Darren Edwards

I have been playing games since a very early age, thanks to my Dad's encouragement. I've been an Xbox gamer since the very beginning, the Master Chief is to thank for that. I'm also a big Nintendo geek, and my other half is a PlayStation nut. I'll play pretty much anything in any genre (although FIFA and COD maybe pushing it).

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Adore Review

Adore is simple by design but this means enjoyment is spread more thinly the longer you play.

Two Point Campus: Medical School Review

Two Point Campus: Medical School continues its excellent run, this time taking us back to where it all began which despite potential risks, pays off handsomely. 

Broforce Forever Review

You can slice, shoot and smash your way through enemies to your heart’s content in Broforce Forever, in an over the top romp that does just about enough to avoid weariness setting in

Stray Review

Stray is a masterclass in escapism gaming. Taking a rather unusual perspective doesn’t stop this being a joyous experience from start to finish, irrespective of whether you are a cat person or not.

Sea Horizon Review

Despite not breaking new ground, Sea Horizon is a thoroughly enjoyable card based strategy game that offers both challenge and adventure.

Gimmick! Special Edition Review

Gimmick! Special Edition gives a technically impressive, challenging blast from the past a well deserved second chance. 

Ed-0: Zombie Uprising Review

Ed-0: Zombie Uprising is built on sound ideas and there’s so much to love about the setup. However, the brutal, inconsistent difficulty coupled with the repetitive, imbalanced gameplay prevents it from reaching full potential.

Nova Lands Review

Nova Lands avoids nearly all the pitfalls of the ever popular sim genre, providing a charming and accessible experience which is hard not to like.

Noob – The Factionless Review

Noob - The Factionless is one of those games that does what it says on the tin, providing a decent entry level experience to the RPG genre. However, by doing close to the bare minimum, it feels nothing more than just about adequate.

Stay Out of the House Review

Stay Out of the House may have the air of the familiar, but offers an unsettling struggle for survival.

Park Beyond Review

Park Beyond oozes character and is dripping with imagination, but the execution is sadly lacking in parts. That said, this fantastical world gives the creative types the tools to run wild.

Amnesia: The Bunker Review

Amnesia: The Bunker is ahead of the class, achieving what many of its peers aspire to but often fall short of. If you’re a horror fan, this is a must play.

Supraland: Six Inches Under Review

Although not a fully fledged sequel, Supraland: Six Inches Under is a technically impressive and wonderfully creative follow-up adventure for new and existing fans alike.

Protodroid DeLTA Review

Protodroid DeLTA rises above its niggles to emerge as a characterful platformer which pays a faithful tribute to those which inspired it.

Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator Review

Fundamentally flawed, Filthy Animals: Heist Simulator will struggle to hold your attention - it is frustrating rather than entertaining, no matter how many of you are playing at once.

Homestead Arcana Review

Undemanding and, at times, tedious gameplay takes some of the shine away from Homestead Arcana, even if there is an otherwise bewitching world with a heartfelt story to tell.

Panic Porcupine Review

Panic Porcupine is a run of the mill platformer which cannot escape the shadow of that which inspired it. A problem all of its own making.

Two Point Campus: School Spirits Review

Two Point Campus: School Spirits offers more of the high quality content we’ve come to expect from Two Point Campus.

Cannon Dancer – Osman Review

Even though Cannon Dancer - Osman stands up well today, ultimately it’s not much more than a straight-up re-release.

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Bluey: The Videogame is the first ever video game to feature the little pup, as Outright Games and BBC Studios come together for release on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Nintendo Switch and PC.

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Available now on Xbox, Game Pass and PC - a console-exclusive, mind you - Party Animals sees up to eight online players (local split-screen is also available) face off in a variety of crazy fighting matches.

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Every choice matters in Gloomhaven on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch

Whilst we patiently wait for the release of Baldur’s Gate 3 onto Xbox, Gloomhaven on Xbox, PlayStation and Switch might just be the next best thing. 

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Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty Review

Cyberpunk 2077: Phantom Liberty grabs your attention instantly, and refuses to let go until the conclusion.

eFootball 2024 Review

There’s no doubt eFootball 2024 is a flawed game and, if a measly update is all that’s coming each year, it’s hard to see it ever being worthy of your time.

Barbie – Film Review

Don’t make the mistake of expecting a family movie or an easy watch: Barbie is far more weighty and satisfying than the lightweight plastic might imply. Now we wait for more films based on toys, completely misunderstanding why this one was so great.

The Crew Motorfest Review

After years of having the open world racing scene dominated by Forza Horizon, Ubisoft have certainly found the right gear with The Crew Motorfest. If you're an adrenaline junkie, this is one not to miss. 

Death and Taxes Review

Understand what Death and Taxes is trying to do, and it’s a magnitude more fun.