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War Tech Fighters Review

Reading Time: 5 minutes Have you ever felt like you wanted to pilot a Tech Fighter (Mecha) and kill everything that moves? How about something that looks like it is from the Michael Bay era of Transformers? Here you have it War Tech Fighters is something for you to get your teeth in to. Do not let the Michael Bay reference deter you. The game is rather fun.

F1® 2019 Review

Reading Time: 7 minutes Game Details Title: F1® 2019Developer: CodemastersPublisher: Koch MediaWebsite: https://Codemasters.com/game/F1-2019Genre: RacingPlatform: Xbox OneAudience: PEGI 3Release Date: Out NowPrice: £54.99 – Rapid Reviews was very kindly provided with a review copy of this title. I love F1. It’s […]

Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet Review

Reading Time: 4 minutes What made me want to play Nelly Cootalot: The Fowl Fleet was both the art style and its genre. Point and click style adventure games are not something I often play, so I wanted to try something outside of my usual catalogue. I also immediately loved the design of Nelly; as someone interested in illustration, it was something that stood out for me. Initially, because of the art style, I thought this was a children’s game. However, I soon learned that it was far from that and enjoyed the game a lot more than I was expecting to!

Chippy Review

Reading Time: 4 minutes Somehow, Chippy had not been used as the name for a video game, until now. From Facepunch Studios (developers of Rust) comes this twin-stick shooter that’s all about breaking apart giant transforming sprawling bosses. Early on, I was holding my eyes open, unable to blink as I avoided the onslaught directed at me until tears rolled down my face. But does Chippy crumble under the weight of its ambition, or does it run circles around the competition? Read on in this Rapid Review to find out.

The Sinking City – First Impressions

Reading Time: 4 minutes The Sinking City, available June 27th, is an investigation and adventure game from Frogwares Game Development Studio. You may know Frogwares from their longstanding Sherlock Holmes series of video games. The Sinking City trades that genius detective for a world of decay and rot in 1920s America, inspired directly by the works of horror author H.P. Lovecraft. Ahead of our full review, we wanted to provide some first impressions of this beast of a title.

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Sports Scramble Review

Reading Time: 6 minutes Some time ago, to become more fit, my wife and I decided to take up tennis. After spending far too much time and money getting the equipment needed, we found ourselves at the local park ready to exercise and have fun doing it! The thing is two people who had never played tennis before and weren’t that athletic, to begin with, play a pretty ugly version of the game. I chased down so many balls that day that at one point, I was hoping to follow one into traffic and end it all. I’m not very good at sports, and my desire to become better at them is about as strong as my desire to eat a salad, which is nil.

Dark Devotion Review

Reading Time: 6 minutes In Dark Devotion, you play as a Templar knight, who has decided to delve into the labyrinth of tunnels and dungeons to help rid the world of an unspeakable evil. Your journey begins as you start the prologue, where a rather handy tutorial helps the player know the key features of the game yet firmly establishes that it will not ‘hold your hand’ as you make your way through the story. Hacking my way through some rather mindless enemies, I felt that this would be a game that has not quite lived up to its Dark Souls reputation.