Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag Review

  Assassin’s Creed, a series published by Ubisoft, has brought a new game into the Assassin’s Creed franchise. This being Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. This new sandbox is different than its predecessors, having 60 percent of the game featuring land, and the remaining 40 being in the vast sea.

Contrast Review

Developer(s): Compulsion Games Publisher: Focus Home Interactive Platforms: PC/Steam, PS3, Ps4, Xbox 360 Gameplay: Compulsion Games really made sure that the players of Contrast are instantly captivated into a 1920’s atmosphere.  In game, the player dashes through the world of Contrast in the viewpoint of a young girl’s imaginary friend,

SteamWorld Dig (PC) – Review

Rusty is a wandering steambot who just happens to come across a mine town in need of help. Enter SteamWorld Dig, a fantastic exploration-based platformer with heavy inspiration from the Metroid series and Terraria. Developer Image & Form has done a stellar job crafting one of the finest Indie games

Zelda: A Link Between Worlds Review

The newest installment in the Zelda series, A Link Between Worlds gives players a brand new experience with some very familiar faces. This new epic experience has the same layout as A Link to The Past (1992), however it provides a new feel to the game. I knew this game

Pokemon Emerald: Retro Review

    If you have paid any attention to me at all you will know Pokemon is one of my favourite franchises of all time. I decided to revisit my past of Pokemon and remembered my first game was Pokemon Emerald which at the time I thought was perfect! I

Mutant Mudds Deluxe (PC) – Review

Art by “stickerb” on deviantART Back in early 2012, a game known as Mutant Mudds was released by independent developer Renegade Kid on the 3DS eShop. The game was widely praised for being a great throwback to a retro era, although there were a few minor missteps that held it