• Review Deadpool (PS4)

    A marvel

    Deadpool's PlayStation 4 port is a hard one to review, considering that it's just a straight port – no graphical update, no new modes, not even any new extras. At first glance, £30 for a game that launched a couple of years ago seems a bit steep. Luckily, this is a game that has aged well. On the PS4 we've had our share of bad ports –...


  • Review Deadpool (PlayStation 3)


    Juvenile quips, over-the-top gore, fourth wall breaking referential humour, and excursions into insanity all paint the picture of the perfect Deadpool game, and in some ways this is it. You'll laugh wholeheartedly at the jokes and ridiculous scenes, but despite the excellent realisation of the character, the highly repetitive and...


  • Review Transformers: Fall of Cybertron (PlayStation 3)

    Got the touch?

    When it was first announced, 2010’s Transformers: War for Cybertron seemed about as appealing as a collision with a planet eating asteroid named Unicron. The High Moon Studios developed third-person shooter was revealed right around the cusp of Bayformers fever, and despite the Soundwave-esque sincerity of the developer’s...


  • Review Transformers: Dark Of The Moon (PlayStation 3)

    Transformers: Dark Of The Moon is a surprisingly solid movie tie-in

    The gameplay is knowingly straight-forward, but an abundance of decent set-piece encounters and a robust online multiplayer component make this spin-off an enjoyable, if entirely mindless affair. High Moon was onto something when it released War For Cybertron on PlayStation 3. The...


  • Review Transformers: War For Cybertron (PlayStation 3)

    Transformers: War For Cybertron is set years before the events of the original cartoon series, commonly referred to as Generation One

    Fans of the franchise will know that it's at the start of said series where the Transformers take their fight away from their native land of Cybertron to the energy-ridden plains of Earth. War For Cybertron, as the...