• New Star Manager – Nintendo Switch Review

    New Star Manager has hit the Switch and I must admit that it’s nice to see more sport management games hit the Switch. New Star Manager is a port over from the mobile version, dubbed a premium version, it doesn’t have adverts, there is no in-game shop for microtransactions...
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    Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown – Review

    The Ace Combat series has a lineage that stretches back to arcade game Air Combat in 1993 but even then, the subsequent PlayStation versions were still seen as a novelty for consoles. There are a number of obvious reasons why, but the main one is that flying a plane...
  • Venom Charge & Store for Nintendo Switch Review

    Venom has launched a new device for the Nintendo Switch and this one is designed to hold 6 Games, a Pro Controller, a set of Joy Cons and a Pokeball Plus accessory. Now, first thing you would think of when it comes to all of that Jazz in one...
  • Blue Rider – Nintendo Switch Review

    Blue rider is a top-down shooter where you have various stages to complete, of which there are 9 stages to complete in total. You fly a ship through the stages and defeat the different enemies that are roaming about and at the end of each stage, there’s a boss...
  • Mudrunners: American Wilds – Nintendo Switch

    Mudrunners starts off by introducing you to it through a brief tutorial, and that’s exactly what it is…. Brief. You learn the basics of driving the truck, unlocking others and how to use the winch. You can then either go into a single player mode or do some challenges....
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    Instant Tennis – Nintendo Switch Review

    For a while, I’ve been wanting a sports game likes Wii Sports, its known that the joy cons have the ability for motion control, so it kind of bewildered me that no one has really taken advantage of it fully in terms of sports games. This brings me nicely...
  • Carnival Games Review – Nintendo Switch

    Carnival games on Nintendo Switch is one of those games which doesn’t take itself seriously, designed mainly for a fun family get together around the TV playing mini-games, it’s meant for an escape from the RPGs and other games of the world. Carnival games was originally released on the...
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    Horizon Turbo Chase Review

    One genre that I do enjoy playing is racers, whether it’s a sim or arcade I always love my time with them, mainly because it’s a change from the shooters or RPGs that I’m normally playing. So when Horizon Chase Turbo came along, I was looking forward to giving...
  • PlayStation Classic Review

    PlayStation Classic Review – Is Bigger Better?

    Small but mighty The design of PlayStation Classic perfectly mirrors the original console, with the same logo, button layout and packaging – but 45% smaller than 1994’s PlayStation. This miniature console comes complete with two wired controllers, an HDMI cable to connect to your TV, plus a virtual memory...
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    Battlefield V Review

    Battlefield V is the next iteration in the series from DICE following on From Battlefield 1 (Yeah, I thought I was bad with numbers) the new Battlefield game has us now following on from 1 and now heading for World War 2. There is a motto that I could...
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    Fallout 76 Review

    Fallout was one of the games that I was very eager to get my hands on, I love the series and when 76 was announced, though it was an interesting turn for it. While slightly apprehensive I was excited for the game, knowing that I would be able to...
  • 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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    Seagate 2 TB Game Drive for Xbox Review

    So you have an Xbox but your running low on space right? Well rather than going through and deleting all your precious games you might want to think about buying yourself an external USB hard drive but the problem is with so many to choose from which one do...
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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...