The Wicked Righteous: Issue 1

The prologue to The Wicked Righteous begins with heart-break, sadness and a wave of emotion that hits the reader like a ton of bricks from the word go. The first panel is of a sickly, gaunt and haunted looking married couple, dying from an unknown illness, clinging onto life as well as each other. The artwork in the opening frames struck me as dark and intense, a mere taste of what I was getting i...[Read More]



Constructor HD

I booted up my PlayStation 4 eager to try out the HD Remake of the original constructor, which was developed by System 3 and published by Acclaim Entertainment, Constructor made it’s first appearance back in 1997 for PC, before being ported onto a real conso…. I mean, home consoles such as the PlayStation. I ventured into the tutorial first to better acquaint myself with the controls and workings ...[Read More]



Tales of The Fractured Mind

The human mind, a power tool, as delicate as glass and no two the same. “I think therefore I am”, an often-used quote from Rene Descartes and to that effect I will tell you what I thought of Tales of The Fractured Mind. Before the comic section of Tales Of The Fractured Mind begins we are given a glimpse into the mind of the writer, it is an honest, raw and personal opening that gives the reader t...[Read More]

N For Nerds E3 Experience

E3 has become the showcase of the gaming community, the arena where Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo along with a whole other host of developers flex their gaming might and muscles to woo us.  Having followed the live streams, watched the press conferences and game videos have I been left impressed or underwhelmed? Microsoft Up first was the Microsoft Xbox E3 press conference, I was particularly keen ...[Read More]



Town of Light

Opening in the depths of Italian wine country, Tuscany.  The Town of Light is tranquil from the very start, but I can assure you it wasn’t the beautiful vineyards nor the scenic view I was here for. The graphics at the beginning of the game struck me as clear and clean, although with a few rough edges, like when I ventured into a deserted building there were certain items laying around that seemed...[Read More]



The Division

The Division is brought to us by Ubisoft and Tom Clancy, who doesn’t let a little thing like being dead stop him from making video games. The Division is an online-only, open world third-person shooter set in a post-pandemic Manhattan. Basically you shoot people, they fall down, you get experience and you’re hailed a hero! Okay there’s more to it than that. The Game play The cove...[Read More]



Gears of War 4

Gears of War 4 is set 25 years after the events of Gears 3, with game favourite and all round bad-ass, Marcus Fenix, playing the mentor role to his son J.D Fenix who is joined himself in this adventure by long-time friends Kait and Del.  The inclusion of Marcus reassured me that this was still the Gears series I had come to know and love but with the excitement of seeing the new generation take ov...[Read More]



WWE 2K17

The first thing I noticed from the get go, was how the games have continued moving away from the old Arcade style feeling of previous WWE titles, and into the world of wrestling simulation, trying to capture the feel of WWE as it is today. What’s Different? For Starters the single player has had a few minor tweaks which have somewhat improved the flow of the matches. While the reversal system, pin...[Read More]