Life Is Strange episode 4: review

Life Is Strange episode 4: review

Jul 30, 2015

Format: Xbox One (version reviewed), PS4, PS3, 360, PC Unleashed: Out now Publisher: Square Enix Developer: Dontnod Entertainment Players: 1 Site: http://lifeisstrange.com/agegate.php Game purchased by reviewer WARNING! This review will contain spoilers for episodes 1-3. You should therefore play those first (or at least read our reviews) before continuing....

Way of the Samurai 4: review

Way of the Samurai 4: review

Jul 28, 2015

Format: PC (version reviewed), PS3 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Ghostlight LTD (PC), XSEED Games (PS3) Developer: ACQUIRE Corp. Players: 1 Site: www.wayofthesamurai4.com Game code provided by the publisher Way of the Samurai 4 is perfectly imperfect and straddles the line between being so bad it’s good and incredibly good but poorly executed. It’s a...

The Escapists: review

The Escapists: review

Jul 21, 2015

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), PC, Xbox One Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Team 17 Developer: Mouldy Toof Studios Players: 1 Site: escapistgame.com Game code provided by the publisher We remember fondly playing The Great Escape on the humble old ZX Spectrum many moons ago. The isometric adventure which tasked you with escaping from a German prisoner of war...

Tales from the Borderlands – Episode 3: review

Tales from the Borderlands – Episode 3: review

Jul 15, 2015

Format: PC (version reviewed), OS X, iOS, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One, Vita Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Telltale Games Developer: Telltale Games Players: 1 Site: https://www.telltalegames.com/talesfromtheborderlands/ Game code provided by the publisher Whilst it may not quite be hitting the standards of Valve time, Tales from the Borderlands Episode 3...

Meet your games machine’s new best friend, Prif

Meet your games machine’s new best friend, Prif

Jul 8, 2015

Have you been with Critical Gamer long enough to remember Steven Gurevitz? He gave lots of quality writing in his time with us but, a little over two years ago, he left to join the clan of Gioteck. Even though he moved on from there this year, we’ll happily assert that Gioteck make some great products, and you should totally consider them for your next...

I still love Titanfall, and refuse to apologise

I still love Titanfall, and refuse to apologise

Jun 22, 2015

If you need to ask why I love Titanfall, I can only presume that you’re unaware of the giant robots and jetpacks. Reasonable at it seems to me to present that first sentence as a convincing argument of Titanfall’s worth, I suppose tradition dictates that I should elaborate a bit. I’m sure many of you have a good understanding of what...