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August, 2015

  • 13 August

    Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate Review

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    After 11 years since its original release, 10 years since its first portable outing, and 6 years since its move to Nintendo’s systems, Capcom brings the Monster Hunter franchise’s latest generation to Western shores.  Along with 2 new weapon types, 24 new monsters, and the cutest minigame ever, the uniquely-titled “Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate” introduces three major elements of gameplay: ...

  • 6 August

    HOW MANY LEVELS?! – N++ Review (Video)


    Disclosure: the author was provided with a code for the game by the developer for the purpose of this review Publisher: Metanet Software Inc Developer: Metanet Software Inc Platforms: PlayStation 4 Flash-game classic N has seen a brand-new release on the PlayStation 4, boasting over 2000 levels, 6 hours of music, and an online library of user-created levels. N++ is available now for £15.99/$19.99, but will ...

July, 2015

  • 21 July

    Onechanbara Z2 Chaos Review (Video)

    Onechanbara Z2 Chaos

    Disclosure: the author was provided with a code for the game by ONE PR for the purpose of this review Publisher: XSEED Games/Marvelous USA, Inc (NA), NIS America (EU) Developer: Tamsoft Platforms: PlayStation 4 Onechanbara Z2 Chaos is the latest in the fanservice-heavy series of hack-and-slash zombie slaughter games. With previous games having subtitles such as Bikini Samurai Squad, and Bikini Zombie Slayers, you can ...

June, 2015

  • 20 June

    Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas – Review


    Disclosure: the developers provided the writer with a copy of the game for the purpose of this review Publisher: Cornfox & Bros. Developer: Cornfox & Bros. Platforms: PC (review platform), Mobile A young boy with sword-and-shield in hand sets out on an adventure across the many islands of a vast sea. His quest to slay the dreaded monster Oceanhorn will see him overcome ...

  • 2 June

    Review – Hatred


    Developer: Destructive Creations Platform: PC If there were ever a time for the phrase ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ this is it. Hatred is a Top-Down Twin-Stick Shooter and is the first game made by rookie developers Destructive Creations. You take on the role of a rather dour looking fellow sporting a black trench-coat and long black hair whom has perhaps been analysing ...

  • 1 June

    Review – Boot Hill Heroes

    Boot Hill Heroes

    Publisher: Experimental Gamer Studios Developer: Experimental Gamer Studios Platforms: PC, XBLA, PlayStation Mobile Boot Hill Heroes is the first game from indie studio ‘Experimental Gamer,‘ a developer which aims to bring elements from classic RPGs such as Final Fantasy and Chrono Trigger and breathe life into the genre once again. This very small team had a successful kickstarter campaign in late 2012 ...

May, 2015

  • 12 May

    Review – Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

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    Developer: MachineGames Publisher: Bethesda Softworks Platforms: Xbox One, PS4 (review platform), PC A serious, ‘war is hell’ analysis or a Serious Sam-style, trigger-happy romp. One of the main criticisms to last year’s The New Order – the latest entry in the Wolfenstein series – was that it didn’t know what it wanted to be. No doubt the gunplay proved Order’s ...

  • 7 May

    Review – Democracy 3


    Developer: Positech Games Publisher: Positech Games Platforms: PC/Mac/Iphone/Ipad Right now as I’m writing this review the entirety of the UK is caught up in the fever of our general elections. For some the idea of a game based around politics and specifically; being the Prime Minster/President and running a government is an odd, and perhaps boring proposition, and maybe if you’re the ...

  • 6 May

    Review – Crypt Of The Necrodancer

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    Disclosure: The author of this article was given a code for the game through Brace Yourself Games for the purpose of this review Developer: Brace Yourself Games Publisher: Brace Yourself Games Platforms: PC (review platform), Mac Indie, In the music industry it has become a genre in itself, despite a lack of defining characteristics. The game industry has fared a ...

  • 4 May

    Review – The Evil Within: The Consequence

    The Evil Within The Consequence Artwork

    Developer: Tango Gameworks Publisher: Bethesda Softworks Platforms: Xbox 360 (review platform), Xbox One, PS3, PS4, PC In the second of the two-part DLC, The Consequence follows up on The Assignment’s promising side-story with gameplay that is respected and admirably enjoyable more so. While the main game last year was an intriguing but flawed execution into subconscious horror, quite literally, The ...

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