Jon Davis

Since my Dad bought me a Master System after a stint in hospital I've been utterly obsessed with video games. Sonic The Hedgehog was my first love, but since then, I've not been fussy with genres - RPGs, FPSs, MMORPGs, beat 'em ups and sports simulators - I play them all.
The Surge 2

The Surge 2 Review (PS4)

Is This The Souls Destroying Game It’s Made Out To Be?   The Surge 2 is a scarcely disguised Soulsbourne clone. In fact, the camouflage that barely conceals Deck13 Interactive’s action-RPG is akin to the dodgy mustache afforded to characters in Guess Who. But dubious disguises aside, Deck13 Interactive’s…
Dying Light 2

Dying Light 2 gets a new trailer and a spring 2020 release window

Dying For More Parkour   Dying Light 2 got a brand-new trailer at the Xbox E3 2019 briefing. It also got a release window of Spring 2020 and is set to be released on PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4. The post-apocalyptic FPS is the sequel to the critically…
After The Fall

Arizona Sunshine Developer Vertigo Games announces new IP called After the Fall, 2020 release

Did Someone Say Left 4 Dead in VR?   After the Fall is the latest game to be announced at E3 2019 by developer Vertigo Games. The studio, best known for VR shooter Arizona Sunshine, says that its latest title is set to launch in 2020. Continuing its strong…

EA Play Kicks Off E3 2019 With Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

Is The Force Strong With This One?   EA kicked off E3 2019 with a 15-minute gameplay demo of  Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order. The game is being developed by Respawn, the studio best known for Titanfall and the enormously successful Apex Legends. The title is set in the…

Yakuza Kiwami 2 Review (PC)

Yakuza Kiwami 2 is The Definitive Yakuza Experience   Yakuza Kiwami 2 is the latest in the long-standing Yakuza series to get ported to PC and unlike many other sequels in the video game and film industries, the Japanese mafia simulator has the accolade of being superior to its…
The Wizards: Enhanced Edition

The Wizards Enhanced Edition Review (PSVR)

Spelling It Out     Spellcasting in RPGs has always been a bit of a drag. Loading materia into your weapons and armour and then selecting a spell, or even heading into a menu to tinker with duration, intensity breaks the immersion and fun of magic for me. In…

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