8 hours ago 7

Exile’s End Review – All Too Familiar

Exile's End might not be the best sidescroller on the Playstation 4, but it undoubtedly has a difficult charm that should feel right at home for players that grew up in the NES era.

1 day ago 11

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review – Just More of the Same

I think most lads of the millennial generation have wanted to throw a Kamehameha at some point in their lives. Dragon Ball was the ultimate power fantasy that featured way…

1 day ago 8

Mantis Burn Racing Review: Top Down Got Charm

Mantis Burn Racing comes at a time when the racing genre is skewing towards photorealistic graphics racing simulations like Forza Motorsport, Project Cars or Gran Turismo. VooFoo Studios, who are otherwise known…

3 days ago 14

Reviewing the ISK HD 9999 Monitoring Headphones – Reference Quality On A Budget?

I recently received a very interesting pair of fully enclosed cans from a relatively unknown manufacturer called ISK Pro Audio. The company has a manufacturing plant in China as well…

3 days ago 10

Driveclub VR Review – How Fast Do You Wanna Go?

Even with some rough edges that mar the experience, Driveclub VR is a fine racing title that justifies getting back into the seat of a Koenigsegg Agera R.

4 days ago 7

The Hardware Review: MFG Crosswind Flight Pedals

This review is of a pair of MFG Crosswinds, available from: Simulation (sim-yuh-ley-shuh n). According to the Shorter OED, it means: “The action or an act of simulating something.” I’m…

4 days ago 10

RIGS Mechanized Combat League Review – Bloodsport of the Future

RIGS is THE multiplayer sport I’ve been waiting for on Playstation VR

5 days ago 12

Atlas Reactor Review – Here I Go Again on My Own

Welcome to Atlas Reactor, an incredibly addictive turn-based tactical game that sets you in 4v4 battles where teamwork will be essential and you'll really need to think about what you're doing, but you've only got 20 seconds to make a decision.

5 days ago 14

Dragon Quest Builders Review – Rebuilding the World, One Brick at a Time

Editorial Note You may have read another review of this game we published earlier. However, we received evidence that the review was not conducted with the level of care and thoroughness…

6 days ago 14

Rise of the Tomb Raider – 20 Year Celebration Review: Raiding the Croft Manor

Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration means that finally, PlayStation 4 players get to play Lara Croft’s latest adventure, almost a full year after the original Xbox One…

1 week ago 12

Shadow Warrior 2 Review – More Wang, And Harder Than Ever

Are you fond of jokes about male genitalia? Do you think the name “Wang” opens up a myriad of potential gags? If you are like me and think the odd…

1 week ago 12

Gears of War 4 Review – Mixing the Old with the New

If you think about it, Gears of War 4 feels to be following in the same footsteps of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens. Introducing a new cast intrinsically…

1 week ago 9

Rhythm Paradise Megamix Review – Don’t Miss the Beat

I have a soft spot for rhythm games. When you boil it down to core components, gameplay is always a series of button presses, pressed at just the right time,…

2 weeks ago 25

Ride 2 Review – The Best Two Wheels Has to Offer?

Pick up gamings biggest roster of motorbikes, advance your career and give the bikes your own personal touch in Ride 2, Milestone's biggest outing yet.

2 weeks ago 79

SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 460 Nitro OC Review

Before we get to the SAPPHIRE RX 460 Nitro OC it is important to take a moment and talk about the RX 460 itself and what it brings to the…

2 weeks ago 16

Atlas Reactor Review – Is It Even Worth Taking a Turn?

Editorial Note It has come to our attention that this review was not conducted with the level of care and thoroughness that we demand from our reviewers. As such, the…

2 weeks ago 28

Exist Archive: The Other Side of the Sky Review – Divine Assault: Nibelung Crystalis!

While it may not be the timeless classic that the original Valkyrie Profile strived to be so many years ago, Exist Archive takes that inspirational gameplay and infuses it with more modern tropes.

2 weeks ago 21

Event[0] Review – It Can Only be Attributable to Human Error

Welcome to Event[0], the home of Kaizen. Have an argument with an AI, find out what happened to all the people and explore space.

3 weeks ago 9

Touhou: Scarlet Curiosity Review – A Curious Gensokyo Adventure

While Scarlet Curiosity is intended for fans that already know about the Touhou lineage, those looking for a brief action RPG won’t be disappointed.

3 weeks ago 11

Syndrome Review – A Symptom of Something Greater

Syndrome is self-aware of what makes a great horror game set in outer space but fails to execute.

3 weeks ago 13

Forza Horizon 3 Review – Welcome to Australia, Cobber!

PC version reviewed. Copy provided by publisher. It’s hard to really explain the surprise that a game like Forza Horizon 3 brings to the table. After the recent disappointment from…

3 weeks ago 15

Paper Mario: Color Splash Review – Flawed but Lots of Fun

Ah Paper Mario – the plumber’s two-dimensional counterpart has had it rough lately, he’s always being moaned at by people who played Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door because they…

3 weeks ago 15

Mystery Chronicle: One Way Heroics Review: When All That’s Left Is To Go Right

Mystery Chronicles: One Way Heroics is one of my favorite titles on the Playstation Vita and well worth mentioning as a candidate for my own Game of the Year lists in 2016.

