Bound by Flame review (PS4)

Bound by Flame is a by-the-book action RPG for PS4, PS3, X360 and PC, and manages to entertain while never really blowing you away. We reviewed the PS4 version of the game, developed by the French studio Spiders which started out developing adventure games but have recently released RPG titles such as Of Orcs and Men and Mars: War Logs. Continue reading “Bound by Flame review (PS4)”

Enemy Front preview (multi)

The release date for Enemy Front was recently announced as June 13th, 2014. We got to see the game in action a while ago and liked what we saw, so it’s high time for a preview for what could be a surprise hit this summer. The game returns to the WW II arena that many shooters called home a few years ago, but does so in a very different way than you may be used to. Continue reading “Enemy Front preview (multi)”

Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls review (PC)

Diablo III: Reaper of Souls is Blizzard’s long-awaited expansion for Diablo III. It smoothes out the experience for PC gamers much like the console version did last year and adds a wealth of content and gameplay enhancements along the way. Those who view this expansion as nothing more than a new Act to play would be wrong – Reaper of Souls redefines the entire Diablo III experience. Continue reading “Diablo 3: Reaper of Souls review (PC)”

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 review (X360)

Developer MercurySteam delivers us a sequel to the excellent and well-received first Castlevania: Lords of Shadow game, but does it live up to its predecessor and the Castlevania name? Coming out in the later stages of the X360/PS3’s life cycle and skipping the next gen consoles, we checked out the X360 version. Continue reading “Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 review (X360)”