Multi reviews

Fallout 4 VR Review – Oculus Rift Version

Bethesda recently released an update to their Fallout 4 VR which allows for the Oculus Rift with Touch controllers to be used making this another notch on their 2D games to VR transitions (what’s next, Dishonored?). Not that there should be any complaints about this because after the success of

Ark Park Review – Oculus Rift/PSVR/Vive

Ark Park from developer Snail Games comes as a complete dinosaur experience in the vein of Jurassic Park (the movies). It’s here where players can don the VR headset and be transported to another realm where not only are you breeding dinosaurs but on the complete flip side of the

Attack on Titan 2 Review

Attack on Titan 2, also known as A.O.T. 2 is an action hack and slash game based on the Hajime Isayama manga series of the same name released for consoles and PC and is developed by Omega Force who are well known for their Dynasty Warriors series and Toukiden Kiwami.

Bullet Witch Review PC

I have fond memories of the original Xbox 360 Bullet Witch game coming from developers Cavia and releasing in 2007. If my memory serves me correctly it was a no-nonsense third person shooter with a feisty female lead fighting off hordes of demons. Interestingly Marvelous Inc has decided to unleash

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim VR Review (PC)

Where to start with this review as Bethesda are seemingly heading the charge with re-releasing popular games of yore onto the VR platform. DOOM, Fallout 4 and now Skyrim. The only want here is why aren’t more developers/publishers doing the same? But we digress. After the success of Fallout 4

Extinction Review

Developed by Iron Galaxy and published by Modus Games comes the hack and slash action game Extinction which is available on consoles and PC. You play as one of the world’s last Sentinels called Avil, a hero who comes equipped with some fancy footwork and demon busting sword. The world