Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 review (PS4)

The word “overwhelming” came to mind several times while playing Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 – in both positive and negative ways. The visuals, the story content and the roster… all aspects that stand out. Luckily, at the end of the day, the positives outweigh the negatives. Continue reading “Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 review (PS4)”

Dying Light: The Following review (PS4)

Dying Light was last year’s first hit game for us and we awarded it with a well-deserved 9.0 score. Afterwards, the game got expanded with DLC, and a few months later it was announced that the upcoming DLC “The Following” was going to be included into a full re-release of the original game. It is still free for season pass holders, but now also available for sale as either an add-on or as part of the ‘enhanced edition’ of Dying Light. Continue reading “Dying Light: The Following review (PS4)”

Sword Coast Legends Coming to PS4/Xbox One

Independent developers n-Space and Digital Extremes announced this week that Sword Coast Legends, the award-winning, party-based RPG set in the Dungeons & Dragons (D&D) Forgotten Realms universe from Wizards of the Coast, hits PlayStation®4 and Xbox One consoles Spring, 2016. Read the rest of the press release below, after the break: Continue reading “Sword Coast Legends Coming to PS4/Xbox One”

XCOM 2 review (PC)

When the XCOM series returned with Enemy Unknown and Enemy Within, it was a triumphant return to the strategic roots of the series. We’ve since seen a spin-off in the shape of ‘the bureau’, a so-so third person shooter – but XCOM 2 returns the series to what it does best: highly strategical warfare with an alien race. We met with Firaxis over the summer and learned that their ambitions for the game were best met using a PC version, so console gamers will have to do without a new XCOM for the time being. Continue reading “XCOM 2 review (PC)”