Hotline Miami (PS4, 2014) – Review

1-800-MURDEREVERYONE Milo here. EH-OHH! A game review? Remember when I did these regularly???? Darn, oh well. Anywho, after a few years over wanting this badboi I saw it in some PS4 sale and could'nae resist getting my greasy grabbers on it. One of the biggest games to burst out of the indie scene, Hotline Miami,…Read more Hotline Miami (PS4, 2014) – Review

Top Ten 6th Generation Games – Milo

Milo here. Right, I'm getting worried now. We haven't heard of Reuben since July and now I've just got a Twitter DM from a cartel kingpin saying they've got him and will kill him from being un-productive until I pay their ransom. The ransom is only £50.... buuuuut Shadow Of War's out in a month…Read more Top Ten 6th Generation Games – Milo

Titanfall 2 (Xbox One/PS4, 2016) – Review

Big Ass Robots, Mate. Milo here. It's easy to laugh at the military-FPS genre. The overly serious storylines, the generic aesthetic, the 12-year olds that'll shoot you in the head and then scream gay slurs down their mics, classic. However, I can think of worse ways to spend an afternoon than turning my brain off…Read more Titanfall 2 (Xbox One/PS4, 2016) – Review

Skate 3 (Xbox 360/PS3, 2010) – Review

Wicked Sick! Milo here. As you'll know from my voluptuous figure and overall "cannot-be-assed" attitude to life, I'm no hot stuff when it comes to the athletic scene. So, it's a good thing that I can disguise this self-disgust whenever I pick up my controller and pop on a "sports" game. I could be a…Read more Skate 3 (Xbox 360/PS3, 2010) – Review

Red Dead Redemption (Xbox 360/PS3, 2010) – Review

Yeehaw and so on and so forth. Milo here, being a darn tootin' sonuvagun. Rockstar are pretty flippin' good, 'in't they? Creators of such acclaimed games like Beaterator and Table Tennis, as well as a lil' series called Grand Theft Auto, they have been at the forefront of the game industry and a phat target…Read more Red Dead Redemption (Xbox 360/PS3, 2010) – Review

Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege (Xbox One/PS4, 2015) Review

I got this game for my birthday and, to be honest, I didn't expect much. However, it ain't as bad as I initially thought it was. I wasn't really aware there were awesome classes and stuff. I thought it was just another CS:GO and Call of Duty clone, but it turns out it's actually really…Read more Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six: Siege (Xbox One/PS4, 2015) Review

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected Edition (Xbox One/PS4, 2013) – Review

I think it's rather fitting that the last game review I wrote was think of Crackdown 2, a fun game with a crap aesthetic, because this was pretty similar, just so darn better. Anyone with more than 3 brain cells and slight knowledge of video games will know that Saints Row has been getting more…Read more Saints Row IV: Re-Elected Edition (Xbox One/PS4, 2013) – Review

Sleeping Dogs (Xbox 360/PS3, 2012) – Review

From Square Enix, them guys who did all them Final Fantasies and stuff like that and such and so forth, comes a game that is like all of the JRPGs that Square is known for, except it isn't, at all, in the slightest, I'm using all of these phrases to boost my word count and…Read more Sleeping Dogs (Xbox 360/PS3, 2012) – Review

Burnout: Paradise – The Ultimate Box (Xbox 360/PS3, 2008) – Review

You know when you were but a child? You would play a lot, wouldn't you? Yeah? Yeah. You'd have your cars and you'd make them crash and the "boom!" sound with your mouth. Ah good times. Well, seven years ago, developer Critereon made that fantasy a reality, bringing to the world their latest in their…Read more Burnout: Paradise – The Ultimate Box (Xbox 360/PS3, 2008) – Review

Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (Xbox One/PS4, 2014) – Review

As Ground Zeroes dropped as the Xbox One Games with Gold this month, I was relieved that I was going to be able to play the glorified demo without paying £17.83 for it. I have never been a massive MGS fan and I'm pretty crap at stealth gameplay. However, if Phantom Pain is anything like…Read more Metal Gear Solid V: Ground Zeroes (Xbox One/PS4, 2014) – Review