Author: Kyle Doherty

Destiny 2 Beta – Final Verdict

Looks pretty bright, considering we lost our light… Available for those who initially pre-ordered the game, the Destiny 2 closed beta went live on Tuesday this week for the PlayStation 4. With the beta opening up to the public today and having played through all of the content on offer across all three classes, I’ll be discussing how the beta stacks up to the hype surrounding Destiny 2, and whether or not it has influenced me to keep my pre-order active or cancel it. Destiny was a game that divided the console population upon its release; some people liked the...

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Review – Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles (PS4)

Cloud Catcher: Sounds like a euphemism for something… Priding themselves on being an upcoming micro-AAA studio, newcomer indie dev Prideful Sloth clearly had a vision when developing Yonder: The Cloud Catcher Chronicles. Part Wind Waker, part Stardew Valley, Yonder is definitely an interesting blend of genres. As usual I’ll be covering the PlayStation 4 version of the game, going over both the high notes and low points and ultimately looking at whether it’s worth picking up at the $19.99 asking price when it releases this Tuesday. Nintendo has always been something that felt alien to me; having been brought...

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Review – Black The Fall (PS4)

In Soviet Russia, video game play you… Hailing from Bucharest, Romania comes the brainchild of newcomer indie dev Sand Sailor Studio titled Black The Fall. Initially put on Kickstarter in late 2014, the game has since been backed by 1,669 backers totalling an impressive budget of £28,485 alongside going on to win six awards across the gaming conventions in 2016. Due for worldwide release on the 11th July 2017, I’ll be covering the Playstation 4 version of the game, going over the positive and negatives, and whether it’s worth parting with your money. Read Daniel Scott’s PC review here....

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Alien: Isolation – Two Years Later

In space, no one can hear your controller hit the ceiling… Released in 2014, Alien: Isolation was an unexpected surprise for the horror genre in gaming, especially after the bad taste left in people’s mouths after Colonial Marines. Now two years on, and having recently played through all of the content on offer, I’ll be sharing my thoughts on the complete package; going over the positives and negatives as well as the potential future of the franchise. Good horror is something of a rarity these days; with the market currently being saturated with the same old found footage and...

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In Memoriam: Aliens – Colonial Marines

I say we take off, nuke the game from orbit. It’s the only way to be sure… So the dreaded summer drought is finally here, rearing its ugly head each year and condemning gamers worldwide by forcing them to socialise with the outside world. Seeing as we’re in full swing of the dry season, and that there are no solid releases coming out until the latter half of Q3, I thought I would take the opportunity to hark back to a time in which a game that was massively hyped deflated quicker than a flan in a cupboard upon...

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