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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Surviving Mars Xbox One Review

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Once again it’s a trip to one of neighbours, the planet Mars. Red, dusty and ready to be colonised, if you’re able to find the resources to do it. Managing drones and repairs, finally bringing in colonists, it takes time to develop. Just like this game needs a little more polish. Gameplay Another game that takes you to Mars. Rather Continue Reading...

Ni No Kuni 2: The Revenant Kingdom PlayStation 4 Review

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Ni No Kuni returns with its sequel, Revenant Kingdom. Like the previous title, it has something few others can really claim, having a unique visual style. This is like playing a movie by Studio Ghibli, something they’ve kept. They’ve also added to the world and even the characters you explore. Gameplay Combat though not the heart of this game is Continue Reading...

Total War: Warhammer II PC Review

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The Total War series is something I was a fan of, while not every era interested me, I have fond memories of slowly, surely, dominating Japan, becoming Shogan. The intrigue, strategy, construction, upgrading, all of which was at my command. Warhammer II brings back this joy, with an obvious story, campaign. There’s so much to do, so much to learn Continue Reading...

Subnautica PC Review

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Planet 4546B could be an idyllic if it wasn’t for a few things, Reaper Leviathans, enforcement batteries and the assorted things trying to eat you. You’ll spend your time under the water, scavenging, hunting, building and travelling. Always looking for the next thing and getting distracted on the way, if you’re anything like me. Gameplay Subnautica is at its core, Continue Reading...

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