It’s been over eight years since the last Mega Man game. The Blue Bomber saw a slight resurgence during the PS3/360 era and the NES styled Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10 launched under three years apart. I loved Mega Man 9 but 10 came a bit too soon […]

Mega Man 11 – PS4 Review

The Dakar Rally is, along with the Isle of Man TT, one of the last motorsport challenges I see coming from a by-gone era. It’s probably the greatest test of endurance within rallying and Bigmoon Entertainment have decided to represent the challenge. Not many companies take up the opportunity with […]

Dakar 18 – PS4 Review

Originally a Kickstarted project for PC, Hover has arrived on PS4 and promises an open world, free running game inspired by the likes of Jet Set Radio and Mirror’s Edge. Looking at the screenshots you can probably tell which influence is stronger, but can the developers at Fusty Game turn […]

Hover – PS4 Review

So Rich hands me this game thinking it’s a horror game and I gladly take it on board. Candleman is not a horror game. It’s a wonderful tale from Spotlightor about a walking, living candle and his quest for a new purpose in life. Run for your lives. A platforming […]

Candleman – PS4 Review

Jack N’ Jill DX is a 2D platformer from solo developer Rohan Narang and is a console port of his 2013 mobile game. It comes to us from Ratalaika Games and as ever the Finnish publishers have stuck to their usual formula of making this a cross-buy title with two […]

Jack N’ Jill DX – PS4/Vita Review

A year and a half after release The Surge is getting a second DLC. The last one, A Walk in the Park, released at the end of last year and offered a location drastically different from any in the base game whilst offering new armour, weapons and story. The Good, […]

The Surge: The Good, The Bad And The Augmented DLC ...

As VR experiences go, the idea of playing a game from the perspective of a character that is blind was one that was fit for intrigue. Arguably the most important aspect of the medium is through vision, so to be able to take this away from the player and represent […]

Blind – PSVR Review

It’s September and that can only mean one thing. PES has had a few weeks to shine, and shine it did, but now FIFA is back, ready to suck all of the oxygen out of the genre and to try to establish its place at the top of the pile […]

FIFA 19 – PS4 Review

Salary Man Escape is a physics-based puzzler from Red Accent Games and one that can be played in or out of the VR headset.  The blurb on it describes it as edgy and satirical and for those of you who have to do the 9-5 grind, you’ll relate to the […]

Salary Man Escape – PS4/PSVR Review

We don’t know what it is about Survios Games but they seem intent on getting us out of our seat with their VR games. Their previous games were Sprint Vector, which was an exhausting parkour game that made you run by pumping your arms, and Electronauts which had hitting a […]

Creed: Rise to Glory – PSVR Review

Racing across the pond still feels like a strange, exotic beast to me. NASCAR’s going through a tricky time at the moment but the appeal of the product and their overpowered saloon cars still keeps me curious. With the third iteration of the Nascar Heat series, 704 Games are looking […]

NASCAR Heat 3 – PS4 Review

The sequel to This Is the Police has arrived on PS4. This Is the Police 2 continues the story of Jack Boyd and has similar management gameplay, but most elements have seen substantial improvements. Without spoiling too much of the plot from the first title, Jack finds himself hidden away […]

This Is the Police 2 – PS4 Review