Did Ubisoft manage to finish their 3 part DLC trilogy with an epic final installment? Matt Swindell plays through and finds out…
Daud is one of the more memorable antagonists in recent memory. His confrontations with Corvo made for some excellent exchanges in Dishonored, but also presented a lot of questions about his character. In the Knife of Dunwall, we get to… Read More »
The second release for this round of Call of Duty DLC has landed, but does the high standard set by Revolution continue or was I trigger happy in my infatuation?
One of the biggest and most revered movie releases of all-time, The Empire Strikes Back has received more game tie-ins, both directly and indirectly, than most major Hollywood blockbusters. Its not even the first time the film has crossed over with… Read More »
At this stage, releasing a follow-up to Starcraft is a little bit like releasing a follow-up to Football or Chess; it’s so ingrained in esports and gamer culture. Starcraft has been, and probably always will be, a driving force in… Read More »
Zen Pinball 2 might be a free download, but the tables aren’t. The question is: How do you decide which is worth buying and which isn’t? We’re going to put together a series of reviews which might just help. Let’s… Read More »
Ninja Theory came out guns blazing with DmC earlier this year. Dante has been remodelled and reinvigorated and the brand has never looked better for Capcom. Now to draw players back to the game they clocked in January, we’ve got… Read More »
We’re doing something quite different. It’s pretty bold, but we feel it’s a solution to the increasing problem of reviewing the ever-developing game. How does the patch review work? Read about it here The Razing, the 3rd part in ArenaNet’s… Read More »
The second part of The Tyranny of King Washington trilogy has arrived. We had an up and down relationship with the first episode, but generally liked what we played How have Ubisoft upped their game in this second installment?