3 weeks ago 21

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today Review – The Day The Earth Stood Still

Just in time for Halloween, Dead Synchronicity makes its way to the Playstation 4 with a gruesome style and puzzling gameplay.

3 weeks ago 8

Dragon Quest Builders Review – A Restrictive Minecraft?

Editorial Note It has come to our attention that this review was not conducted with the level of care and thoroughness that we demand from our reviewers. As such, the…

3 weeks ago 12

Nixeus Vue 24 Freesync Gaming Monitor Video Review

Picking a monitor for your gaming needs has gotten a bit more complicated as time has passed.  Today you have a lot to consider; Panel type, response time, refresh rate…

3 weeks ago 223

Aragami Review – Thriving in the Shadows

2016 has been so far a very good year for stealth titles, with games such as Hitman and Human Ex: Mankind Divided hitting PC and consoles to moderate success. However,…

3 weeks ago 14

Gamdias Hephaestus II Stereo Lighting Headset Review

Picking out a gaming headset can be a bit tricky. Prices and styles range drastically in price leaving the shopper often wondering how much is too much or how little…

4 weeks ago 10

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review – How Dark is Your Hue?

Established fans of Psycho-Pass can revel in spending another few hours with their favorite characters and might even be considered a mandatory assignment for those interested in the CID.

4 weeks ago 21

Teclast Tbook 16 Pro 2 in 1 Tablet PC Review – A Windows Tablet With An Exceptional Value Proposition

The tablet in my hands today is from the company Teclast and is called the Teclast Tbook 16 Pro Tablet PC. In this review, I will be going over everything…

4 weeks ago 16

Dear Esther: Landmark Edition Review – Simply Unique

When I first played Dear Esther, I had no idea what to expect. Having been recommended by a friend, I found its initial directionless atmosphere difficult to comprehend. Being one…

1 month ago 7

NBA 2K17 Review – For Professionals Only

I feel I should start by saying that I am a relapsed, British, fair-weather fan. Despite a fondness for the sport, it’s been years since I’ve played a basketball game,…

1 month ago 11

Dead Rising Triple Pack Review – Nine More Days in Paradise

With the original Dead Rising celebrating its 10th birthday earlier this year, now’s as good a time as any to take another look at the realm of the undead.

1 month ago 10

MeiQ: Labyrinth of Death Review – Bored to Death

MeiQ hits all of the right marks of a dungeon crawling RPG but fails to capture that sense of challenge, instead opting for light fan service as a substitute.

1 month ago 16

God Eater 2: Rage Burst Review – Not Bad, but Quite Boring

What do you call a mission based action JRPG where you kill large monsters with larger health bars (visible or otherwise)? Well, you’d probably call it Monster Hunter. Sure, God…

1 month ago 20

Obduction Review – Alien, And Yet So Familiar

Review code provided by the publisher. Getting stranded in an unknown world, with no explanation at all has definitely become unusual in today’s video games, with most adventure titles holding…

1 month ago 33

Apple iOS 10 Review – A Familiar UI with New & Exciting Features

Here’s our full iOS 10 review, the OS that will be powering iPhone, iPad, iPod touch devices in the year to come. iOS 10 Review: The Perfect OS for Showcasing…

1 month ago 21

Steel Series Rival 700 Review – The Best Performing Optical Mouse?

Review sample provided by the manufacturer. Steel Series is well known for their rather diverse range of gaming products. The Steel Series Rival 700 is an enthusiast class product and…

1 month ago 17

ReCore Review – A Delightful but Not Perfect Eden Far, Far Away

Fans of the Metroid series have a lot in common with ReCore’s humanity, searching for a new place they may call home. In both cases, the road is paved with…

1 month ago 11

Deus Ex: Mankind Divided Review – We Totally Asked for This

It’s been exactly five years since we left Adam Jensen in the Panchaea Arctic base, stopping the unfortunate Augmented Incident in 2027. Only two years passed for him, though, and…

2 months ago 33

Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas Review – Awaken the Wind

As a homage to the likes of A Link to the Past and The Wind Waker, Oceanhorn is a brief comfortable experience that can be finally be enjoyed on the big screen.

2 months ago 18

Strike Vector EX Review – Great in Multiplayer, Not as Much in Single Player

I didn’t realize that flying robot battle arena is a genre until quite recently. I’m sure we’ve all seen the old school classics like Zone of the Enders, and its…

2 months ago 15

The Turing Test Review – Space Puzzles Abound

It’s not Portal. I’m prefacing this entire review with that fact, because I know the conclusion others will jump to, just as I did. What, you’re wandering around a large,…

2 months ago 113

SAPPHIRE Nitro+ RX 470 Video Review

Back when the Radeon RX 470 was announced I made the statement that a decently overclocked RX 470 should be able to match an RX 480 in games.  Well, we…