Xbox Reviews

Destroy All Humans Review PC (Video & Text)

Black Forest Games present a return to the 1950s with a remake of the Xbox and PS2 classic Destroy All Humans. Some 15 years later are the jokes still funny and the B-Movie approach welcome in glorious HD/4K? Take a look at our Destroy All Humans review. Today we’re taking

Cloudpunk Review PC

The long-awaited neon-soaked driving adventure game Cloudpunk released on PC last week. It comes from indie developer ION lands and offers a story-driven cyberpunk themed experience. But is it any good and worth the asking price? Today we’re taking a look at ION Lands eagerly anticipated cyberpunk themed story-driven adventure

One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 Review PC

Bandai Namco and Koei Tecmo (Omega Force) team-up to bring the latest ‘musou’ game to the masses in the form of One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 (OPPW4). If you’re not familiar with the term ‘musou’ then you might be aware of the long running Dynasty Warriors series. In a nutshell,

DOOM Eternal Review PC

ID Software’s DOOM Eternal has some big shoes to fill considering the success of DOOM 2016 and subsequent VR spin-off DOOM VFR. Rather than create a carbon-copy of the 2016 masterpiece, id changes things up a little whilst keeping familiar elements. This translates to not only keeping twitch fingers well-exercised

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot Review PC

Bandai Namco and Cyberconnect2 released their eagerly awaited fighting role playing game Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot. The game follows the story of all-round good guy Goku (AKA Kakarot) from the Saiyan race who comes to Earth to take it all. However, being the good guy he becomes embroiled into the

The Outer Worlds Review PC

Private Division and Obsidian Entertainment released their space opera The Outer Worlds on consoles and PC. It’s a tough talking no-nonsense expansive first-person-shooter at heart drenched in an underlying dark-humour filled role-playing experience. Considering Obsidian’s heritage with Knights of the Old Republic II and Fallout New Vegas to name but