REVIEWS

Latest Reviews in the Entertainment Industry

Here are the latest reviews in the Entertainment Industry

  • Review: Farming Simulator 19 (ps4). (11/21/2018) - Let’s get the obvious/obligatory moaning out of the way first.  Gaming is an industry in which a player can have a sabretooth tiger as a pet, make whoopee to ridiculously-proportioned women in VR, go to a psychic summer camp, use wormhole guns, pilot X-Wings in 3-D and shoot Adolf Hitler in the testicles.  Next to […]
  • REVIEW: Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics (Xbox One) (11/20/2018) - Based on the hugely popular tabletop RPG by Modiphius Entertainment, Auroch Digital and Ripstone Games have attempted to bring this occult turn-based strategy game to consoles.
  • Review: Home Sweet Home (ps4/psvr). (11/4/2018) -   Last year, newcomers Yggdrazil Group Co., Ltd. released their first game ever – Home Sweet Home, a first-person horror title based on the mythology and folklore of the developer’s home country, Thailand.  Initially, the title was released on PC, but on October 16, 2018, it was ported to XBox One and PlayStation 4, with optional […]
  • PC Review – The One We Found (11/4/2018) - The One We Found takes us back to survival horror at its roots. It provides all the right atmosphere, especially sound, to terrify even the most veteran horror players.
  • PS4 Review – Call of Duty Black Ops 4 (10/31/2018) - Black Ops 4 is the epitome of First Person Shooting right now. Massive Online Multiplayer maps, Battle Royale with a hundred players and different Zombie story modes... It is everything Call of Duty and shooting gamers could ask for.
  • PC Review – P.A.M.E.L.A. (10/31/2018) - P.A.M.E.L.A is a fantastic science fictions, post-apocalyptic game that sets all the right tones for a truly remarkable experience. The graphics and sounds really brings out that suspense and thrill of scavenging through a haunted town while trying to survive.
  • PS4 Review – MotherGunShip (10/30/2018) - Mothergunship is a chaotic, fun, exhilarating bullet-hell first-person shooter that will give every gun-loving, firepower-hungry, alien-shooting gamer a massive ballistic orgasm.
  • Review: Call of Cthulhu (PS4). (10/29/2018) - It feels like Lovecraft in every aspect, bringing his worlds of sickly creatures and unholy cults and increasingly unstable investigators to life
  • PC Review – Space Hulk Tactics (10/23/2018) - Space Hulk: Tactics will not only be loved by 40,000 Warhammer fans, but by lovers of turn-based strategy and science fiction. It is an action-intensive glory that will test the best chess players in the world, to the point of frustration and eventual satisfaction. 
  • Spintires: Mudrunner American Wilds DLC (10/22/2018) - Get down and dirty in the muddiest environments known to man
  • Horizon Chase Turbo – PS4 (10/19/2018) - The spirit of old school arcade racing is reborn in a homage to everything from OutRun to Lotus Turbo Challenge, and is just as much fun as you remember.
  • PC Review – Cosmic Ray (10/9/2018) - As as cheap game, it will definitely help you pass the time, but just isn't interesting enough to play more than a few times. 
  • PC Review – Hegis’ Grasp: Evil Resurrected (10/9/2018) - Hegis' Grasp pulls off what so many so-called survival horror games have failed to do this year: it is truly terrifying and very unpredictable. 
  • Forza Horizon 4 – Review (10/3/2018) - The latest installment from Playground Games has finally arrived in the shape of Forza Horizon 4.
  • Dakar 18 – PS4 review (10/2/2018) - Deep Silver Games attempt to create a huge game and nearly pull it off
  • Review: The Low Road (pc). (9/20/2018) - Played on my laptop with the following system specs: Chassis:  Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Series (7567) w/ 15.6″ 1920×1080 LED display Processor:  7th Generation Intel Quad Core i7-7700HQ Graphics Card:  NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti w/ 4gb GDDR5 RAM:  16gb, DDR4, 2400MHz Hard Drive:  1TB 5400 rpm + 128gb SSD OS:  Windows 10 Home […]
  • PS4 Review – Marvel’s Spider-Man (9/19/2018) - Spider-Man brings back all the classic things we enjoyed from the previous Spiderman games, while adding some classic favourites from other iconic games of our time. It deliciously brings out that Marvel-ous flavour we have been pining for in the movies, but have not received until now.
  • Shadow of the Tomb Raider Review (9/15/2018) - Lara's brutal yet beautiful coming of age
  • PC Review – Megaquarium (9/14/2018) - "Megaquarium brings back that Theme Hospital game style. If one ever wanted to run their own aquarium, but could never afford it, here is the chance to simulate that dream."
