Samurai Warriors 5 – PS4 Review

One versus a thousand You might think that that phrase can be interpreted in multiple ways: a philosophical mindset, a mental state, or a frame of mind. You would be forgiven if you overlooked the literal meaning behind the phrase: One person versus a lot of other people. Samurai Warriors 5 is a game that... Continue Reading →

Olympic Games Tokyo 2020: The Official Video Game – PS4 Review

 The Olympics. Two words that represent thousands of years of epic competition; the best of the best competing for pride and eternal glory. It is every athlete's dream to be in these hallowed games and let's face it, while we may not all be Jesse Owens, video games have given us a chance to don... Continue Reading →

Chivalry II – PS5 Review

"I was standing on the castle battlements, overlooking the fields ahead of me. It was a hot day. The sun had been beating down on me and my men and fatigue had begun to set in. It was only midday and yet I felt that I had been awake for days. My armour was heavy... Continue Reading →

MotoGP 21 – PS5 Review

A lot has happened over the past 14 months which has disrupted sporting events across the globe. Sports fans are slowly starting to get back into their viewing schedules and gaming companies are starting to release titles that cover the now-infamous 20/21 season. It has been two years since Milestone released their hit title MotoGP... Continue Reading →

Outriders – PS5 Review

The year is 2004. Teenage me had spent the last few years enthralled with games like Serious Sam, Quake, and Doom. They were far too entertaining. I needed more. I remember sitting down on a warm summer's evening to install the next chapter in my gaming adventures: "Painkiller". This high-octane slaughter-fest from developers "People Can... Continue Reading →

Tales From The Borderlands Review

A notable resident of Earth once wrote that "Nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes." Residents of Pandora have a similar expression: "Nothing can be said to be certain, except death and explosions...and blood, and betrayal, and psychos...and bike races, sand, skags, and sporks." It doesn't quite have the same ring... Continue Reading →

Stardew Valley Patch 1.5 Review

If you are in any way familiar with ConcernedApe and his updates then you will already be aware that this man does not mess around when it comes to content patches. A Stardew Valley Patch usually contains so much content, bug fixes, and quality of life upgrades that you find yourself having to dedicate a... Continue Reading →

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