Xbox Reviews

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

The Surge 2 Review PC

Deck 13 returns with their sci-fi themed The Surge 2 which follows on from the 2017 first game. Set within the fictitious post-apocalyptic city of Jericho, players assume the role of either a male or female escaped prisoner following a mysterious plane crash into the city which leaves our hero

Man of Medan Review (Video) – PC

Supermassive Games’ Until Dawn on PS4 was a resounding success for adventure fans. The UK based developer returns with The Dark Pictures Anthology – a series of short games where each one tells a new story with different cast of characters and predicament. Part one then is Man of Medan,

ION Fury Review – PC

The creators of the infamous and classic first person shooter of yore Duke Nukem, 3D Realms team-up with Voidpoint. The Build Engine makes a return in the form of Ion Fury (previously known as Ion Maiden). Law suits from aged rockers aside, Ion Fury steps back in time to offer

The Church In The Darkness Review – PC

Paranoid Productions announced their cult based stealth game ‘The Church In The Darkness’ a couple of years ago. It’s now 2019 and it finally released on PC. The year is 1977 and your unnamed character heads to a South American jungle to find and liberate your nephew Alex. However, rather