Reviews

Black Ops 4 Solo Player Review

Treyarch released its latest Call of Duty Game with the aptly named Black Ops 4 on consoles and PC. Right out of the gate Black Ops 4 does not feature any single-player campaign. Treyarch made no secret of this fact during the game’s development which possibly split opinion for some

Assassin’s Creed Odyssey Review X1/PC

Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed games span many time periods across a number of locations making for a diverse series. The latest, Assassin’s Creed Odyssey puts players inside the Peloponnesian War in Greece. The story takes place 400 years prior to the previous game Assassin’s Creed Origins. The game development handled by

The Works of Mercy Review

We played The Works of Mercy Demo back in May 2017, and now the full game released on PC. Polish developer Pentacle offer the game for under £10 which will net you an hour or so playing the first time, and then double that if replaying. The Works of Mercy

Transference Review

Transference is a new cinematic experience from Ubisoft which offers around one and half hours of psychological thriller theatrics. Without going into any details whatsoever due to potential spoilers, the game is a first person adventure. The game is playable in 2D or VR which is neat. We must mention

SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy Review (PS4)

We take NIS America’s SNK Heroines for a spin in our SNK Heroines Tag Team Frenzy review. We break down the fighting and the extra elements on offer such as the customization and scene creation modes. Is the game worth the asking price though? Today we’re taking a look at

Monster Hunter World Review PC

We first reviewed Capcom’s Monster Hunter World back in February this year using the Xbox One X version as the base of our opinions. Now some months later the PC version comes into the fold with all the bells and whistles attached. Obviously the gameplay, sound and overall presentation are