Multi reviews

HITMAN 2 Review – The Ultimate Assassination Sandbox

IO Interactive’s HITMAN series began in 2000 with HITMAN Codename 47 and now some 18 years later HITMAN 2. Since its humble beginnings the series changed considerably. Players navigated the taxing suspicion meter in Hitman 2 Silent Assassin. Picture-in-picture displays in Hitman Blood Money. More recent releases such as Hitman

Leisure Suit Larry Wet Dreams Don’t Dry Review

German developers CrazyBunch resurrect iconic adventure character Larry Laffer into the modern age with Leisure Suit Larry Wet Dreams Don’t Dry. The last game Leisure Suit Larry: Reloaded launched on June 27th 2013 so a long time coming. Before getting into specifics, for those wondering, the title is a spin

SoulCalibur VI Review

Bandai Namco presents the latest in its weapons based fighting game series with SoulCalibur VI. The first new game in the series which started way back in 1995 (Soul Edge) and comes after SoulCalibur V in 2012. Fighting game fans should be familiar with the offering here against the likes

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