Ready for take-off: Rocket League (Switch) review

The first time I ever laid eyes on Rocket League was shortly before the game’s official release. I and the original founders of Full Sync used to write for another website and we were fortunate to get a couple codes to review…

Switching up the pace: Mantis Burn Racing review

The Nintendo Switch has gathered much more respect than its unfortunate predecessor, the Wii U. In fact, the Wii U was dumped by a lot of people (including developers) almost immediately, while the Switch showed a lot of promise and…

To infinity and beyond: Everspace review

Our very own Atom_12272 has been checking out the action-shooter Everspace, developed and published by ROCKFISH Games. For those of you not fond of reading, we have a lovely video review just below, and for those of you who are less lazy,…

A light in the dark: Glo review

You don’t have to build massive open worlds, spend millions of pounds and introduce Nazi zombies in order to make a great game, sometimes keeping it simple can be just as effective. One of the best games I’ve ever played…

Cluckin’ crazy: Hermes review

The only thing worse than planning a lovely meal only to accidentally burn it in the oven is when your dinner runs away before you even get a chance to stick it in there. That’s what happened to Hermes the…

Mitchell & Johnson GL1 headphones review

Sometimes it’s nice to just sit down, put your headphones on and zone out listening to your favourite music. Sure you might miss someone delivering a parcel, or not hear your other half shouting from the toilet asking you to…

Absolutely orcsome: Middle-earth: Shadow of War (PC) review

I think, starting off this review, it’s a good idea to say if you’re a big fan of Lord of the Rings and Tolkien’s lore, try to put it behind you for the time being, because this game seems to…

Football’s coming home: PES 2018 review

The battle between FIFA and PES has been going on for as long as time itself, or at least since the 1990s, and following a couple of releases in which Konami seemed to be clawing back some ground on EA Sports‘ contribution to the genre, their latest…

Way of the warrior: Samurai Riot review

Samurai Riot is a 2D cooperative beat’em up arcade game with a twist! Playing as Sukane or Tsurumaru, two charismatic warriors who are torn between their duty and beliefs, follow your own way of honour through multiple scenarios that lead…

Bigger is better: Expand review

PlayStation has long embraced indie games. Ever since its launch conference back in February 2013, Sony has been adamant about its close relationship with independent developers, seeking to launch the next big indie hit to stardom. Seeing how Minecraft and…