Farming Simulator 2017 – Game Review

For reasons I don’t really want to get into now, I very recently played Farming Simulator 2015, so drawing a direct comparison with Farming Simulator 2017 is going to be
By Donny Chang on 04 Nov 2016

Mortal Kombat XL Review

Thanks to Warner and NetherRealm, the controversial poster child for ultra-violent fighting games, Mortal Kombat X, gets a ‘Game of the Year’ edition with all the DLC skin packs, fighting
By Jarrod Saunders on 10 Apr 2016

FIFA 16 Review

Expected to have sold over a million copies on the first day of release, the world’s most popular sports game franchise, FIFA, takes to the pitch with its third next-gen
By Jarrod Saunders on 28 Sep 2015

Disney Infinity 3.0 Review

When Disney Infinity 2.0 launched and introduced characters from the Marvel universe, it felt as though the dreams I had as a kid had finally come true. Not only could
By Deville Louw on 08 Sep 2015

Mortal Kombat X Review

The controversial poster child for ultra-violent fighting games, Netherrealm’s Mortal Kombat, is back with yet another aggressive, jaw-dropping blood and guts brawler. In an attempt to push the genre forward,
By Jarrod Saunders on 27 Apr 2015

FIFA 15 (PS4) Review

The most popular sports game franchise is back with its second next-gen release for football fans. Offering more visual additions and improved physical play, FIFA 15 is a landmark achievement
By Jarrod Saunders on 25 Sep 2014

CSR Racing Review

Ever since the inception of the Fast & Furious franchise, drag racing has become a phenomenon around the world. Game publishers NaturalMotion have bought into that phenomenon and brought it
By Darron Saunders on 28 Nov 2013

Batman Arkham Origins: iOS Review

Gotham’s Dark Knight makes a welcome return to iOS devices with NetherRealm Studios latest release, Batman Arkham Origins. The game kicks off with a really good intro video that sets
By Darron Saunders on 01 Nov 2013

FIFA 14 Review

There are only three guarantees in life; death, taxes and a new release of FIFA each year. Despite their considerable efforts, EA can’t guarantee that each FIFA release actually makes
By Jarrod Saunders on 24 Oct 2013

Game of the Week – Manuganu

Manuganu is a 3D side-scroller running game, in which you control the boy “Manuganu”. Unlike other usual running games, Manuganu brings on the “Halt feature” to avoid swinging rocks, hammers,
By Guest on 12 Jun 2013