Grand Theft Auto V new generation review
It is not worth it for everyone to get Grand Theft Auto V a second time, not even with the updated graphics, the extra content in form of cars and high flying hallucinations, but for fans of the series it is an easy decision.
Tags: Editor's Choice, Grand Theft Auto, Grand Theft Auto V, GTA, GTA V, Nordic Game Supply, Rockstar
Kingdom Hearts 2.5 ReMiX review
After Kingdom Hearts 1.5 Remix introduced the Kingdom Hearts franchise to a new group of players, will 2.5 Remix cement their love for the series of games based on an eclectic mix of Final Fantasy and Disney?
Tags: Disney Interactive Studios, Kingdom Hearts, Kingdom Hearts 2.5 ReMiX, Square Enix
Alien: Isolation review
Can Sega redeem themselves after the disappointment of Colonial Marines?
Tags: Alien, Alien: Isolation, SEGA, Sigourney Weaver, The Creative Assembly
Singstar Ultimate Party review
I am a big music lover, and having asien blood in my veins, I am bound to love karaoke, right?
Tags: SCE London Studio, Singstar, Singstar Ultimate Party, Sony Playstation
Halo: Master Chief Collection review
Microsoft decided to collect 4 Halo games into one package, and while even the singleplayer campaigns is affected by bugs, the experience is quite decent.
Tags: 343 Industries, Editor's Choice, Halo, Halo Master Chief Collection, Microsoft Games Studios
Far Cry 4 review
After surviving the insanity of Vaas and the Rook Islands, how will Kyrat fair?
Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition review
Welcome to Hong Kong and the confusion going on between the mafia groups and the police.
Tags: definitive edition, Namco Bandai Games, Sleeping Dogs, Square Enix, United Front Games
Fantasia: Evolved review
After taking on plastic instruments and dancing, will Fantasia: Music Evolved manage to interest you in a new take on the music genre?
Tags: Disney Interactive Studios, Fantasia Evolved, Harmonix
Evil Within review
Bethesda takes a swing at Survival Horror in the long awaited Evil Within, was the madness worth the wait?
Tags: Bethesda Softworks, Tango Gameworks, The Evil Within
Razer Kraken Pro Neon review, pink edition
This headset is lightweight as promised, it’s foldable which makes it easier to shove it in the bag, and the variety of the colours in the line-up looks amazing, there’s a colour for everyone.
Tags: gaming, headset, pink hardware, Razer, Razer Kraken Pro Neon, Sound