The Little Acre review: An awfully big adventure

The Little Acre is a game born from that passion, and it radiates from every hand animated frame. Set in 1950’s Ireland, you play as unemployed engineer Aidan, the sole caretaker of his daughter Lily after his wife’s death and his…

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episodes 1&2 review

A New Frontier begins. Telltale’s The Walking Dead has spun off into standalone stories twice in-between seasons. The first, 400 Days, was a warm-up act for Season 2, spanning the stories of multiple new characters that would end up making appearances in later episodes,…

Darkest Dungeon review: Once more unto the breach

Reynauld, a noble knight and my trustiest warrior, speaks to me before we embark on our latest doomed quest in Darkest Dungeon. “I need a break… but I suppose I could do one more”. Reynauld is essential. He tanks damage,…

Kotion Each: GS2000 PC headset review

Kotion Each have kindly supplied us with our first peripheral to review, the GS2000 headset, so before we begin I’d like to introduce how peripheral reviews will work on Full Sync as they will be scored on a different system.…

City of Light: Batman Telltale review

Batman Telltale series has finally come to a close this week with the release of the final episode, so, as promised, it’s time to follow up on our earlier review and see how the series as a whole stacks up…

Final Fantasy XV review: The open road

Final Fantasy XV is a game of unbelievable scope. You’ll battle gods that tower over you like skyscrapers with swords the size of small cars. You’ll journey across a lovingly-crafted fantasy world, hunt beasts and demons through night and day, and…

Batman: The Telltale so far

If there was one franchise Telltale had the potential to mess up entirely, it’s probably Batman. Though they have proved their considerable talents again and again with pop culture darlings such as The Walking Dead and Game of Thrones, even taking…