Uncharted 4 – A Thief’s End review (PS4)

The Uncharted series can quite possibly be seen as the defining franchise for the PS3. Sure, there were a couple of excellent other games including the LittleBigPlanet games, but nothing comes close to Uncharted in terms of the quality offered and envy that non-owners of a PS3 must have (or should have) felt. After the recent remastered versions of the original trilogy, Naughty Dog is now closing the book on the series with Uncharted 4 – A Thief’s End. Here’s our review. Continue reading “Uncharted 4 – A Thief’s End review (PS4)”

Stellaris review (PC)

When we met with some of Paradox’s developers last summer, Stellaris had only just been announced the night before. The big reveal for Paradox during Gamescom, Stellaris was to be their first venture into the space/sci-fi world – of course making use of their vast experience in the strategy genre. Now that the game is here, it’s time to explore the universe in the shape of a review. Continue reading “Stellaris review (PC)”

Battleborn review (PC)

Battleborn is the latest game to enter the steadily growing, and perhaps overcrowded, genre of online multiplayer games. For every hit game that resonated with a community and sticks around for more than a year, there are at least five failures – often obscure ones. That makes it interesting when a AAA publisher and developer like 2K and Gearbox enter the arena – and Battleborn promised to be different. Continue reading “Battleborn review (PC)”