Steep – Game Review

When Steep was first announced by Ubisoft I wasn’t quite sure what to expect. Would this be a game about exploring vast open mountainous terrain or competing in different challenges
By Deville Louw on 07 Dec 2016

Watch Dogs 2 – Game Review

We’ve all probably been gripped by the fear that somewhere, somehow, someone is monitoring or even watching us, using our own technology against us (they could be watching you right
By Deville Louw on 23 Nov 2016

Just Dance 2017 – Game Review

I am not a huge fan of dancing, heck I barely danced at my own wedding. Yet for some unknown reason, my 5-year-old daughter is obsessed with moving to any
By Deville Louw on 15 Nov 2016

The Division: Underground DLC – Game Review

The Division has always been about shooting and looting in interesting and strangely beautiful desolate environments. Luckily the game’s first expansion, called Underground, continues to follow and in many ways
By Deville Louw on 26 Jul 2016

Trackmania Turbo Review

Right from the start, Trackmania Turbo will get your adrenaline pumping with its insane tracks packed with loops, drops, twists, turns and high-speed jumps. Every track is designed to not
By Deville Louw on 11 Apr 2016

The Division Review

It’s the most wonderful time of the year. As you enter Manhattan, you’ll notice festive lights lining the store windows as the snow softly falls on the streets and sidewalks.
By Deville Louw on 18 Mar 2016

Far Cry Primal Review

Cave lions, Sabretooth tigers, and Brown bears! Oh, my! It seems that 10 000BC is a more dangerous place than I had first anticipated. Welcome to the Valley of Oros,
By Deville Louw on 23 Feb 2016

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege Review

In the current dominant COD-era of the wartime deathmatch shooter, one can easily forget that several years ago there were more varied FPS multiplayer forms on the market, with various
By Daniel Rom on 23 Dec 2015