• Grip: Combat Racing – Nintendo Switch Review

    Grip: Combat Racing has come at us as a spiritual successor to 1999 PC and Playstation game Rollcage. Bringing to Switch high speed, rolling races, which on the front of things would be enough to get people excited for a racing game on Nintendo’s Hybrid Console. Right from the...
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    Spyro Reignited Trilogy Review

    When the Spyro trilogy was (finally) announced there was nostalgia flying everywhere from people excited to play the series again, except from me that was. I never played the original games (to my wife dismay), I never had a PS1 when growing up, I started with a Commodore 64...
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    Pokémon Let’s Go Pikachu Review

    I am going to start this review by saying that Pokémon Let’s Go is the first Pokémon game that I have ever played. I obviously know of Pokémon, what they are etc I’ve just never had the chance to play the games, either I never had a DS etc...
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    Diablo 3 (Nintendo Switch) Review

    Diablo 3 has launched on Nintendo Switch and if you had told me this was going to happen when the Switch was announced, I would have probably laughed at you. Diablo 3 is one of my favourite games, it was the first Diablo I played and I absolutely loved...
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    Xbox White Elite Controller Review, Best Gamepad Ever?

    For some reason though Microsoft took it into their heads to significantly alter it for the Xbox One, redesigning and adding features that were neither asked for or necessary. It’s still a good joypad but arguably worse then its predecessor and now only slightly ahead of the PlayStation 4’s...
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    LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7: Review

    LEGO Harry Potter: Years 1-4 and LEGO Harry Potter: Years 5-7 The gameplay is similar to other LEGO titles,with a focus on collecting, exploring and solving puzzles. Set in the Harry Potter universe, the game follows the same storyline as the film and book series – with the additional...
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    Football Manager 19 Review

    Football Manager is sort of like a religion to me, I’ve played the series from SI Games right back to the championship manager series when I started playing around the 97/98 season. Every year since I have played the game, and then in 2005 we were introduced to the...
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    Red Dead Redemption 2 Review

    Ain’t nuthin’ like ridin’ a fine horse in new country. One of the biggest and most anticipated games of the year has launched to massive praise, that game? Red Dead Redemption 2. In Red Dead Redemption 2 you play as Arthur Morgan, an outlaw with the Van Der Linde...
  • Lego DC Super Villains Review

    I love the Lego games, especially the Marvel and DC ones, they’re an excuse for me to escape to another realm and lose myself in my favourite franchises. This time Lego DC Super Villains gives a different perspective on things as you’re not playing the Heroes, this time you’re...
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    Call of Duty: Black Ops 4 Review

    Treyarch is back with another Call of Duty Black Ops title. The Black Ops franchise is my favourite of all the Call of Dutys. Black Ops 1 was the first Call of Duty title that I played online extensively and it’s quite funny that most of the time, I’ve...
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    Fishing Sim World Review

    Fishing Sim World seemed especially promising given the fact that I’ve always had a soft spot for Sega Bass Fishing, quite enjoy the fishing mini-game from Nintendo Labo, and am even partial to a bit of Final Fantasy Monsters of the Deep on PlayStation VR. Unfortunately, however, despite some...
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    Assassins Creed Odyssey Review

    Assassins Creed has always been one of my favourite franchises, yes it comes with its issues, but I’ve always found the historical elements to them fascinating and the stories to the games intriguing. I had the pleasure at EGX to get first-hand experience of Assassins Creed Odyssey and I...
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    Jack and Jill DX Review

    Jack and Jill DX is a side scrolling platformer where the aim of the game is to play as either Jack or Jill and have the characters meet up at the other end. That is it, there is no story to the game, and the only thing that you...
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    Planet Alpha Review

    Those of you who are quite familiar with my reviews will know all to well my thoughts on 2/.5d platformers/sidescrollers. They are my kryptonite, my weakness in gaming, I find it hard to get stuck into one for a good amount of time, hence the reason for the lateness...
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    FIFA 19 Review

    Ah, hello again FIFA. It only seems like a year since we last met, oh wait… It was! FIFA 19 brings you your yearly dosage of football updates and goodness. It sometimes makes you think that do they need to release a yearly iteration of the game? Couldn’t they...