Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr Review

Necromancers, Dragons, and Khajiit, what more could you ask for from an Elder Scrolls Online expansion? The latest expansion for the titular MMORPG opens up the land of Elsweyr, an ancient, rocky area that happens to have quite the infestation of both dragons and undead (thanks Tharn). The second release for ESOs Year of the … Continue reading Elder Scrolls Online: Elsweyr Review

Detective Pikachu Review: A Charming, Sassy Foray Into The World Of Pokemon

Being a huge Pokemon fan since I booted up Pokemon: Red on my Nintendo Gameboy, it was a no-brainer to go and watch Detective Pikachu the day it was released on the big screen. Despite having never played the Detective Pikachu game, the movie was a chance for me to revitalise my Pokemon fever, my … Continue reading Detective Pikachu Review: A Charming, Sassy Foray Into The World Of Pokemon

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review

Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice is a dark-fantasy tale set in the sublime, brutal and almost incomprehensible world of Nordic myth. With stunning visuals and chilling environments, the story of Senua is one of desperation, loss, struggle and an overwhelming pain that the player feels, almost as raw and visceral as that experienced by Senua.  In fact, … Continue reading Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice Review

Assassins Creed Odyssey Review

Assassins Creed Odyssey serves as a continuation of the RPG-like transformation that the franchise has been experiencing, and in the simplest of terms, it is a great thing. One thing that should be mentioned right at the start is that Assassins Creed Odyssey is not a typical AC game.  Assassins Creed Odyssey establishes the beginnings of … Continue reading Assassins Creed Odyssey Review

Dead Cells Review: I’m In Hell And I Love It

After wanting it for absolutely ages I finally scraped together the funds to buy Dead Cells. I had been watching gameplay, reading articles, reviews and just dreaming of it in general. It was like building up to spending money for pure frustration, but somehow it is an incredibly enjoyable experience. Dead Cells has shaped up to be … Continue reading Dead Cells Review: I’m In Hell And I Love It

Curse Of The Pharaohs Review: Mythology Come To Life

When people think of Ancient Egypt they may think of the Pyramids of Giza, The Great Sphinx or countless other things - I mean it did span over 3000 years. But tied in with almost every aspect of Ancient Egyptian life was their mythology, the gods that reigned over every possible aspect of living and … Continue reading Curse Of The Pharaohs Review: Mythology Come To Life

The Hidden Ones Review: Protecting The Brotherhood

Assassins Creed Origins made waves by being the first AC game to release DLC after the main release and in my not so humble opinion, The Hidden Ones is a classic example of a DLC done right. Set about four years after the events of Origins, Bayek is drawn into a war between the Sinai and Rome … Continue reading The Hidden Ones Review: Protecting The Brotherhood