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Divinity Original Sin Enhanced Edition Review

I’m not a huge RPG gamer, I have played the big ones: Diablo, Mass Effect, The Elder Scrolls, Dragon Age and Fallout. Many of these games have a simple and easy to use interface and set up, something that is... Continue Reading →


Mayan Death Robots Review

Mayan Death Robots is described by the developers as a game that “reinvents the artillery genre (think worms) in a Mayan setting invaded by alien killing machines”. Reinventing a Worms title is nothing new, that particular groundbreaking franchise has no... Continue Reading →

Fallout 4 Review

As I wandered the Wasteland in Fallout 4, I was transported to another world, another time and it is one that I have seen before. I was Mel Gibson as Mad Max, I was Denzel in The Book of Eli,... Continue Reading →

Warhammer End Times: Vermintide Review

Warhammer End Times: Vermintide is the newest entry in the gaming market from the hugely profitable table-top war-gaming brand Warhammer. Games Workshop has had a slightly inconsistent history with the release of their video games, from the reasonably successful Warhammer... Continue Reading →

Halo 5: Guardians Review

Halo has meant a great many things to people over the years. Some find it an enjoyable and challenging multiplayer experience, others love the sprawling battles and the large scale vehicle warfare. For me, it has always been about the... Continue Reading →

Penarium Review

A family day out to the circus sounds like fun right? Walk into the huge marquee, grab a drink and some nuts before setting in to watch the show. Cheer from the crowd as you watch the lion tamers, trapeze... Continue Reading →

Pumped BMX+ Review

Pumped BMX + is a first for me: it is the first time in my journalistic career, that I have been unable to find a single redeeming quality of a game. I don’t make that statement lightly, I was even... Continue Reading →

Super Toy Cars Review

Super Toy Cars is a throwback to a different epoch in gaming: I remember it well, I remember sitting at my Sega Mega Drive (or the Sega Genesis to our friends in the US), playing Micro Machines. I don’t have... Continue Reading →

Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain Review

They say that you should never meet your heroes. This was the one, overriding thought that was looping in my mind as I finished Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain. I love the Metal Gear games and Metal Gear... Continue Reading →

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