  • PC Review – Daemonical (9/12/2018) - Watch and read as we take you through our PC review of this horror multiplayer, Daemonical
  • Sigi – A Fart for Melusina – PS4 Review (8/24/2018) - Sigi is one of those games that you'll probably want to flush, but may need a plunger
  • PC Review – HyperGun (8/23/2018) - Watch and read as we take you through our PC review of this science fiction shooter, Hypergun, that has us playing without end.
  • PC and Switch Review – ROBBOTTO (8/23/2018) - Watch and read as we take you through our PC review of this retro arcade platformer, Robbotto.
  • PC Review – FLAT HEROES (8/17/2018) - Watch and read as we take you through our PC review of this arcade platformer, Flat Heroes.
  • F1 2018 – PS4 Review (8/17/2018) - F1 2018 - The must buy game to get your F1 fix
  • PS4 Review – The Crew 2 (7/20/2018) - Watch and read as we take you through our PS4 review of this utterly fantastic racing adventure, The Crew 2.
  • PC Review – Elder Scrolls Online: Summerset (7/5/2018) - Watch and read as we take you through our PC Review of ESO Summerset, now available on Steam, PS4 and Xbox
  • Review: Deluded Mind (pc) (6/28/2018) - Welcome to my first ever PC review, kids!  Today we’re looking at Pyxton Studios’s debut, the brand-new first-person horror title Deluded Mind.  Since there are more PC configurations than stars in the known universe, here are my specs. Chassis:  Dell Inspiron 15 7000 Gaming Series (7567) w/ 15.6″ 1920×1080 LED display Processor:  7th Generation Intel Quad Core […]
  • PC Review – MOONLIGHTER (6/19/2018) - Watch and read as we take you through our PC Review of Moonlighter, now available on Steam, PS4 and Xbox
  • Retrospective: Resident Evil 7 VR (psvr). (6/10/2018) - In the middle of 2018, you’ve likely seen one of the dozens of reviews of Capcom’s 2017 terrorfest Resident Evil 7, so you should have a pretty good idea of how it went.  One of the original survival horror series, Resident Evil has been plagued in recent entries by increasingly convoluted storylines and forced co-op whose […]
  • PC Review – JUICY REALM (6/8/2018) - Watch a read as we take you through our PC Review of Juicy Realm, now available on Steam
  • Review: Welcome to Hanwell (ps4). (5/23/2018) - Reviewer’s note:  The second and third pictures below are saved screenshots of my gameplay experience in Welcome to Hanwell.  They were uploaded from my ps4 to my Twitter then saved to my laptop via Windows 10 Snipping Tool and uploaded to AIR for this article.  Any loss in fidelity or crispness of images is from the compression/decompression […]
  • Project Cars 2 compared to other Racing games (5/17/2018) - So, this game is billed as a 'Hyper-realistic driving game'? I think not!
  • REVIEW: Metropolis: Lux Obscura PS4 (3/23/2018) - I wanted to hate this game from the start.
  • Review: One-Eyed Kutkh for ps4. (3/22/2018) - So as a games reviewer, I’ve always taken into account the time, money, creativity and effort that go into making a video game.  A team of people ranging in size somewhere between one (Lone Survivor and Axiom Verge) to approximately 650 million (Arkham Knight, Dead Space 2) spend YEARS of their time coding and writing and creating […]
  • Review: Bleed 2 for ps4. (2/11/2018) - Like the game itself, I’m going to keep this review short but very sweet.  Bleed 2 is a fast-paced 2-D action title developed by Canadian game designer Ian Campbell, AKA Bootdisk Revolution.  In Bleed 2, just like its predecessor, you play as Wryn, the world’s greatest hero, as she fends off hordes of invading robots.  At first glance, it […]
  • Atari-style Nostaligia in the Far Future (1/24/2018) - Today is yesterday, with a new title from the Swedish developer Y/CJ/Y, “The Aquatic Adventure of the Last Human.” While designed to be played on the PS4, Xbox One, and PC, the metroidvania-themed game is very reminiscent of Atari titles from 40 years ago with pixelated graphics and two-dimensional movement. The game starts with an […]
  • PS4 Review: Battlestar Galactica Deadlock (1/17/2018) - We take a look at the latest BattleStar Galactica Deadlock space strategy game by Slitherine Ltd.
