The Enhance console cover for Xbox One pretty much does as the name suggests - it covers your console. Created from a breathable fabric, with mesh netted sides and back, this cover will keep your Xbox One in pristine condition. You’ll not need to worry about it getting scratched and you’ll not need to worry about getting the duster out every few days in order to give it a spring clean.
August 17, 2017
Comparisons between Portal and ChromaGun are bound to arise. After all, the latter follows the former very closely indeed. It’s a puzzler. It’s got a cool looking gun. It’s got humour. It’s got a crazy ending. But most of all it’s got the character required to be a bit of a hit.
August 17, 2017
The Long Dark Review
“Ah, ha, ha, ha, stayin’ alive, stayin’ alive” once said the Bee Gees - maybe prophetically, as they could easily have been talking up their experiences of playing the The Long Dark.
August 17, 2017
Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth Review
In this 2D point and click adventure, Daedalic Entertainment treat us to an immersing adaptation of Ken Follett’s book The Pillars of the Earth in a game that truly captures the epic vision Follett presented to his fans back in 1989.
August 16, 2017
Race Arcade Review
Current gaming trends point to the need for complexity, the need for outstanding visuals and the need to push the boundaries so much that us gamers are consistently wowed.
But whilst it's great to be living in a time where such trends exist, there are moments when all we need, and all we want, is to sit back with something simple, something retro, something which just delivers us a fun time.
Something like Race Arcade.
August 12, 2017
Movies, TV and games are happy to depict people travelling through space. But it never ends well, does it? You’ll never get a successful plot line that documents the breeding habits of a space ant colony or the detailed examination of photosynthesis in zero gravity. It’s always aliens, space madness, weirder aliens, and a crew mutiny resulting in horror or system malfunctions of some kind of super computer.
That last one is where Tacoma comes in, as we are charged with examining the inner workings of a crew on a space station who run into a life-changing event. But is it Interstellar or Space Truckers?
August 11, 2017
Sniper Elite 4: Deathstorm Part 3 – Obliteration Review
Deathstorm Part 3 - Obliteration - to give its full name - doesn’t exactly play out like a story finale as much as you would expect, at least not in the traditional sense. This time there’s little n the way of the big comic book style entry that we have become used to with previous missions, and there isn’t really much of a big plan involved as to how we are supposed to achieve our goals. In fact, if I hadn’t already played the previous parts to the Deathstorm story, I could be forgiven for thinking this was just any other mission.
August 10, 2017
Jump, Step, Step Review
As with most puzzlers, Jump, Step, Step promises to be a relaxing experience and one that is full of humour. It tells the tale of Bob, a small robot who has short circuited and gone mental - much like me after trying to solve some of these puzzles. It is up to you to help him retrieve numerous body parts and bits for a broken spaceship, to discover the truth behind the entire tale.
August 9, 2017
Mr. Shifty Review
The name's Shifty, Mr. Shifty.
Welcome to Mr. Shifty, a game developed by Team Shifty and published by tinyBuild.
You play as Mr. Shifty, a teleporting thief who is sent into a building to steal Mega Plutonium before it can be used for dastardly deeds. Your original attempts are thwarted and you must fight your way through each level of an evil corporation as you try to take out Mr. Stone, the CEO of the company. You will find yourself fighting your way through the minions that inhabit each floor, slowly unlocking more dangerous obstacles as you overcome the problems that cover your path. Whether it be minions holding pistols, or brutes toting rocket launchers, you can assure [...]
August 8, 2017
GRIDD: Retroenhanced Review
As my advancing years have been caught up by my slightly younger mind, my gaming habits have changed. Gone are the times when I'd happily spend hours on end battling my way through a game which tested my skills to the max, instead now preferring to kick back with a controller in hand as I look for a more relaxing, much easier, time.
Or at least I thought my gaming habits had changed, because just recently I've become a little addicted to a game that would, ordinarily, begin to annoy me after five minutes. A game that promises to be easy to learn, but difficult to master.
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