Skyfront VR Announces Launch Date & New Trailer

Skyfront VR, the multiplayer FPS that came out in Steam Early Access in November last year, is finally launching on Steam, Viveport and, for the first time, Oculus store on 20 December 2018. The launch date comes with a brand new…

Is Cryptocurrency the Future of Gaming? – Advertised Feature

Given the rapid pace of innovation and development today, it’s anyone’s guess what the future of gaming will look like in the next couple of years. Of course, new gaming systems and gear are to be expected, but what other…

Edifier S50DB soundbar review

You may have seen our recent review of the Edifier S350DB speakers, but bookshelf speakers aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. Fortunately, we’re able to bring you a review for an alternative styled product that still oozes that typical style and quality that…

Rollcage reincarnate: GRIP Combat Racing review

With all the remasters we’ve seen released over the past twelve months or so such as Dark Souls: Remastered and Spyro Reignited Trilogy, you’d be forgiven for thinking that there had recently been a released remaster of Rollcage, the high-octane racing combat game released…

Life is Strange 2: Ep 1: Roads review: Strength of the wolf

Life is Strange 2 is almost a direct reversal of the acclaimed first outing. Where Max and Chloe’s story took place in the same town, largely focusing on the same characters throughout its five episodes and prequel series Before the Storm, the second…

Eternal flame: Spyro Reignited Trilogy review

For a while I’ve been feeling like my relationship with video games was turning stale. Being introduced to Paladins on Switch went some way to freshening up that relationship, but when you repeatedly get stuck with absolute morons in ranked matches who…

Dead Cells Review: Death Aplenty

Along a string of multiple triple-A titles which are released each month on both PC and Consoles, there are hordes of indie studios attempting their hand at fulfilling the dream of a successful game. Thousands of games flood PSN, Xbox…

Red Dead Redemption II review: Redemption Blues

In many ways, Red Dead Redemption II tells the same story as the first game. The dying romance of the old West, the price the country paid for America’s Manifest Destiny, and the ever-fading sunset rogues and outlaws try to ride off…