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Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD Remaster (PS4)

Final Fantasy X/X-2 HD

To say that the tenth chapter in the Final Fantasy saga is a divisive one, would be a vast understatement. Pay a visit to any JRPG forum and you’ll see a unanimous praising of Final Fantasy VII as the holy grail of gaming; but one person so much as mentions X,

Bloodborne

Bloodborne

It’s hardly a secret that Miyazaki and his team at From Software have made some difficult games in the past. The reputations of Demons and Dark Souls as being some of the toughest titles in the business are well known; and most gamers will at some point, have played one of

Mortal Kombat X

Mortal Kombat X Scorpion

All the way back in 1992, the entertainment world was shook by the arrival of the very first ‘Mortal Kombat’. A controversial take on the fighting-game genre, where you could win a match by literally killing your opponent. Cue the screams of angry parents around the world as they tried

The Evil Within: The Assignment DLC

Evil Within the assignment

It’s been a whole five months already since Shinji Mikami unleashed his mind-bending, psychological thriller, ‘The Evil Within’ onto the gaming community. Players and critics alike praised the Resident Evil creator’s new IP, and inevitably just a few weeks after launch, story DLC was announced as being in development. Almost half

Dying Light

Dying Light

It’s hard to say exactly when it started, but at some point over the last few years, gamers became obsessed with zombies. Whether it’s another Resident Evil remake, or more CoD: Black Ops DLC, much like the mindless horrors that they star, zombie-themed videogames are impossible to get away from. So

Bayonetta 2

Bayonetta 2

All right, I’ll admit I’m a little biased. Back in 2009 when Hideki Kamiya’s ‘Bayonetta’ was released for the PS3 and Xbox 360, I rode that angel-slaying, demon-summoning hype-train all the way to 100% completion. What's more, the demise of Bayo 1’s final boss had me in such hysterics that its

Call Of Duty: Advanced Warfare

Call of Duty Advanced Warfare

With the current generation still in its infancy, it’s not unusual to see new titles released across both new and old platforms. Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare is no exception, and we’ll begin by saying that the differences between the 360 and Xbox One/PS4 versions are purely visual and almost completely

Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor

Middle Earth Shadow of Mordor

Historically, games that have drawn from the Tolkien mythology have received something of a mediocre reception. Struggling to stand out from their big screen counterparts, the majority of Middle-Earth inspired titles have felt like hastily constructed movie tie-ins. However, with the help of Monolith Productions, Warner has created something of an

Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition

Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition

One of the most critically acclaimed sandbox titles of the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3, 2012’s ‘Sleeping Dogs’ seemed to take everyone by surprise with its compelling narrative and immensely enjoyable gameplay. In fact it earned itself enough of a reputation that developers United Front and Square Enix decided to

Murdered: Soul Suspect

Murdered Soul Suspect

The story of Murdered: Soul Suspect begins in a rather unusual way, when protagonist, Ronan is killed within the first five minutes by a hooded assailant. But rather than being immediately followed by ‘Game Over’ plastered across the screen in massive red letters (as we might have come to expect from

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