PS Reviews

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review

Having only been a fan for just over a year now, I can’t say that I’m the hardest hardcore Dragon Ball fan to ever live. Not to say that my fandom is half-baked. I jumped in with two feet and a few flips, like Goku getting ready to face-off against

Lethal VR Review

Three Fields Entertainment released their Lethal VR on the HTC Vive via Steam and now the game comes to the Playstation VR. The premise is rather simple as you step into the shoes of a recruit FBI agent and undertake various target practice stages. The game also comes with a

Vermintide Review – Xbox One/PS4

One year after my initial review, and it looks like the Warhammer universe still hasn’t gotten rid of its rodent problem. This would be a serious issue if it were the actual end times, but thankfully, this apocalyptic scenario is still reserved for fiction…for now, anyway. Besides, there’s another bright

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