For Honor Review

Since the first reveal trailer for For Honor, it was clear that this game would be introducing a unique interpretation of duelling combat. Blocking and attacking from three distinct directions introduces tactic...

Titanfall 2 (+ Angel City DLC)

Back in March 2014, Titanfall delivered a multiplayer shooter with a twist – the chance to fight alongside (and inside) your own powerful robotic mech companion, or ‘Titan’. (And yes, they did – and do – fall.)...

Dishonored 2

Arkane Studios’ 2012 release of Dishonored broke the genre trend of staging adrenaline-fuelled action sequences, instead offering the tools for players to make their own fun, to great effect. Anyone comfortable...

Battlefield 1

World War used to be the go-to setting for shooters, when I was first getting into multiplayer games, but it was almost always the second. The Second World War has an obvious and inarguable "baddie", a familiar...

Mafia III

A couple of weeks ago I wrote a review of NBA 2K17, suggesting that publisher 2K Games would use that otherwise pointless title to fund bigger, better, and more important games. Mafia III is the latest release ...

NBA 2K17

To each their own - is what I tell myself while playing NBA 2K17. There are a group who are passionate for NBA games, and I’m confident they will enjoy the latest 2K Games/Sports release with its increased rang...

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas

Since its original release on iOS in 2013, the creators of Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas have been very forthcoming about the fact that the game was intended to be a “love letter” to some well-loved clas...