Edgar Wulf

Classified as a young snob for the way he prepares coffee, Edgar still resorts to a V60 dripper for preparing his favourite morning beverage. High on caffeine, Edgar spends his leisure time playing visual novels, but give him the chance and he'll talk your ears off about Resident Evil and Devil May Cry. He refuses to play mobile games and doesn't understand the appeal of Pokemon.

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Looking Back to 2010 and the King of DLC – Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare

I think it's safe to say that Red Dead Redemption impressed everyone when it released back in 2010. It was nominated for numerous accolades, and won many as well - including Game of the Year. Nowadays, it's widely regarded as one of the best games of all time. But its zombie-infested follow-up Undead Nightmare deserves as much if not more praise for being one of the best DLCs ever made. It expanded a narrative already rich in lore and added a ton of new content.

Looking Back to 2000 and the Launch of the Iconic PlayStation 2

We're at the dawn of next-gen consoles launching in just a few weeks. Whether or not Series X|S and PlayStation 5 surpass these numbers remains in limbo. But for now, we're travelling back, way back to October 2000, to take a look at the launch of the PlayStation 2 in the West, its launch lineup and the impact it left on the video game industry.

Doom Eternal: The Ancient Gods Part One Rips and Tears its Way Onto Xbox One, PS4, PC and Stadia

With Microsoft's pending acquisition of Bethesda Softworks, the future of the latter's IPs remains in limbo. Will new entries to games like Doom, Fallout and The Elder Scrolls come out exclusively on the Series X|S and PC? Only time will tell, but for now, it seems rather likely. In the meantime, players on Xbox One, PS4, PC and Stadia can purchase and download The Ancient Gods - Part One of the highly-anticipated DLC for Doom Eternal.

Rule the Rose With the Release of Remothered: Broken Porcelain on Xbox One, PS4, Switch and PC

Halloween is fast approaching and for us horror fans that means lots of candy and rewatching classic horror movies like Evil Dead and From Dusk Till Dawn. The month of October also brings an array of new horror games, one of them being a sequel to 2017's Remothered: Tormented Fathers. Today, Remothered: Broken Porcelain arrives just in time for Halloween and is now available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, Switch and PC.

Neon Abyss Brings Colourful Roguelike Mayhem to Consoles, Xbox Game Pass and PC

Let's face it, the term "roguelike" is now just as overused as the term "metroidvania". And yet, it's a term which singlehandedly describes what you can expect. Roguelike games punish failure, often stripping you of progress, collected items and patience. Among these games are the likes of Binding of Isaac and Enter the Gungeon, to the latter of which Neon Abyss bears a close resemblance to. Known for publishing Worms and Overcooked, Team17 brings the vibrant roguelike action-platformer Neon Abyss to your favourite console, Xbox Game Pass, and PC.

Award-winning Control Receives its First Expansion — The Foundation — on Xbox One

Finland-based Remedy is known for developing genre-defining games with complex narrative paths. Max Payne, Alan Wake, Quantum Break; these are games that combine highly polished gameplay with Hollywood-worthy scripts. Likewise, Remedy's most recent creative enterprise, Control, released in 2019 to critical acclaim. It was nominated for the Game of the Year by several noteworthy outlets and picked up multiple awards. Our review praised the game's story, audio design and exploration, among other things. After a two-month delay, Control receives the first of its two expansions - The Foundation - on Xbox One, which you can download for £12.49.

Come Get Some With the Release of Project Warlock on Xbox One

It seems like first-person shooters inspired by games of the '90s are enjoying a resurgence right now. Thanks to the 2016 reboot, DOOM is more popular than ever. So much, in fact, that the original trilogy was re-released on Xbox One last year. Following in the footsteps of the excellent shooter Ion Fury, Project Warlock has now landed on the Xbox One after launching on PlayStation 4 and Switch days earlier.

Looking back to 2005 and the Hot Coffee Mod in Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

It's a game that doesn't cease to amaze even now and deserves an honorary place in the video game hall of fame. Let's go back to 2005 and take a look at the revolutionary sandbox wonder that is Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.

Ranking 5 Best Resident Evil Spin-offs

Back in 2019, I undertook the daunting task to rank every single mainline Resident Evil entry. It wasn't easy. Since then, however, I've wondered - what about spin-offs? Fast-forward to 2020 when the whole world is literally on lockdown. Is there a better time to cover a virus outbreak series? And so I determined to do just that - I shortlisted 5 of the best best Resident Evil spin-offs and ranked them from the worst to the best.

Give Nemesis Stars With the Release of Resident Evil 3 Remake on Xbox One, PS4 and PC

"September 28th. Daylight... the monsters have overtaken the city. Somehow... I'm still alive...". How many times have you heard these words? Today, with the release of the Resident Evil 3 Remake on Xbox One, PS4 and PC, it's possible you'll hear them again.

