Posts Tagged ‘game review’

Rezrog Review

by Rach Griffithson 31/05/2017
The word rogue-like seems to be a popular buzzword these days, and can be seen in game descriptions for indie titles far and wide. So the question arises: how do you make a game that has so much in common with of all its rivals stand out? Enter Rezrog, the latest offering from Kasedo Games […]

Resident Evil 6 Game Review

by Stephen Breweron 25/03/2013
In the latest installment of the Resident Evil franchise, the T-virus is back! You have three intertwining stories to play, with six playable characters. Seven, if you unlock Ada Wong, a fan favourite for most. Now the main criticism of the latest game is the length of the story-line. I will admit it is rather long but I don't see that as a problem. If people are willing to fork out £50 on games with a six hour campaign mode, then why is a game which I clocked up 10 hours on in Leon's campaign alone a bad thing...

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Review – 8 GPPs

by Phil_Matthewson 20/03/2013
Straight to the point: A very enjoyable, beautiful RPG, which is not without its flaws but thankfully you’ll be so immersed in the whole world of Ni No Kuni, that you won’t notice them too often. This is definitely one to get if you are either a fan of JRPGs or Studio Ghibli films.     Ni […]

Tomb Raider Review – 9 GPPs

by Phil_Matthewson 18/03/2013
A brilliant re-boot, bringing the series bang up-to-date. Although the gameplay is not highly original, it provides an immersive action experience with solid mix of great platforming, puzzles and combat. This is the best action/adventure game I've seen for a long time and is a must have title.

PS3 Game Review: Hell Yeah! Wrath of a Dead Rabbit – 6GPPs

by Stephen Breweron 11/02/2013
If like me, you’re sick of the depressing, Limbo-esque style 2D platformers, then this game is right up your alley. At the moment I am just playing the trial version, but am sorely tempted into buying the game when my time has run out. ‘Hell Yeah! Wrath of the Dead Rabbit’ on the face seems […]