The Outer Worlds is fully primed to give Fallout a run for its money.
MediEvil is almost the perfect remake but is a great game nonetheless.
WWE 2K20 has many many flaws but if you can get past that is actually a very enjoyable game.
Splatterhouse was released in 2010 and is a reboot of the trilogy originally released in the 80’s on Sega’s family of systems (and all of them are lovingly included in this game too!). In Splatterhouse you take on the role of Rick who, after being fatally wounded, is coerced to wear a demonic mask to … Continue reading Splatterhouse (2010) [Retro] Review
The remake of Link’s Awakening is exactly what you would want in a remake of a classic game.
Borderlands 3 epitomises exactly what it means to be a fun and silly first person shooter with several emotional hooks that pull at your heart strings.
Ghostbusters is one of the better games I have played that has been based off of a movie property
Luigi’s Mansion 2 (also referred to as Dark Moon in other territories) is the sequel to the original 2001 game. It expands in almost every way but fails to live up to the fun of the original. Luigi is once again asked to tackle some ghosts by Professor E. Gadd but this time things are … Continue reading Luigi’s Mansion 2 (2013) [Retro] Review
It took me almost 20 years to finally play Link’s Awakening and I did so in anticipation of the upcoming remake. And boy do I wish I had played it earlier.
I never played Luigi’s Mansion when it was originally on the Gamecube, therefore I don’t have anything to compare it too. I also am not aware of any additions or removals for this game. For those that aren’t aware, Luigi has won a mansion in a competition (if only it was that easy) and as … Continue reading Luigi’s Mansion for 3DS (2018) Review
Just like a fine wine, Catherine gets better with age.
Mafia II is a good game but it never hit quite the right spots for me the way its sequel does.
The third instalment of Saints Row finally finds its feet as a true alternative to the gritty GTA.
Man of Medan is another hit for Supermassive Games, creating a mysterious game that keeps you coming back for more.
Heavenly Sword is a severely underated game that has somehow fallen by the wayside as we have moved on to the next generation.
Dead Rising was originally released on the Xbox 360 however this was reviewed on the PS4.
Racoon City doesn't live up to the high standards of previous franchise entries.
Shadow of the Colossus is a fantastic game and I can see why people raved about it.
Ico is a very simple game with a simple story that was way ahead of its time.
The Saboteur provides a fun experience that doesn’t overstay its welcome.
Asura's Wrath is the perfect combination of God of War with Dragonball style anime.
Dead Space 3 struggles to find its genre in this conclusion to the trilogy.
Dead Space 2 builds on its predecessor to provide a truly creepy experience.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3 might just be the quintessential experience for Marvel fans.
Fear 3 is exactly what this franchise should have been from the start and is precisely what a first person horror shooter should be.
Marvel Ultimate Alliance 2 builds on what its predecessor did before to create a much more cohesive game.
Fear 2 was a lot better than I had expected given my opinions on its predecessor.
The Sinking City is a fun game that can fill the void before Autumns releases.
Metal Gear Rising is the perfect blend of Metal Gear and Devil May Cry I didn’t know I needed. Set 4 years after the events of MGS 4, Rising follows Raiden from MGS 2 as he uncovers a plot to start a war between the US and Pakistan. It is a plot seen in many … Continue reading Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (2013) [Retro] Review
Crash Team Racing is the only kart racer that can rival Mario Kart as it returns with a bang.
Deadly Premonition has no business being as enjoyable as it is.
Dawn of the Dragon is the proposed epic conclusion to the fairly cinematic Legend of Spyro series; however it fails to live up to expectations set from all previous Spyro iterations.
Chaos Theory is easily the best of the original Splinter Cell trilogy, and holds up pretty well to todays standards.
Splinter Cell has many ups and downs resulting in a surprisingly average game.
What Remains of Edith Finch is a game of a generation and a narrative experience everyone should take part in.