Monthly Archives: October 2014

Borderlands: The Pre Sequel Xbox 360 Review

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The Borderlands series is one of the biggest loot collecting games in recent years, with its unique art style and endless array of weapons and has won the hearts of many.  Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel slots right in-between the first and second title, promising to be more like the original and to fix the issues that the sequel suffered from.  Personally Continue Reading...

Sunset Overdrive Xbox One Review

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There’s a new energy drink in town that’s turning everybody into orange spewing mutants and it’s up to you to save the world, or at least your own ass! Get ready to slide, grind and jump your way across Sunset City with Insomniac’s latest adventure Sunset Overdrive. Gameplay Your life in Sunset City is pretty boring to be honest and Continue Reading...

The Evil Within Xbox One Review

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Seeing that it’s time for Halloween, the release of The Evil Within, couldn’t have been more perfect. A survival horror game on next gen hardware? Sign me up I said. Little did I know that I was in for less than a treat. Gameplay You play Sebastian, a police officer who has just witnessed the grizzly murder of his fellow Continue Reading...

Driveclub PS4 Review

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The long awaited Drive Club is here with the sound of its roaring engines and glistening paint, but is it ready to burn rubber or stall on the starting line? Gameplay Driveclub is a racing title that leans more towards the arcade side of the spectrum, unlike Gran Turismo which is a more series simulation racer.  It’s not as arcade Continue Reading...

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Xbox 360 Review

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Having never experienced anything from the Naruto Shippuden franchise, I thought I’d find out what all the hype was about. Gameplay Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution is a 3D anime-style fighting game that fans are going to love, but for anyone else, maybe not.  Over the years fighting games have had an increasingly larger assortment of characters but they Continue Reading...

Middle Earth: Shadow Of Mordor Xbox One Review

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Historically I have enjoyed most games based on The Lord of the Rings, and I’ve been waiting for a new adventure title that encapsulates me. Can Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor bring me the happiness I desire? Read on to find out. Gameplay Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor is a 3rd person, open world, hack-and-slash adventure title that puts you Continue Reading...

Risen 3 Xbox 360 Review

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Explore the seas and the past in the latest incarnation in the Risen series. Explore, fight, sneak, and fight to regain what was taken from you. It might be standard fantasy fair, but it’s still mostly good. Gameplay Risen 3 Titan Lords is the latest in the line of Risen titles. Something of the hybrid of the first two, borrowing Continue Reading...

NBA 2K15 Xbox One Review

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NBA 2K15 is back and its certainly improved since last year’s release, however online issues still seem to hold this game back which would otherwise be near flawless. However, that’s no reason to not check out what I still feel is on the of the best basketball titles for 2014. Gameplay If there’s one thing I love about Basketball it Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 180 – DJ Discusses AC Unity

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This week on the DJ Podcast we’ve decided to mix it up a little with the creation of a new spin off podcast called DJ Discusses.  On this week’s show, it’s the show about nothing.  That’s right, no structure, no news, no reviews, and just good old gaming talk.  In fact we’ve picked one topic that’s worthy of discussion and Continue Reading...

Chariot Xbox One Review

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The king is dead, but that doesn’t mean that the journey to his grave is going to be sad. In fact it’s going be a lot of fun. Gameplay Chariot is a 2D side scrolling platform game where you take the role of either a prince or princess whose father has died. Your task is to push/pull the king’s coffin Continue Reading...

FIFA 15 Xbox One Review

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FIFA 15 is here and with an array of changes that will make any soccer fan excited.  There’s a range of changes that make this year’s FIFA 15 the one to own, but is it something that novice FIFA players would take notice of, or pass till FIFA 16?  In short, you’d be foolish to pass up FIFA 15. Gameplay Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 179 – PS+ Subscription fees rising and D4 to remain Xbox One exclusive

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This week on the Daily Joystick Podcast we discuss all the latest news including recent news that Sony is increasing the cost of its PS+ subscription service across the globe, angering gamers. Also, D4 will remain an Xbox One exclusive. There’s also a new Wii U update in town, plus Day Z creator hints at an Xbox One release and Continue Reading...

Metro Redux Xbox One/PS4 Review

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A remastered, return to the Metro network of both Metro 2033 and Metro Last Light. Prepare to climb to the surface, bleak and ruined, just as the state of the human psyche living below. Gameplay As this is a remastered game, it has not changed much since Last Light. This isn’t a bad thing at all, quite the opposite. Controls Continue Reading...