LEGO Ninjago The Movie Videogame (Xbox One) Review

It’s become something of a ritual for me, covering a new LEGO title for this site. Since LEGO Jurassic World in 2015, I’ve dipped my toes into all sorts of strange places – from superhero skirmishes (LEGO Marve...

Pro Evolution Soccer 2018 (Xbox One) Review

Pro Evolution Soccer is undoubtedly one of the world’s most iconic franchises. In the early 2000’s, it transcended what any football game had ever accomplished before by influencing a generation of millennials ...

Dragon Quest Heroes II – Review

With Dragon Quest Heroes II, you’re presented with a visually stunning hack n’ slash JRPG developed by the same team behind Dynasty Warriors. With a strong pedigree and incredible sales figures in Japan (this w...

Sniper Elite 4 (Xbox One) – Review

The Sniper Elite series is the epitome of a sleeper hit. It’s the John Wick of the gaming industry. Since September 2005, Rebellion Developments have been serving up punters with unparalleled marksman mayhem – ...

Dishonoured 2 Review (Xbox One)

From the moment I traveled beyond the rat-plagued streets of Dunwall to the stunning coastal realms of Karnaca, Dishonoured 2 had me completely and utterly under its spell. It’s four years on and Arkane Studios...

FIFA 17 (Xbox One) Review

As a twenty-something British chap who considers himself something of a ‘lad’, FIFA-playing is practically a rite of passage. Since 2011, it’s a rite I’ve taken extremely seriously - dedicating more hours of my...

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (Xbox One) Review

Despite owning a physical copy of Deus Ex: Human Revolution and being quite aware of its cult classic status, I’ve yet to actually play it. You can boo, you may hiss - but I think it puts this particular review...

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens (Xbox One) Review

(Sung to the tune of the main Star Wars theme:) Dum dum dum daah, daah! Da da da daah daah! Da da da daah daah! Da da daah daah! It’s that time again – time for LEGO, Traveller’s Tales and Warner Bros to rub th...

Mirror’s Edge: Catalyst (Xbox One) Review

If it’s possible to remember videogames in relation to the time in which they were produced, then the original 2008 title Mirror’s Edge is something of a masterpiece. It introduced a mechanic to the world we’d ...

DOOM (2016): A Month On…

It’s hard to believe DOOM is almost a month old already.It’s even harder to believe that in the same month of its release, we’ve also welcomed 2K’s Battleborn and Blizzard’s Overwatch to the world. If there’s o...