Shadow of Mordor is an open-world adventure set in Tolkien’s Middle Earth that sees you take control of exiled ranger Talion, who has his wife and child brutally murdered in front of him by Sauron’s troops. The twist is that Talion is also killed, but finds himself both reborn after the fact, and that Read More
As was the case for many people when it released, The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time marked the first time a game truly managed to resonate with me in a way comparable with great works of other mediums.
In the same way a great novel or a film leaves its mark on you, Ocarina of Time showed me what games were capable of achieving. And like me, it had a profound effect on the millions who played it, forever changing the gaming industry. Read More
Released in 1996, Super Mario 64 took the gaming world by storm, revolutionising the way games were played. Taking one of the most beloved mascots in gaming history and transitioning him from a 2D to a 3D world was a challenge Nintendo had to pull off, and boy did they. Read More
Rayman Legends, the sequel to the critically acclaimed Rayman Origins, sees everyone’s favourite limbless hero platform his way through medieval themed levels in a quest to save the Teensies. He’s joined by a few playable friends who are unlocked along the way. Here’s what I make of it: Read More
Released in 2008 for the Xbox 360, Trouble in Paradise (TiP) is the sequel to 2006’s Viva Pinata. I have opted to review the sequel as it very much builds on everything the first game does without being too different – in that it’s almost an expansion of the first game. The majority of the game’s positives and negatives apply to both games, so I’d recommend playing TiP if you’ve never played either game. Read More
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