Necromunda: Underhive Wars Review

Under…whelming? Necromunda is one of my favourite tabletop games, so hearing we were about to get a videogame adaptation had me literally squeaking with geeky glee. Can it ever live up to my expectations? Story: The immediate impression was good, wit...[Read More]



WRC 9 Review

WRC: The arrival of WRC 8 last year at such a time was a pleasant surprise for all the rally gamers, since it was practically a creation that managed – after years of struggle with mediocrity – to throw off almost all the negatives and do...[Read More]

Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning Review

Kingdoms of Amalur: I remembered “Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning” fondly: I’d long touted its merits as an unsung gem, longed for more games of its genre to ape its fluid, arcadey action. I’d dug its fun, addictive levelling an...[Read More]



Othercide Review

Othercide: Turn based tactics games have always seemed cruel, killing off your units for good and punishing foolish mistakes. Early titles lead to the birth of the ‘save-scum’ – saving between every turn so you can easily undo any especia...[Read More]



Paper Mario: The Origami King Review

The Origami King: When the Gamecube ruled, Nintendo changed the great game system that ‘Paper Mario and The Thousand-Year Door‘ had, to something more similar to traditional Super Mario games, and making it more player-friendly. This serv...[Read More]



Desperados III Review

Desperados: I never played “Desperados” growing up – the last proper entry of which hit in 2006 – but I sunk a lot of time into its spiritual predeccesor Commandos. The slow, methodical, covert missions that sent you through insurmountabl...[Read More]



F12020 Review

2020 Edition: True to its appointment, as every year, this year Codemasters launches its new Formula 1 racing game – although this year it is true that we really did not know what to expect. The F1 2019 was an unforgettable experience, complete...[Read More]



The Last Of Us Part II Review


Part II: Sony and Naughty Dog seem to want to repeat the story, delivering The Last of Us Part II (TLOU 2 onwards) as the loudest swan song of the console’s exclusive titles, before the arrival of the next generation, as had happened before 7 y...[Read More]



Maneater Review

Mannnnnnn Eater: “Maneater” was the video game I never knew I always wanted. I’ve thought sharks were equal parts awesome and terrifying since I saw Jaws way too young – and subsequently became scared of the bathtub -but never did I...[Read More]



One Piece Pirate Warriors 4 Review

Pirate Warriors 4: The One Piece franchise, as a manga but also as an anime TV series, has made its ups and downs over time, but that doesn’t affect the audience watching it. In addition, this is reflected in the sales figures of the shonen ser...[Read More]

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