The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition is designed for players on a budget, allowing them to purchase one of the company's flagship mice without forking out the high-price for the wireless equivalent. As this version of the Mamba is a fully wired mouse, it is surprisingly slightly heavier than its wireless…
There were many great TV shows we grew up with in the 90s. You have Pokémon which is now in its very successful 20th anniversary and even Yu-Gi-Oh that last year had a new video game release. But one show in particular hasn't had a video game adaptation come over…
Blade & Soul Review A new MMO that combines fighting game combos with multiplayer mechanics has arrived. But is Blade & Soul worth investing time into? Free-To-Play MMO’s are ten a penny in this day and age with titles like Dungeons & Dragons: Neverwinter trying to capitalise on the popularity…
Dragon's Dogma is a fantasy RPG title by Capcom which originally released for the Playstation 3 and Xbox 360 back in 2012. It was fairly well-received in reviews and amassed a cult following from fans due to the interesting Eastern take on Western Fantasy genre conventions and tropes, borrowing ideas…
After the surprise hit of 2015 that was Rocket League, it is no surprise that Sony is trying to tantalise us with another PS Plus exclusive competitive car-based multiplayer title. This one going by the name of Hardware: Rivals; a 10-player arena-based vehicle combat game where players attempt to murder…
After becoming an avid fan of the Rainbow Six series, I have been lying in wait for the next title since Vegas 2. Vegas 1 & 2 were magnificent games for both the single and multiplayer elements, but now it seems the developers are going with a more multiplayer centric…
2015 has been the year of the great big sandbox. We’ve had The Witcher 3, Phantom Pain, Fallout 4, Mad Max, Assassin’s Creed Syndicate and to round a year of fast travelling, endlessly repeating quests and universally weak plot lines, we have Just Cause 3. Just Cause 2 was held…
The world of Fallout has been growing larger and larger with every iteration. Whether you’re climbing out of Vault 13 in search for a water chip or emerging from Vault 101 in search of your father, the experiences are immense with the landscapes, characters and action that inhibits the wasteland.…
Taking a break from the usual single player experience of your standard Zelda game, Tri Force Heroes instead follows the path of Four Swords Adventures on GBA and Gamecube, offering a more social quest to complete with up to 3 people. So, if you walk into Triforce Heroes expecting the…
As the Dozer rumbles towards Aztec City, it brings with it yet another post-apocalyptic RPG with permadeath, roguelike elements and procedural generation. Is Skyshine’s Bedlam yet another cookie cutter indie to throw in the nuclear landfill or is this journey to the Promised Land worth taking? Story is not the…
It’s rare to see woodland critters stabbing each other to death, trying to commit regicide or setting up a kingdom spanning spy network. So, if you are looking for a game where you can see Cottontail pick up a great maul and smash it over the head of the lion…
Ancient Origins introduces more cards to the ever growing Pokemon TCG but if you are new or a returning player to the game, you may be overwhelmed and wish to ease yourself back into the swing of things. If that is the case then there are two theme decks that…
You’re down to your last clip of ammunition as your sniper buddy tries to take out the remaining horde of soldiers who are barrelling down on your position. A gunship is hovering overhead, ready to cut you in half with machine gun fire while a mortar team is ready to…
Trine 3: The Artifacts of Power is the most ambitious Trine game yet. Developer Frozenbyte has made the jump from 2D to 3D with Trine 3 and this both opens the game up in terms of design and increases the burden on the developers. Has this new ambition paid off?…
Satellite Reign puts you in the role of a leader of a criminal syndicate, fighting its way through a cyberpunk city and trying to overthrow the evil megacorp that controls every aspect of human life. Does this spiritual successor to Syndicate fight the power or should it have stayed in…
If there is something captivating about the Deception series it is that the games are pure fun. Nothing seems to feel more exciting than placing traps and looking at the chaos that ensues. Obviously the gameplay is normally coupled by a main character that either has a devious or somewhat…
If there has been one series that has taken me by surprise time and again it has been The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing. The original made me believe in the genre again after the original disappointment of Diablo III. The sequel had me overjoyed to see more steampunk elements…
The Testfires have ceased and the doors have opened. It’s time to see if Nintendo’s first attempt at a competitive online shooter has been a kraken success or an inkredible failure. From the very first time you boot up Splatoon, the game wants you to know that this is an…
In history we have had some incredible avionic and ground skirmishes. Whether they involve tanks, planes, bombers or battleships, these were the fights that have inspired generations of games. But as some titles tend to take inspiration from warfare and turn them into a more arcade-like experience, only some have…
The actors are ready, the rubber suits have been delivered and the pyrotechnics are armed. Is Behold Studios’ Chroma Squad a rip-roaring sentai simulator, or should this strategy RPG be condemned to obscurity like so many bad Power Rangers knockoffs? I previewed Chroma Squad back in the early stages of…
If you were growing up in the nineties then you probably watched one of the biggest shows of the time. Dragonball Z grew to become one of my personal favourite franchises and as the series went on in TV land, the games were starting to take hold. As more and…