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Destiny review

Destiny Review

October 28, 2014 | by Joe Martin

One of the most important things in life is finding out who we are. It shapes our identity, helps decide our path in life and strengthens every aspect of our being. Destiny hasn’t quite discovered what it is yet; and without wanting to sound like an overbearing parent, it’s a little disappointing…

Risen 3

Risen 3: Titan Lords Review

September 5, 2014 | by Rhys Wood

The Risen series has, thus far, been an unfortunate exercise in mediocrity. It’s quite sad because its setting and worlds often have a ton of potential, but each game has smacked of rushing to meet a deadline that it never really seems to hit its stride…

Sacred 3 review

Sacred 3 Review

August 5, 2014 | by Mike Slater

Since 2008’s top-down action-RPG Sacred 2: Fallen Angel, series developers Ascaron sadly went into administration and handed the reins over to former publishers Deep Silver, who had interests in developing a sequel…

LEGO The Hobbit Review

LEGO The Hobbit Review

April 29, 2014 | by Adam Vjestica

Everything looks better as LEGO. Seeing your favourite fictional characters or real-world items transformed into the iconic blocks and pieces most of us grew up with is a real joy to behold. Hell, I’d go as far to say that a LEGO Lindsay Lohan would be more appealing than her real-life counterpart…

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn review

Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn Review

April 23, 2014 | by Rhys Wood

My history with the Final Fantasy series has been rocky at best. I started with the remake of Final Fantasy III on the DS and absolutely loved it. I went on to love IV, VI and IX as my favourites in the series, but never really liked VII, VIII or X; XIII was seen by many fans as a complete abomination, too, for a number of reasons…

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles review

Tales of Symphonia Chronicles Review

March 21, 2014 | by Rhys Wood

Reviewing a HD re-release of a decade old game can be quite tricky. For one, it’s tough to avoid judging the game by modern standards, especially when these days, a higher degree of polish is required to be deemed at the very least acceptable…