Rockstar’s thirteen-year-old cowboy simulator, Red Dead Redemption, has had a surprise re-release on PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. I’ve been cowboying on the go with the Switch version of the legendary game. Continue reading Red Dead Redemption Nintendo Switch review
Billed as the ultimate graphics cards for 1440p, AMD’s new Radeon RX 7800 XT and its sibling the Radeon RX 7700 XT aim to take on Nvidia in the contested, and very expensive, mid-range graphics card market. We were sent an AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT reference card to test, which was perfect timing with the release of Bethesda’s AMD-optimised Starfield. Continue reading AMD Radeon RX 7800 XT review
As a lover of gaming tat, Bethesda Game Studios’ Starfield Constellation Edition is right up my alley. But, no stranger to ridiculously expensive and slightly iffy collector’s edition versions of its games, Bethesda may have really outdone themselves this time. Continue reading Starfield Constellation Edition unboxing
HyperX has released a version of their Cloud Stinger 2 headset specifically designed for the PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
Matching the colours of the PlayStation 5 branding, this Cloud Stinger 2 headset is in brilliant white with an inlay of black and a flash of blue. The slimline box, as well, ditches the traditional red and white HyperX livery and is instead a more reserved white and navy blue. Continue reading HyperX Cloud Stinger 2 gaming headset for PlayStation review
Deck13 Interactive’s Atlas Fallen is a fast-paced combat RPG set in a fantasy realm.
The game starts with players selecting their own customisable avatar. As an Unnamed, the player’s character is in servitude to a malevolent regime. On discovering and bonding with a mystical gauntlet they are introduced to a peculiar guiding spirit called Nyaal. To be honest the story is pure forgettable hokum and you’ll remember the game more for its mechanics than the tale that surrounds them. Continue reading Atlas Fallen PC review
With Park Beyond, Limbic Entertainment and Bandai Namco invites players to build the physics-defying theme parks of their dreams.
Park Beyond enters a marketplace with very strong competition. The well-established Planet Coaster is feature-rich and also has the advantage of seven years of post-release tweaks to get it running well. Continue reading Park Beyond PC review
Aliens: Dark Descent is a real-time strategy game based on the popular sci-fi movie franchise. Players take command of a team of Colonial Marines on an inhospitable mining moon overrun by the titular Aliens. Continue reading Aliens: Dark Descent PC review
The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom is the latest expansion for Zenimax Online’s acclaimed fantasy massively multiplayer online game. Necrom expands players’ adventures in the region of Morrowind and into the realm of Oblivion known as Apocrypha. Continue reading The Elder Scrolls Online: Necrom PC review