PlayStation Plus – May 2021 Games

After a great selection of games last month with PlayStation Plus, players can pick up some more fantastic titles in May. From May 4th, players will be able to pick up World War II shooter Battlefield V, as well as survival game Stranded Deep. PlayStation 5 owners will also be able to pick up carnage-filledContinue reading “PlayStation Plus – May 2021 Games”

5 Nintendo Switch games to look forward to in 2021

Four years since its release, the Nintendo Switch still proves to be one of Nintendo’s best-selling consoles, having sold just under 80 million units to date. New Nintendo Switch game releases have been somewhat hindered over the past 12 months as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, but thankfully as things are now getting backContinue reading “5 Nintendo Switch games to look forward to in 2021”

Mario Tennis Aces Review

Mario Tennis Aces is a tennis game, developed by Camelot Software Planning and published by Nintendo. Mario Tennis Aces was released in June 2018 and is exclusively available for the Nintendo Switch. There have been numerous sports games within the Mario franchise over the years and Mario Tennis has been one of its most popularContinue reading “Mario Tennis Aces Review”

PlayStation Plus – April 2021 Games

After receiving 4 games as a part of PlayStation Plus last month, this month we’re back down to 3 titles, but 3 excellent titles nonetheless! From April 6th, players will be able to pick up survival game Days Gone as well as third-person shooter, Zombie Army 4: Dead War. PlayStation 5 players will also beContinue reading “PlayStation Plus – April 2021 Games”

Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review

Spider-Man: Miles Morales is the second instalment in the Marvel’s Spider-Man PlayStation series and serves as a spin-off come sequel to 2018’s Marvel’s Spider-Man, developed by Insomniac Games. The game was released in November 2020 and is exclusive to PlayStation. The game is set approximately one year after the events of the original 2018 Spider-ManContinue reading “Spider-Man: Miles Morales Review”

A Way Out Review

A Way Out is a two player split screen action-adventure game, developed by Hazelight Studios and published by Electronic Arts. The story follows two convicted prisoners who must break out of prison and stay on the run from authorities. The game is available for PlayStation, Xbox and Microsoft Windows and is currently available to playContinue reading “A Way Out Review”

Worms Rumble Review

Worms Rumble is a spin-off of the Worms series and unlike its predecessors is a real-time action game, rather than the turn based tactical action in previous game. The game was released in December 2020 and is available for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation. The most significant difference in Worms Rumble compared to that of theContinue reading “Worms Rumble Review”

PlayStation Plus – March 2021 Games

Following February’s great offering of games available on PlayStation Plus, in March we get a similarly impressive roster, this time including 4 games! As of today (March 2nd), players will be able to pick up RPG Final Fantasy VII Remake as well as third-person survival shooter Remnant: From the Ashes. PlayStation 5 players will alsoContinue reading “PlayStation Plus – March 2021 Games”

Watch Dogs: Legion Review

Watch Dogs: Legion is an action-adventure game, published by Ubisoft and is the third instalment in the Watch Dogs series. The game is set in a dystopian London in the near future and combines shooting, driving, stealth and puzzle based gameplay. Watch Dogs: Legion was released in October 2020 and is available for Xbox, PlayStationContinue reading “Watch Dogs: Legion Review”

The Gardens Between Review

The Gardens Between is a puzzle based video game developed by The Voxel Agents. The game is available for PlayStation, Xbox, Windows and Nintendo Switch. The Gardens Between is also currently available on the Xbox Game Pass. The Gardens Between centres around two teenage neighbours Arina and Frendt who have become close friends. Whilst inContinue reading “The Gardens Between Review”