Bioshock Infinite: Burial at Sea Episode 2 Review


Burial at Sea Episode 2 is Irrational Game’s swan song, one final bow that puts a coda on Bioshock Infinite and ties a neat (but rather convenient) bow around the whole series. As a final piece of work by a beloved developer, Episode 2 stands up very well. It’s not only miles better than the hugely underwhelming first episode, it ... Read More »

Google Remote Desktop for Android Review


Yesterday Google took the beta tag off on one of its neatest apps out there. The Google Remote Desktop program will allow you to securely remote control your computer from any Android device, just as long as it’s Ice Cream Sandwich and above. How does it handle? Take a look below. Setup is easy as it is a chrome extension ... Read More »

Cloudbuilt Review: Gotta Go Fast

Cloudbuilt Title Screen

On paper, the concepts presented by Cloudbuilt make it out to be a game that would be right up my alley. It boasts a killer art style, rocks a fantastic soundtrack, and promises fast-paced arcadey style action platforming that plays like a mix of Mirror’s Edge and Mega Man. Leading up to it’s release, it was high up on my ... Read More »

Monument Valley Review


There’s an innate joy in playing something as wonderfully creative as Monument Valley. This iOS title has flavours of Fez and Echochrome (with a sprinkling of ICO), but it’s also rather unique. It’s a perspective focused puzzle game set in an M C Escher style world, where waterfalls infinitely flow and paths loop round impossibly. The focus of Monument Valley ... Read More »

The Wolf Among Us: Episode 3 – “A Crooked Mile” Review

Wolf Among Us Episode 3 Crooked Mile

The news of The Wolf Among Us’ episode three release was quite a surprise. Only two months separate this episode and the previous one back in February. Compare that to the four months between the first and second episodes. My first reaction was excitement at the prospect of continuing Bigby’s story looking for a murderer. The excitement increased when I ... Read More »

FTL: Advanced Edition Review


Finally, it’s time to scream, “Divert power to the shields” at your monitor again! Subset Games, the makers of FTL: Faster Than Light, released their Advanced Edition update on April 3.  Free to all current and future owners of the game, the update adds new weapons, new systems, a new race, and new ships and layouts to the rogue-like combat ... Read More »

Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset Review

Logitech G930 Wireless Gaming Headset

I recently came to the realization that a good gaming headset can be a great addition to a game, especially one with 7.1 Surround Sound. To that end, when my previous headset broke – I had to decide on a new one that I could use for my every day gaming needs. When looking at price, features, and sound, as ... Read More »

Diablo 3 Reaper of Souls Review: Death Awaits

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“That was a worthy foe. Glorious” –Kormac In a sense your follower shows innate aptitude, commenting not only on the defeat of a rare champion mob, but the relationship Diablo 3 has with its newest expansion- the Reaper of Souls. Diablo 3 has undergone monstrous changes in the past year, and is right up there with the likes of the ... Read More »

SteamWorld Dig Review [PS4] – Dig Deep for Adventure

SteamWorld Dig Review

SteamWorld Dig is a 2D Platformer which has been out for the PC and Nintendo 3DS for a few months now, and has received ratings that definitely well deserved. Putting you in the shoes of Rusty, a robot who has taken over his uncle’s mine, you will dig your way deeper and deeper into the mysteries of the mine. Offering ... Read More »

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes Review

MGS Ground Zeroes Featured

Your first playthrough of Ground Zeroes will only take a couple of hours. If you aren’t the sneaking type it will significantly shorter. This sounds like a poor value proposition at thirty dollars, but when the credits roll on the Ground Zeroes mission the real game begins – and there’s a whole lot more to it. Ground Zeroes is a ... Read More »