Category: Reviews & Impressions

Outer Wilds (Impressions)

Originally I remember Mobius Digital’s Outer Wilds being a bit of an enigma after being announced at Xbox’s E3 2018 presentation. For those who watched on Mixer it was bundled in as a gift that for many sat in a preordered state on their console’s hard drive for […]

GRID (The Late Review)

In 2019 for the first time in almost a decade Microsoft elected not to release a Forza game. Forza Motorsport 8 will most likely be a Xbox Series X launch title out later this year. In 2019 Codemasters picked the perfect time to release a reboot of their […]

Halo MCC, Reach Edition (Impressions)

It’s been almost 5 years (!) now since the original launch of Halo: The Master Chief Collection (MCC) and to developer 343’s credit they’ve stuck to their guns in giving the product the attention and support it deserved after the kind of launch that could sink franchises. A […]

Rage 2 (Impressions)

I might have been in the minority when it came to those who enjoyed id Software’s 2011 post apocalyptic shooter Rage. The combination of first person shooter and open world vehicular combat may not have been revolutionary but it was a very solid shooter and was an impressive […]

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order (Review)

Note: for an additional perspective on Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, please check out our previous impressions post. After years of promises and false starts EA, with the help of Titanfall developers Respawn Entertainment, have finally given players a grand Star Wars adventure to play. The campaign from […]

World War Z (Impressions)

When Left 4 Dead arrived on PC consoles it left me with lasting impression of what I expected from co-op games. Putting up to four players together in a mini campaign where everyone has to look after each other whilst taking on the zombie hordes created some exciting […]

The Outer Worlds (Impressions)

Obsidian’s latest RPG is out and from what I’ve played so far of The Outer Worlds it feels like the perfect game for anyone who’s been missing a single player Fallout. And I will mention that series a lot here as the lineage between this and Obsidian’s own […]