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Morphite Review – Relaxing Space Adventuring

Crescent Moon Games are poised to release their space adventure game Morphite on consoles, PC and mobile devices. It has to be said right out of the gate that Morphite shares many similarities with Hello Games’ highly divisive No Man’s Sky, the vanilla version at least. If you didn’t know,

Destiny 2 Review – A Worthy Sequel?

Bungie are back with the eagerly anticipated Destiny 2, and after a public beta which showed plenty of promise and many hours now under our belts is Destiny 2 worth the price of entry and a worthwhile experience for those who perhaps missed out on or ignored the first game?

Warriors All-Stars Review

Koei Tecmo released their mash-up Warriors/Musou game for a fans of their video game series so you’re free to see characters outside of their comfort zones battle it out in free-roaming hack and slash combat. The biggest draw here aside from familiarity is being able to take Kasumi from Dead

Agents of Mayhem Review

Developers Volition have been in the game for some time now having had plenty of success with their Saints Row franchise which initially spearheaded the original Xbox 360 launch way back in 2006. After several sequels it’s obvious the team have been looking for alternate avenues to express their creativity.

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles Review

Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles is an adventure game from developers Prideful Sloth which places you into a rich, open world of sprites and people living their lives. You begin the game aboard a ship which is struck by lightning causing you and the crew to be washed up on

The Town Of Light VR Review

Developer LKA released its first person adventure game The Town of Light on PC last year but more recently has included the option to play in VR via a BETA version (the 2D version is also available on Xbox One and PS4). This works with the Oculus Rift & Vive