Platforms: Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3, and PS4 Reviewed On: Xbox One Developer: Rockstar North Publisher: Rockstar Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: No This game was supplied by Rockstar for review purposes Note: you can read my original rambling review of GTA V by clicking HERE. This re-review will purely […]
Platforms: PC, Xbox 360, Xbox One, PS3 and PS4 Reviewed On: Xbox One Developer: Ubisoft Publisher: Ubisoft Singleplayer: Yes Multiplayer: Yes This game was provided free of charge by the publisher for review purposes. Having just leapt down from a gyrocopter in order to wing-suit my way into […]
As a gamer for a very long time I’ve been especially lucky to see videogames morph from a hobby that the general public viewed as dirty and only for the geeks, into a mainstream phenomenon. Now it’s not just videogames, there’s books and toys and soundtracks and all […]
Reviewing an art book is not an easy task. Provided the pages are of a decent quality and there’s plenty of pretty pictures to look at what more could you really ask for, except perhaps a free copy of the game in question and a cup of tea […]
This mouse was supplied by Logitech for review. I’ve often wondered how you design a mouse around a specific genre. Surely everyone wants an accurate sensor, comfort and nice feeling buttons, right? But a genre specific mouse is exactly what Logitech are claiming to have made with the […]
This keyboard was provided by Logitech for review. Type the words “gaming keyboard” into Google and you’ll be buried under a tonne of search results displaying a bamboozling array of different products that seemingly aim to confuse customers through a litany of claims, many of which are stupid. […]
Playing Assassin’s Creed: Rogue after tackling the supreme beauty of Assassin’s Creed: Unity is, to the say the very least, somewhat jarring. While Unity’s gameplay is still clumsy in its own right it highlights Rogue’s as being even more so, a series attempting to stay alive by adding more and more mechanics to its structure.