Monthly Archives: February 2016

Lego Avengers Xbox One Review

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Studs, studs and more studs. Traveller’s Tales are back with another LEGO game where players smash everything in sight, construct new equipment and re-live all your favourite moments from the movies in LEGO Avengers. With an impressive line-up of games up our sleeve and still more to come, what does this game bring to the table that will keep gamers Continue Reading...

Gravity Rush Remastered PS4 Review

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What was once a strong Vita title, has now landed onto the PS4. Could it have been ported due to diminishing popularity or could it be that this is the place it was meant to be all along? Gameplay The story stars Kat and several other supporting characters like her cat Dusty who can control gravity and lends its powers Continue Reading...

Unravel Xbox One Review

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Unravel comes to us by Coldwood Interactive and published by Electronic Arts and was conceived after Creative Director at Coldwood Martin Sahlin introduced us to this game at EA’s E3 2015 press conference. You can straight away tell that Unravel feels very strongly about love and connections with family as our character Yarny literally is made of Yarn that exists Continue Reading...

ARK: Survival Evolved Xbox One Preview

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Jurassic Park re-ignited our passion for dinosaurs and it is surprising to know that we haven’t had a single game involving dinosaurs that was any good, that is until now. Ark: Survival Evolved brings everything you could possibly ask for in a survival game with the awesomeness of our favourite pre-historic creatures. Gameplay Ark: Survival Evolved has been a popular Continue Reading...

Naruto: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Xbox One Review

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Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is latest game to be released for the ever popular Naruto franchise, brought to us by the guys over at Bandai Namco. Naruto Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 is a game that has definitely tried to take full advantage of the hardware of the new systems. Gameplay The core gameplay for Naruto Ultimate Ninja storm 4 Continue Reading...

Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders Xbox One Review

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It has been some time since I played a Point & Click investigation title. There have been a number of classics that come to mind and I am keen to see if an Agatha Christie title joins my list of favourites. Gameplay In Agatha Christie’s The ABC Murders, you follow Hercule Poirot and Arthur Hastings during their investigation of a Continue Reading...

Street Fighter V PS4 Review

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After releasing so many versions of Street Fighter IV, Capcom have decided to finally release a proper next gen sequel to what is possibly the world’s most known fighting franchise. The game is exclusive to PlayStation and PC. Gameplay Street Fighter V has several modes for the single player. Story mode which lets you play as each character with their Continue Reading...

Daily Joystick Podcast Episode 214 – Has Xbox One lost all it’s exclusives?

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Welcome to this week’s DJ Podcast and on today’s show we discuss all the news including Microsoft’s announcement that Quantum Break will no longer be exclusive to the Xbox One. We delve deep into this issue and the team put their opinions across on the issue. Also making news, Titanfall 2, Miitomo, Destiny 2, Watch Dogs 2 and much more Continue Reading...

Fallout 4 Xbox One Review

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It’s not every day that you can open your eyes to discover that 200 years have flown by and all that’s left is a wasteland and your memory of how life once was.  At atomic detonation has destroyed everything you once knew and loved and you are the sole survivor of vault 111. This is Fallout 4. Gameplay Fallout 4 Continue Reading...

Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India Xbox One Review

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Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: India follows on from last year’s China entry and sadly doesn’t improve much from that either. Unfortunately it seems this is another holiday destination Assassins creed chronicles should have skipped. At the very least in these chronicle entries, as these are some awesome locations that are being overlooked for the main games but are opened for these Continue Reading...

The Room 3 iOS Review

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This series continues and continues to improve in The Room 3. There’s something about this series which just keeps me coming back, the puzzles and the atmosphere are again, spot on. There’s something here that now calls back to the great point-and-click adventure games of yesteryear. I’m already looking forward to the next entry, however long it takes. Gameplay Much Continue Reading...

Star Trek Timelines iOS Review

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The arrival of the cross dimensional, timeframe exploration game. Every era, every show, is represented here. From the first NX-01 under Captain Archer to the NCC 1701D under Picard, there’s almost every major ship. The Defiant and Voyager are also here and more than welcome. Where this goes wrong and quickly does, is being free to play, the sacrifices made Continue Reading...