• Review DOOM VFR (PS4)


    Bethesda sure are the good guys this Christmas, eh? After coveting controversy with its review code policy over a year ago, the publisher’s really recaptured the adoration of gamers this holiday, supporting fledgling new formats like the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation VR. And following on from last month’s transformative virtual...


  • Review DOOM (PS4)

    Leviticus 26:7

    It wasn't until Wolfenstein: The New Order that we noticed how homogeneous first-person shooters have become over the past decade. The genre's certainly made strides forward, but from a big picture perspective, we've spent the past decade or so taking cover and performing pot-shots to reach our objectives. However, MachineGames'...


  • Review DOOM Classic Complete (PlayStation 3)

    Rock solid

    Boasting the full versions of Ultimate DOOM, DOOM 2: Hell on Earth, and Final DOOM, there's no doubt that DOOM Classic Complete is a comprehensive package for those looking for a nostalgia trip. But is the famous franchise still the daddy of first-person shooters? For better or for worse, the graphics of DOOM Classic Complete are the...


  • Review RAGE (PlayStation 3)

    Not even slight texture streaming issues can deter from RAGE's technical ambition

    With stunning textures and a consistent 60 frames-per-second, id's latest release is one of the best looking titles available on the PlayStation 3. But for as good as the game looks, the experience is marred by a number of inconsistencies. An offensive save system and...


  • Review Wolfenstein 3D (PlayStation 3)

    Serving as a history lesson for FPS newcomers or a nostalgia trip for the old-school, Wolfenstein 3D's presence on the PSN is certainly justified despite feeling ancient in almost every way

    Wolfenstein 3D is a game that has been around for a whopping 17 years and as such offers very little new. There are trophies to unlock and subsequent rewards for...