God of War – Salman’s Impressions and Thoughts So Far!

So the day has finally come… God of War is in most of our hands and from what I can tell, people are absolutely blown away. I would like to start this piece by mentioning that I was not very excited for this game; personally, I think God of War 3 ended the series on […]

Chris Reviews – Seedship

Wake. It’s not so much a command as it is a sudden reality; at the moment of consciousness, your positronic brain is alert and scanning hundreds of reports taken over thousands of years. It takes less than a moment to acknowledge all the data, and discover why you are now awake: A planet has been […]

Announced: ‘Flinthook’ and ‘Mercenary kings’ get Physical release on Switch

It was announced today that ‘Flinthook’ and ‘Mercenary Kings’, two games by indie studio Tribute games are to be given physical releases this Monday. Also releasing is a limited collector’s edition, which contains both games in a single steelbook case, along with two double-sided posters and both games’ soundtracks- but only 3,000 copies will be made. […]

A Respawning Adventure to EGX Rezzed 2018 (Day 1)!

It’s that time of year yet again where the infamous Tobacco Dock down in Aldgate, London becomes the UK’s bustling centre for all things gaming related! Having attended last year, we had high hopes for this year’s EGX Rezzed, so, after grabbing our press passes and making our way into the industrial complex of Tobacco […]

A day out at the London Games Festival!

When you think the word ‘festival’, you think big and bold, colourful and packed to the brim with content… And that’s initially what I had hoped for when going to the London Games Festival; and boy was I wrong.

William Reviews – Titan Quest

What does a game critic have to work with? Graphics, sound design, gameplay and story are the corner stones of what we work with… So what do we do when we’re presented with a travesty that has nothing good to say about any of that? We get to rip apart a game that probably took […]

Ben’s not cheating… just using the available resources! | A Piece on Macros and Gaming

In the past few weeks, I have been playing RuneScape once again, partly to fuel my nostalgia (I used to play the game a fair amount when I was younger), but also because I enjoy procrastinating way too much. If you’ve not played RuneScape in any way at all, you will find that it is […]

Insomniac’s Spider-Man (PS4) comes out on September 7! | Respawning

Insomniac Studio’s upcoming PS4 exclusive Spider-Man has finally got a confirmed release date in September. Read additional details here, and check out the trailer!

Luke Reviews – Far Cry 5!

Recently, I wrote an article stating that Far Cry 5 was my most hyped game of 2018 (Find it here) and essentially how everything I had seen about the game so far had me incredibly interested and super hyped. The SECOND I wrote this article I realized that Far Cry 5 would need to be […]

Tom Reviews – Late Shift

Have you ever watched a movie before that had you screaming at the TV about how unrealistically the characters are acting to a certain situation? Or thought to yourself: “if that were me I would have done things differently”? If the answer to at least one of those questions is “yes” then Late Shift might […]

Tom Reviews – The Bunker

After recently playing and loving the game Late Shift, I decided to dig around to find a game similar to it. It was this that led me to The Bunker – a game that gave a lot more promise than it delivered. Maybe this was because I was spoilt by how good Late Shift was […]

Salman Reviews – Penny Punching Princess!

Princesses, monsters, kingdoms, anime and capitalism… These words pretty much sum up the whole of Penny Punching Princess – A neat little title on the Nintendo Switch about a Princess who only trusts one thing and one thing only: cold hard cash. You control her in order to exact revenge on a nasty group of […]

Joe Reviews – Ni No Kuni 2: Revenant Kingdom

Level-5 Inc have always had a special place in my heart – having been a new development studio fresh on their feet with the release of the PS2, releasing their first ever title ‘Dark Cloud’ – Fast forward 16 years and the studio have numerous successes and failures under their belt…

Josef Reviews – Attack on Titan 2

Anime has never been my thing, people used to recommend them to be in Secondary school. None of them were appealing or captivating to me enough to stick with and I’d just move on. That was however until I saw Attack on Titan. It’s been over 4 years now since the show blasted itself into […]

Javier Reviews – An American Dream

An American Dream is a satirical take on the gun laws of America – It’s quite apt after recent events, and something we’ve covered previously in other articles; the game replaces every day tasks with guns such as playing catch with your dad or flipping burgers for your first job. The gameplay is a sort of […]

Colin Reviews – Where the Water Tastes Like Wine

Where the Water Tastes Like Wine is a single-player narrative game about traveling and telling stories, set in an America inspired by folklore and the Great Depression. The stories share the theme of the failure of the American Dream, especially as it relates to those outside the mainstream of American society. The player, cursed to wander […]

Fredd Reviews – Golf Story: The Pixelated Golf Game We All Needed!

First off, let me get this loud statement off my chest: OH MY GOD! Where has Golf Story been all my life? Let’s think back to the days of Golf for NES (Nintendo Entertainment System for all you young folk). The crisp sounds, the simplistic control system, the complex golf courses. Golf Story scratches an […]


South Park™: The Fractured But Whole™ From Dusk Till Casa Bonita DLC is now available on PlayStation® 4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One and PC. From the creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, and developed by Ubisoft San Francisco, From Dusk Till Casa Bonita DLC adds an all-new story campaign and superhero […]