Never have I wanted to “Not like” a game so much…
Gun Media and Illfonic have announced the release date for Friday The 13th: The Game and it’s fast approaching. May 26th, 2017 is when you can expect to cause mayhem, bring despair and have some good ol’ killing fun. Releasing on Xbox One, PS4 and Steam in a month’s time, prepare for Jason’s fury.
That’s right, Activision have now pulled back the curtain on the next instalment in the huge Call Of Duty franchise. Being developed by Sledgehammer Games, Call Of Duty WWII will take the series back to it’s roots. More is yet to be seen however as the Worldwide Reveal Livestream will take place on Wednesday April 26th, 5:45pm BST. Alternatively if […]
A Rose in the Twilight is the adventure puzzle platformer with a dark, gritty twist. Unlike most games of the genre this experience is set in a seemingly desolate castle with all trace of hope and happiness being non-existent. It definitely isn’t the first game to take this twisted approach with the genre as both Inside and Limbo did this […]
Genuinely, I laughed…I feel so dirty for having admitting that.
Mr. Shifty isn’t the most glamorous name for a video game, it’s basic, but straight to the point and lets you know what you are in for.
The original Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers TV show was always big part of my childhood. What could be more awesome as a kid than watching superheroes with giant combining robots fighting monsters?. It helped spark my love of the Tokusatsu genre and became such a massive hit that it spawned an entire franchise, exactly like its Japanese counterpart ‘Super Sentai'(which […]
For a good number of years there have been murmurs of Hollywood wanting to make a version of ‘Ghost in the Shell’ and now it’s finally a reality. Originally starting out as Manga, ‘Ghost in the Shell’ is most notable as being adapted into an anime feature in 1995 by director Mamoru Oshii which is regarded one of the greatest […]
‘Beauty & the Beast’ is the latest in Disney’s attempts to remake some of their animated classics in to live-action movies for modern audiences. This one of course is adapted from their 1991 animated film (which itself is based on a old French fairytale) that was part of Disney’s Renaissance period and the first ever animated film nominated for an […]
Wartile, on early access is best described as Harry Potter chess meets Tabletop Simulator. We quickly run through the basics of movement, combat and how positions of advantage work, which is absolutely vital to success, more than you may at first realise. Movement is very easy to grasp – visually it looks exactly like moving inch high models in some […]
Bomberman is another game series I have never played until this instalment, I had always heard good things but never had the interest. Now, I am kicking myself for not trying it in the past. Run around and blow everything up, that’s like the key element to some of my favourite games like Grand Theft Auto. The experience features a […]
Below is CONQUEST’s video review for Dimension Jump on PC and was reviewed by Michael Jones (Gryffudd). Story: N/A Visuals: 7/10 Sound: 7/10 Gameplay: 8/10 Game Design / Innovation: 8/10 OVERALL: 7.5/10 – GOOD (Disclaimer: CONQUEST received a review copy of Dimension Jump on steam however this does not in anyway affect the scoring of a game or our thoughts […]
Now I’m often against this new fad of re-releases and remasters, however when that re-release is a compilation that brings a franchise to a new platform, to a wider audience for people to experience for the first time, then it isn’t so bad. Having never played Danganronpa in the past but always wanting to I was thrilled to hear that […]
Having played the majority of the Killzone franchise I had a vague idea of how horizon zero dawn would look visually, even though Killzone games are linear by design there is one thing that you cannot deny with guerilla is their passion for a gripping expansive story. The scale and depth of this undertaking with horizon had me wondering if […]
Verdun. A first-person shooter based on World War 1 released back in April 2015 on Steam which received great reviews, so the natural progression to consoles was soon to follow. On March 8th 2017, Verdun found its way to Xbox One after nearly 2 years on from its PC release. History, is in your face! Placed well with loading screens […]
Being a spiritual successor to 1995’s Descent, Sublevel Zero has a high bar to aim for. This first-person roguelike six-degree-of-freedom shooter packs a punch and it’s a mean one at that. Upon playing I had flashbacks to Star Wars: Return of the Jedi when the Millennium Falcon darted through thin corridors followed by Tie Fighter’s on its mission to blow […]