarities. I shall try very hard not to speak it’s name here. Through [email protected] it has received a ..

Rare Replay Review – Xbox One

GAME: Rare ReplayCREATED BY: Rare As much as I would have much preferred the name of Ultimate: Play the Game Replay, the powers at Microsoft had to go with using Rare. Who can blame them though? The company, in whichever guise you know it from, has been a major player in the gaming industry for ..

Tachyon Project Review – Xbox One

GAME: Tachyon ProjectMADE BY: Eclipse Games It used to be, back in my day anyway, when you thought of a twin-stick shooter it would have been something like Robotron or Smash TV. Nowadays everything has been forgotten in favour of the Bizarre Creations classic Geometry Wars. It is a terrific benchmark for this type of ..

The Fall – Xbox One Review

It doesn’t come much more old school than Over The Moons kickstart funded The Fall. An old school exploration game which is usually more suited to a pc thanks to its point and click gameplay. The Fall is the first game in a trilogy of titles that places you in the role of an A.I. ..

F1 2015: Review

In a gaming world where Forza Motorsport has taken pole position on the Xbox One, old racers which started out on the original Xbox have struggled to fight against the mighty Turn 10 developments.  One of the old field leaders was the F1 franchises from Codemasters, features rich with excellent gameplay for the time, offering ..