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William Reviews – Battle Chasers: Nightwar

Hasn’t Kickstarter been great for the world? Everyday idiots can beg strangers for money to fund their hair-brained schemes and for every 100 or so terrible ideas there will be 1 gem. Battle Chasers: Nightwar is one of those gems! Funded almost entirely off the back of generous donations, Battle Chasers is a labor of […]

Launch Date for Switch Exclusive Castle of Heart Revealed!

Castle of Heart, the upcoming platform game from 7Levels, will be released on the Nintendo eShop on 23rd March. Castle of Heart is a classic action platformer where players take control of a cursed knight who has been turned to stone by an evil sorcerer’s spell. Our brave hero must travel all the way from their […]

Javier’s thoughts / a review of Warframe

I downloaded Warframe a few years ago and then quickly abandoned it. So how has so much changed that I can now happily play it (with friends) for 11 hours straight? Clearly updates over the years and the most recent addition ‘plains of eidolon’ have made it a very enjoyable game. Whilst it’s not the […]

Javier Reviews – Ghost Recon: Wildlands

Ghost Recon: Wildlands has been out for almost a year now and I’ve only just started playing it. This isn’t a review as such more of a write up to tell you that this £15 game is worth a lot more than that, so go and buy it with 1 or 2 mates. I understand […]

Salman Reviews – Secret Hitler

One of my favorite things to do is to get a bunch of friends together and have a good time playing some kind of party game or board game. Board games are super fun to me but they get old really, really fast and you’re not gonna play Monopoly after one match that’s for sure. […]

Joe Reviews – Kingdom Come: Deliverance

Kingdom Come: Deliverance is an interesting title for sure, being a revival of the long-forgotten historically accurate RPGs of old; having had the opportunity to play this title at the prestigious Hever Castle back in December, I had an absolute blast (Which you can read HERE) – Fast-forward 3 months and the game is finally about […]

Ben Reviews – Nantucket

Have you ever thought, I want to be a whaler? No? didn’t think so, not that you could anyway since it’s been illegal since 1986, which really isn’t that long ago. Nantucket gives you the chance to learn about whaling and managing a ship, all for the endgame of taking down Moby Dick.

Will Reviews- Attack of the Earthlings

Yes. That’s my review, right there. Yes. I approve of this game. “Attack of the earthlings” is everything games should be more of nowadays. It’s honest, charming, familiar without being derivative, and without a shadow of a doubt a whole lot of fun. Coming to us from Team Junkfish, a little studio on Scotland whose […]

Film & TV Club

Welcome to Respawning’s Film & TV Club! The purpose of this is to get a bunch of us together every Wednesday and allow us the chance to chat shit about whatever takes our fancy in the world of Films & TV! This week we’re talking about the films we want to see win at the […]

Javier Reviews: Under Night In-Birth Exe: Late(st)

Welcome to Under night in-birth, this is not entirely a new game and is more of a re-hash of UNI-B Exe:Late. The game releases for PS4, PS3 and PSVita on February 9, 2018 in both EU and NA. It adds a new combat system and also adds new characters to the game (some existing who […]

Josef Reviews – Darkest Dungeon (Nintendo Switch)

Here I was thinking the switch was the most family friendly console I’ve played. Then I received the task to play Darkest Dungeon, which is like being sentenced to death multiple times in a week. Not because it’s a bad game, if anything the game is a wonderful challenge and suits the Switch perfectly. However […]

Josef Reviews – The Longest Five Minutes

The Switch has quickly become my favourite gaming console; it’s not only a platform for exclusive first party titles, but it has become a safe haven for Indie titles to shine under the right spotlight. Quickly Indies are outselling their previous sales within a few days of being on the switch..! Today I have brought […]

Javier reviews (gushes over): Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Final remix

Kingdom hearts was a HUGE part of my childhood and is most definitely one of the games that led me into becoming a gaming addict. So my opening statement goes something like this: There are no other games that manages to combine very different universes with as much charm, fun and steadfast game play as […]

Colin Reviews – DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY NT

DISSIDIA FINAL FANTASY is the action fighting game spin-off of the FINAL FANTASY franchise which collects heroes and villains together across from the series’ vast catalog and pits them against each other. The franchise originally began on the PlayStation Portable back in 2008 and a sequel was released in 2011 titled Dissidia Duodecim Final Fantasy.

Rule the Streets of Kamurocho and Onomichi with Yakuza 6: The Song of Life Clan Creator Minigame

Gray jacket, red shirt with the collar up and that perfectly styled hair. It’s him, Kazuma Kiryu, the Dragon of Dojima, with a dozen of the strongest men known in Kamurocho. You’ve done your best to put together the strongest team possible in hopes of conquering this territory. Two dozen bodies move, flooding the streets […]

Kingdom Come: Deliverance – Of Minds, Blades and Schnapps!

Warhorse Studios and Deep Silver today released a new gameplay video for the upcoming RPG KINGDOM COME: DELIVERANCE launching on 13 February 2018 for PlayStation®4, PC and Xbox One the all in one entertainment system from Microsoft.

Luke Reviews – Lost Sphear

Retro is always better. That’s what I’ve told myself a lot when it comes to RPG’s recently. With the release of Final Fantasy XV I thought that perhaps Square Enix had lost their charm. Then came the retro inspired World Of Final Fantasy which made me incredibly happy throughout my entire 30 hour play through. […]

Joe Reviews – Monster Hunter: World

A whole new world… A new fantastic point of view… Wait…. Monster Hunter World is, without overestimating, one hell of a beast (See what I did there..?); having been in Capcom’s figurative pressure-cooker for over 3 years now (At least since Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate), it aimed to bring Monster Hunter back to the olden days […]