Looking Back to 2000 and Soldier of Fortune – the Chuck Norris of Shooters

If you were fortunate enough to grow up in the 80s and 90s, then blockbuster action movies were almost like a religious process. I, for one, spent an exorbitant amount of time watching legendary flicks like Die Hard and Predator again and again. And more often than not, at least one such movie would air on the TV during weekends. Released back in 2000, Soldier of Fortune effectively emulated action movies in video game form.

Ori and the Will of the Wisps Jumps Onto Xbox One, Game Pass and PC

In 2015, Ori and the Blind Forest released to critical and commercial acclaim across the board. Its colourful hand-drawn visuals resonated with players of all ages, while the tight and challenging action-platformer gameplay required precision and quick reflexes from those craving to test their skill. After a brief delay, its sequel, Ori and the Will of the Wisps is finally available on Xbox One, PC and... drumroll... Xbox Game Pass!

Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle Sneaks its Way Onto Xbox One and PS4

With games like the Yakuza Remastered Collection and Darksiders Genesis releasing during the same month, one might be excused for forgetting about a bundle of classic titles by PlatinumGames. Bayonetta & Vanquish 10th Anniversary Bundle is now available for purchase on the Xbox One and PlayStation 4.

Darksiders Genesis Brings Co-op Strife to Xbox One, PS4 and Switch

Is there a better way to spend this Valentine's Day than in the company of the four horsemen? Well, only two of them, actually, but that should still suffice. Following the game's release on PC and Stadia back in December, Darksiders Genesis is now also available for purchase on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Switch.

Resident Evil 3: Nemesis – the Perfect Balance of Action and Horror

It's Valentine's Day, a perfect day to escape from Raccoon City. Replaying Resident Evil 3 now for who knows what time - it all falls into place for me. It's the perfect equilibrium of action and horror which Capcom should've never deviated from. And if trailers of the upcoming remake are an indicator, the new game will remain true to this formula.

Looking Back to 2015 and the Atmospheric Resident Evil HD Remaster

Let's take a look at the Resident Evil HD Remaster, how it significantly improved upon the original and became one of the best horror games ever made.

Looking Back to 2005 and the Explosive Action in Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction

Ladies and gentlemen, we're taking a look at evil North Korean masterminds, shit-talking Swedes and giant explosions in Mercenaries: Playground of Destruction. Booooom!

Step Into the World of 2D Horror as Tamashii lands on Xbox One

All I want for Christmas is blood, gore and a bundle of fresh diapers. Today, courtesy of Digerati, Tamashii brings some truly creepy Japanese horror to the Xbox storefront.

Tropico 6 Review – Capitalism, Ho!

Tropico 6 on Xbox One is a tasteful satire on the inner workings of politics. But it's also a satisfying simulator of building and organising your very own nation. It's a fun and challenging process of gradually erecting a complex infrastructure and then seeing everything function like clockwork. And of course, it's also all about the contents of that Swiss bank account.

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Hands-on with Valorant on Xbox – the next big shooter to take the console market by storm

Valorant on Xbox is an ultra-competitive, free-to-play FPS that will have you sweating from tension.

Looking Back to 2012 and the super sexy combos of Devil May Cry HD Collection

For those of you who have been living under a rock or deep in the jungle for the last ten years, the Devil May Cry games feature a protagonist called Dante. And this is Dante when he was just effortlessly cool...

5 of the best fishing games on Xbox One

As I've played almost every fishing experience that you can find on the big black box, I thought I'd attempt to rank them, nailing a list consisting of 5 of the best fishing games on Xbox One, if you will.

Goat Simulator 3 adds the Multiverse of Nonsense DLC

Love the madness of Goat Simulator 3? Well, it's about to ramp up once more with the addition of the first piece of DLC - Multiverse of Nonsense. 

#BLUD Review

#BLUD is a valiant attempt to break the mould of the traditional dungeon crawler.

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#BLUD Review

#BLUD is a valiant attempt to break the mould of the traditional dungeon crawler.

Still Wakes the Deep Review

Still Wakes the Deep is a linear game, one that will take you roughly six hours or so to complete.

Alchemist: The Potion Monger Review

Alchemist: The Potion Monger is a good, family-friendly game that will satisfy those looking to brew up some magic in the depths of a cauldron.

Democracy 4: Console Edition Review

The sheer level of detail in Democracy 4: Console Edition is very impressive.

Downward: Enhanced Edition Review

Downward: Enhanced Edition is a bit of a bargain. The parkour elements are fun, as it allows the player to zip and jump around, whilst the exploration of a ruined world brings secrets to the fore.