A review of how Fallout 76 plays and my opinion of the Atomic Shop.
Assault Android Cactus is a game about a space police officer called Cactus. Cactus is an android which has android overlords who must be stopped as they’ve become villainous. The combat is a twin-stick style shooter where enemies must be killed to gain more energy to keep fighting leading to a fun, fast-paced setup with […]
A review of the Yugioh: Legacy of the Duelist DLC Duelist Kingdom.
The 2017 version of Prey is a reboot of an old game from 2006. The 2006 Prey had one of the best beginnings I’ve ever seen in a game with the main character in a bar which ends up with the whole room shaking and the Blue Oyster Cult’s Don’t Fear The Reaper playing before […]
A review of the Xbox game Yugioh: Legacy of the Duelist.
The simple description of this game is 2D Egyptian Dark Souls, the complicated one is that it’s a 2D sidescroller where sometimes you switch onto a different 2D plane and fight things for reasons that are a little unclear. The character creation at the start of the game is reasonably good, giving a choice of […]
Agents of Mayhem is a third person shooter set in an open world map of Seoul; it offers a plethora of different characters to play as, each having its own theme and abilities and an absolutely ridiculous plotline. The characters are a multicultural bunch and go from a Hollywood star (funnily enough he’s called Hollywood) […]
The Elder Scrolls Online (TESO) is a massively multiplayer online (MMO) version of The Elder Scrolls series of games. To play you do need an online subscription for the console you are on. Be careful when buying the game because you may only get the standard game when you think you are buying a different […]
Lock’s Quest is an isometric view Tower defence strategy game where the main character (Lock) has to defend villages from an army of robots. The first stage of each battle is building which you have limited time and resources when doing. There are a few different types of tower, a few traps and later soldiers […]
April 2018’s Games With Gold brings us The Witness, a first person maze solving puzzle game that thrives on simplicity. You can roam around an open world and choose which puzzles you want to solve. Unfortunately I haven’t been able to complete the game so I don’t know what the plot is but I do […]
Fallout 4 and its DLC are a bit of a mixed bag but altogether they do make up something great. Click below for my reviews on: Fallout 4 Automatron Wasteland Workshop Far Harbor Contraptions Workshop Vault-Tec Workshop Nuka World Survival There is also trap crafting in the game but I don’t know where that came […]
March’s Xbox One Games With Gold line-up contained Super Hot which is a first person shooter puzzle game. The game becomes a puzzle because time only passes as the player moves meaning bullets stop in mid air giving the player chance to dodge out of the way. The main menu is a bit like a […]
I’ve now had a decent amount of time to play the online mode of Call of Duty WW2. It’s good because all of the series online modes are good and have a strange addicting quality to them. It’s a first person shooter where the objectives basically involve killing each other. A change from previous games […]
Trials of the Blood Dragon is March’s first Xbox One Games With Gold title and is a combination of things, a side-scrolling motorcycle tilting stunt game and a platformer side-scroller with guns. A crossover of Trials and Far Cry’s spinoff Blood Dragon. There were twenty-seven levels and it kept me busy for most of a […]