About: Leon Peters-Malone

Leon Peters-Malone

Old hat gamer who’s start goes back to the Sega MegaDrive and still remembers seeing the Genesis on store shelves. Mainly a strategy gamer, I dabble in most other genres. There’s a long list of stand out titles I want to see come back, Ground Control, Homeworld, MechCommander, a proper send off to the Tiberium world of Westwood’s creation. Also very partial to most things set in space, especially at the fleet side of things. Current gaming gear include the Xbox 360 and Xbox One, PS3 and PC.

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Destiny 2 Review

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Bungie returns with their own universe, Destiny. While a massive improvement from the first vanilla release, there’s still areas to improve. Those are far outnumbered by the improvements they’ve made.  There’s plenty to keep you busy, exploring, and fighting. While still early days, there’s enough here to keep you busy. Gameplay This time round Destiny gives us the Red Legion, Continue Reading...

Cold Waters Review

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The North Atlantic has seen a lot of combat over the years, here alternate history turns the last years of the Cold War into a hot war. With a submarine at your command, you’ve been given the chance to stop the great Soviet Navy and to bring the war to a close in the favour of NATO. From attacking convoys Continue Reading...

Aven Colony Xbox One Review

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Economy, colony building is something that I do enjoy. Every so often it’s nice to be able and sit back and not need to worry about coming under attack. Simply balancing input and output, answering the needs, basic and complex of those in the colony. You do not only that here, but go through a reasonably well written story in Continue Reading...

Steel Division: Normandy 44 PC Review

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Historical RTS’s are something I rarely touch. Ever since I played Blitzkreig 2 many years ago. There was always something that stopped me, either I didn’t like the mechanics; I felt they got the history wrong or bought too much into the myths of the period and the invincible Tiger. Here I get the brutal start to the campaign to Continue Reading...

Drifting Lands PC Review

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Having fond memories of things in the style of R-Type, Raiden arcade game I was expecting something of that sort, short burn lives, lots of projectiles to avoid and plenty of big scary bad guys. All of that is here and more, modifiable ships, different grades of missions and refreshingly short but fulfilling missions. Not only that a fairly strong Continue Reading...

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