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Here They Lie: PSVR Review

I’ve never been a huge fan of horror games. While playing games I don’t particularly enjoy being uncomfortable or on edge. Weirdly though, once I’ve finished playing the game, and I’m safe again, I do love to recount…

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Batman Arkham VR : Review

If there is one must have title to showcase your new PSVR headset to your friends, then Batman Arkham VR is it. It is easily the most impressive of the launch titles we have tried so far. While…

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Harmonix Music VR : Review

Despite coming from the studio behind Rock Band, Harmonix Music VR isn’t a game. It is a “VR Experience”. This is a phrase that you will see and hear quite often in the launch window. As devs get…

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Battlezone PSVR : Review

Battlezone is one of only a handful of full priced launch titles for Sony’s PlayStation VR that goes beyond a short “VR Experience” and delivers something that you can spend a substantial amount of time with. First launched…

Uncharted 4: A Thief's End Review Video Game Reviews

Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End Review

Despite hanging up his treasure hunting boots after the events of Uncharted 3, there was no way Sony and Naughty Dog would let their flagship franchise sail off into the sunset without having one final adventure on the…

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Far Cry Primal Review

Ubisoft take the tried and tested Far Cry formula and reinvigorate it by setting it in the most unlikely of settings, the Stone Age. In doing so they allow the player to experience what is essentially a reskin of…

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Ratchet & Clank Review PS4

At a time when HD remastering is rampant calling Ratchet & Clank a remastering, or even a reboot, would be doing it a disservice. Although technically it is a retelling of the story from the original PS2 classic,…

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Quantum Break Review 

It is the long history of playing with “time” that allows creators Remedy games (Max Payne and Alan Wake) to inject that little bit “extra” in to Quantum Break to set it apart from other time bending shooters…