I am a lifelong gamer and have been happily writing about video games for some time now.
You are most likely to find me engrossed in a point and click adventure game, or playing some Retro arcade classics.
7/10? More like Mildlands….! Title: Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon Wildlands Developer: Ubisoft Paris Publisher: Ubisoft Available on: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PC Review by: Robin Parker The version... Read more
Few will argue that Hitman: Absolution was a major misstep for the long-running series from iO Interactive. Trying to shape the tried and tested strategic stealth experience into a streamlined action... Read more
Every time SEGA release a new entry in the Yakuza series, the Western gaming media talk about how commercially successful they always are in Japan, but they have always struggled to find a market in... Read more
Paul Cuisset is best known for early-nineties futuristic platforming title Flashback – a game that used rotoscoping to present players with some of the most realistic animation they had ever seen... Read more
The main feeling that I came away with following my time with Watch Dogs 2 was that of confusion. For some time, many voices in the industry have spoken about how Watch Dogs 2 fixes the issues that... Read more
Pendulo Studios is one of the best-known modern developers of point and click adventures. Though they aren’t prolific by any means, their Runaway series placed them firmly on the adventuring map... Read more
The first Mafia game is one of my all-time favourite video games in terms of accurately replicating a setting and atmosphere. It may not have had the greatest driving or shooting mechanics, but in... Read more
Coming as the third part of a trilogy of downloadable add-ons for Just Cause 3, Bavarium Sea Heist aims to go out with a bang, but ends up with more of a whimper. The three DLC packs have all shared... Read more
We Happy Few made quite the impact at E3 this year. After a successful Kickstarter campaign, gamers were eager to see what Compulsion Games had in store and they certainly delivered with a very... Read more
It’s strange to think that it’s been eight years since the first Mirror’s Edge game was released. That is almost the lifespan of a console generation and a lot has changed in the industry in... Read more
Frogwares made some bold strides in their first next-gen Sherlock Holmes title when they released Crimes & Punishments in late 2014, which certainly changed the series for the better. These most... Read more
Lumo is a thoroughly old-fashioned game and it wears that fact proudly on its sleeve. Produced as a labour of love by games industry stalwart Gareth Noyce (co-founder of Ruffian Games and veteran of... Read more
Reviewing something like Goat Simulator is a difficult prospect – especially this re-release which has come around two years after the title was first set loose to run amok through the gaming... Read more
This War of Mine is strangely compelling, pulling you back day after day despite the unrelenting misery of the situations you find yourself in. Inspired by the real events of the Siege of Sarajevo... Read more