Our review of the brand new “F1 2019” videogame by Codemasters is now online! Here’s a snippet: The 2019 cars and tracks are changed very little from last year, so there’s not a huge upgrade, nor is there much different to see. That’s underselling the changes though, which aren’t just limited to the aforementioned story mode. Full review.
Saber Interactive, in partnership with Focus Home Interactive, has released the free ‘Six Skulls’ update for World War Z. This latest content pack introduces the new six-skull extreme difficulty setting for all chapters released so far. More than ever, these challenges demand careful resource conservation, a strategy to cover every corner and truly skilled trigger fingers, with unique ...[Read More]
Our review of the new “Bloodstained: Ritual Of The Night” is now online. More: Bloodstained is instantly familiar to anyone who grew up besting Dracula in the Castlevania games that helped not only refine, but name, the Metroidvania genre. The gothic, Victorian-England alternate reality look and feel to the world of Bloodstained is pure Iga, and it helps sell the piece as something wor...[Read More]
Set in 18th century England, where a paranormal force has summoned a demon-infested castle, revealing crystal shards infused with tremendous magical power, players of Bloodstained take on the role of Miriam, an orphan scarred by an alchemist curse which slowly crystallizes her body, enabling her to use spells, weapons, special items and abilities to tailor the game to their playstyle. To save huma...[Read More]
Our reviewer Joe has done a full review of the new “Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth” for Nintendo 3DS. Here’s a snippet: Focusing at first on the gang from the latest mothership title, Persona 5, Q2 sees our loveable band of rogues nearing the end of their original journey. Shoehorned into the final months of that game’s timeline, the Phantom Thieves descend once more, as they h...[Read More]
In this movie-genre-spanning dungeon crawler destined for the big screen, the Phantom Thieves from Persona 5 find themselves locked inside an abandoned cinema screening films that are eerily missing their endings. The only way to escape their entrapment is for the Phantom Thieves to band together with the Investigation Team of Persona 4 and SEES members of Persona 3 to solve the mystery of the mov...[Read More]