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Watch Dogs 2 PC Review

We already reviewed Ubisoft’s rather hip Watch Dogs 2 game on Xbox One and found a neat slice of comedic hacking – you can read up on it here. However, with the PC version coming in a bit later and being host to some extra visual effects it’s time to

Watch Dogs 2 Review – Comedic Hacking Game

Ubisoft came under fire for the characterisation (or lack of) in the 2014 release of Watch Dogs with Aiden Pearce the main character being somewhat dull and uninspiring across the game’s Chicago setting. So, rather than continue Aiden’s campaign has readdressed the balanced and made a new game with a

Killing Floor 2 Review – Brutally Fun Horde Mode

Tripwire Interactive released their previously Early Access first person shooter Killing Floor 2 today (18th November) after being expanded and having all sorts of mad content added to the core game which arrived in April last year. It’s humans taking on the specimen clones or zeds in visceral combat. In

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition Review

Remastered games have taken the current generation of consoles by storm by allowing players to revisit those fond memories of yesteryear. Personally, I love it when publishers bring back a blast from the past while adding a fresh coat of paint, but sometimes they were better off as memories. Bethesda

Eagle Flight Review – Playstation VR

Ubisoft released its VR flying game Eagle Flight on the Oculus Rift and now the game has found its way to the Playstation VR. The concept is rather original even if you could replace the birds and animals with fighter jets and people. Ubisoft has gone for a completely organic

Call of Duty Modern Warfare Remastered Review

Let’s be clear from the off-set, Call of Duty Modern Warfare is only available via Legacy, Legacy Pro, and Digital Deluxe editions of Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare. If you’re gunning for the game as a standalone title then you might have to wait a while until the Infinite Warfare