Middle Earth: Shadow Of War Review

Monolith return to the Lord of the Rings universe with the release of Middle Earth: Shadow of War which ups the stakes from the previous game Shadow of Mordor whilst offering a similar, more refined experience in the process. Aside from any controversies regarding the game’s loot box system is

Arktika.1 Review

4A Games released its much anticipated shooter Arktika.1 exclusively for the Oculus Rift and now that we’ve completed the game can safely say it’s a bit of an oddball. At its heart there’s a shooting gallery type game here but tagging it with such a simplistic sounding premise wouldn’t be

NBA 2K18 Review

The sports genre use to be filled with a variety of options, but as videogames have evolved the average games that once flooded the market have fallen by the wayside leaving a choice few sitting at the top of the charts. NBA 2K is one such game that has climbed

Forza MotorSport 7 Review

It seems unbelievable that we’re already at Turn 10’s 7th Forza Motorsport game with their arrival of Forza MotorSport 7 (that’s not including spin-offs such as Forza Horizon). Going way back to the Xbox original in May 2005 and now some 12 years later we’re literally three generations apart in

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Video Game Review

TT Games return with their latest LEGO game in the form of The Lego Ninjago Movie Video Game which is available for console and PC audiences. It’s certainly familiar ground for those well versed in the regurgitated format here and if you’ve got youngsters eager to try out some moves

Project CARS 2 Review

Slightly Mad Studios returns with their eagerly anticipated Project CARS 2 which is available on consoles and PC. From the off there’s much more on offer in every way but the real issue which faces this game is whether it’s an essential buy or not. To answer this question lies

​​​Madden NFL 18 Review

The annual release of Madden has been always been highly anticipated among NFL fans and gamers alike. One of the longest running franchises of any sports title needs little introduction and the yearly reviews seem to be nothing more than copy & paste with some minor edits. How much can