NeuroVoider Review

NeuroVoider Review

Part twin-stick shooter, part rogue-like, and part loot-heavy RPG, Flying Oak Games’ NeuroVoider combines a number of gameplay mechanics to create something unique. Should you brave its new world of trigger-happy robots and permadeath, or is this one fight not worth taking?

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe Review

Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe Review

After making waves in Japan, Arc System Works and FK Digital’s Chaos Code: New Sign of Catastrophe is making its way stateside to the PlayStation 4 and Steam. Packing some of the deepest mechanics to ever grace a fighting game, is this one fight worth picking?

Danganronpa 1-2 Reload Review – More Hope Than Despair

Danganronpa 1-2 Reload Review – More Hope Than Despair

The students of Hope’s Peak Academy are back in NIS America’s Danganronpa 1-2 Reload, a collection of the original two games in the Danganronpa series. Will these two titles bring you hope, or will they lead to nothing but despair?

WRC 6 Review

WRC 6 Review

As the official rally title of the FIA World Rally Championship, Bigben Interactive and Kylotonn Games’ WRC 6 has some big shoes to fill. Is its world of twisty roads and time trials worth a go, or are you better off sitting this one out?

Horizon Zero Dawn Review

Horizon Zero Dawn Review

A studio best known for lackluster FPS games doesn’t typically venture into unknown terrain quite in the way Guerrilla Games have done with Horizon. Throwing down the gauntlet and breaking into an entirely new genre as the developers of Killzone hope to innovate the open-world RPG market with Horizon Zero Dawn. One of 2017’s most anticipated releases but does it represent the dawn of a new era for open-world gaming or are the best days of Guerrilla Games behind them?

Sniper Elite 4 Review – Disturbingly Satisfying

Sniper Elite 4 Review – Disturbingly Satisfying

Rebellion Developments’ Sniper Elite tactical shooter series has long been a familiar face since its debut in 2005. Nearly 12 years later, has the franchise made enough of a leap for its fourth rendition? Check out our honest game review of Sniper Elite 4 for the full lowdown

Ride 2 Review

Ride 2 Review

There are plenty of driving simulators out on the market today, but the number of motorcycle sims is surprisingly small in comparison. Milestone Italy’s Ride 2 looks to fill that gap, but should you add this title to your garage?

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk Review

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk Review

Berserk and the Band of the Hawk is a hack-and-slash title inspired by the anime series Berserk. Does the game manage to capture the essence of Berserk, or is it just a cheap cash in? Check out our Berserk and the Band of the Hawk review and find out

Nioh Review – Team Ninjas Triumphant Return

Nioh Review – Team Ninjas Triumphant Return

Nioh is a new IP from Sony and Team Ninja that tries to capture the essence of Dark Souls with the fluidity of Ninja Gaiden. Did the development team pull it off, or are you better off skipping this trip to Japan? Check out our Nioh review and make your choice

Tales Of Berseria Review

Tales Of Berseria Review

Tales of Beseria takes place shortly before the last Tales game, Tales of Zesteria. Does this JRPG do enough to separate itself from Zestiria, or are you in for more of the same? Check out our Tales Of Berseria Review to find out more

Digimon World: Next Order Review – A Digital Paradise

Digimon World: Next Order Review – A Digital Paradise

Fulfilling a legacy put in place nearly 20 years ago is no easy feat. Nostalgia often heightens expectations to unrealistic levels and while the original Digimon World was well received by its niche fan-base – 18 years is a long wait. However, that wait is now over with the release of Bandai Namco’s Digimon World: Next Order but is this new digital world worth exploring or as rewarding as Digivolving that Sukamon?