  • App Review: Chernobyl: VR Project for PSVR. (1/15/2018) - Chernobyl: VR Project for PSVR is not a video game.  Let me say it again:  Chernobyl: VR Project is not a video game.  Please don’t labor under the delusion that when you fire it up, you’ll be getting trophies, solving puzzles or killing enormous irradiated two-headed bears.  Nope.  Fortunately, Chernobyl offers an altogether different experience for your headset.  Here’s the deal. […]
  • Review: Xenon Valkyrie+ for PS Vita. (1/10/2018) - So there are some genres of games I’m just not good at.  Have you ever seen me play the NBA games by 2k?  I set it on Very Easy and I still manage to lose.  And it’s not a close game.  Now, this is entirely my fault – there’s some kind of interface or fundamental […]
  • Review: Fallen: A2P Protocol for ps4. (1/1/2018) - Happy New Year’s, AIR readers!  I didn’t want to send 2017 off without one more review, and technically it’s still December 31st here on the East Coast of the USA so I’m just squeaking by.  Today I want to talk to you about Fallen: A2P Protocol for the ps4, released just two weeks ago (although a Steam/PC […]
  • Review: Son of Scoregasm for PS Vita. (12/10/2017) - Ever since the original Geometry Wars came packaged with Project Gotham Racing 2 in 2003, twin-stick shooters – branching out of classic arcade shooter games – has gained a lot of steam.  Housemarque continued to break boundaries in the arcade/twin-stick genre with their PlayStation 3 debut Super Stardust, wrapping the level around a planet, before experimenting more with level design […]
  • REVIEW: Chaos on Deponia PS4 (12/6/2017) - After years of waiting, Daedalic Entertainment have brought console users the joys of now being able to play a game which was initially released in 2012 on PC. The new release see’s the main character Rufus make his return. I personally havent played the original game release, but was ensured that I wouldnt need any knowledge of […]
  • Neverend PS4 Review (12/4/2017) - One of the hardest dungeon crawlers that had us addicted in progressing further
  • L.A. Noire PS4 Review (12/4/2017) - We took the leap of faith and dived right into this crime classic by RockStar Games
  • NEED FOR SPEED PAYBACK: PS4 Review (12/1/2017) - The latest NFS Payback is a hot contender for my best title in the series
  • CAT QUEST: PS4 Review (12/1/2017) - We really enjoyed this addictive, fun fantasy RPG filled with cats
  • Review: Tower 57 On Steam (11/29/2017) - Tower 57 by Pixwerk is a top-down shooter that takes a retro perspective with its 16-bit visuals. It takes the player to the nostalgic era of the 90’s with its simple cartoonish graphics, however, players can expect an intense shooting experience that is fun to play. The story takes place in a dystopian world, where […]
  • Silent Hill Requiem is with us at last! (11/28/2017) - Was it worth the wait for the fans?
  • Review: Slayaway Camp – Butcher’s Cut for PS4. (11/7/2017) - Blue Wizard Digital has just released the console version of their indie puzzle title Slayaway Camp on PlayStation 4.  Launched last October on Steam, the title has also been ported to iOS (February) and Android (June), but it now comes to Sony’s console in an expanded and very pretty edition as Slayaway Camp: Butcher’s Cut.  AIR Entertainment […]
  • ASSASSINS CREED ORIGINS: PS4 In-Depth Review (11/1/2017) - We give the latest Assassins Creed a Perfect Score, and in this review you will see exactly why.
  • WUPPO: PS4 Review (11/1/2017) - We look at this rather creative 2d Platformer that had us playing for hours
  • DEADCORE: PS4 Review (10/24/2017) - DeadCore makes for a fast-paced, challenging FPS platformer that someone out there will enjoy
  • THE GIRL AND THE ROBOT: PS4 Review (10/24/2017) - This fun family game will keep you busy for a few hours while filling you with that cuddly feeling at the end of your sword
  • EVIL WITHIN 2: In-Depth PS4 Review (10/23/2017) - Evil Within 2 brings together the best parts of the best games I have ever played
  • Review: Blue Reflection PS4 (10/22/2017) - My major issue with this game is the overly misogynistic sexualisation of young girls
  • Review: Spiral Splatter for PS4. (10/19/2017) - On October 20th, the mobile puzzler Spiral Splatter will be released for PS4 and PSVita.  Originally developed by Luc Versleijen and Neonchimp Games, this port is handled by Neonchimp Games and Sometimes You.  Let’s get straight to it. Spiral Splatter is a straightforward puzzle title in which you must guide a white circle through each level to its […]
  • Review: Gran Turismo Sport (10/18/2017) - Polyphony have always pushed the limits with graphics whichever generation of PlayStation they have used
  • Unbox: Newbies Adventure review – Nintendo Switch (10/17/2017) - Unbox: Newbies Adventure takes a unique concept of playing as a box, and opens it out in a way you might not expect. If someone handed you a game and said “the characters are all boxes” im positive you would be nonplussed by this idea. But giving sentience to inanimate objects is what videogames do best, and Unbox certainly fits […]
  • Review: White Noise 2 (ps4). (10/14/2017) - Asymmetrical action and horror games have been on the rise in recent years, with titles like Evolve, Friday the 13th and Dead by Daylight released on Sony’s and Microsoft’s consoles and several games on the Wii U offering asymmetrical action as well, such as Bowser Party mode in Mario Party 10.  With any emerging subgenre there are bound to be bumps […]
  • PlayStation VR – The Best of Year One. (10/13/2017) - A year ago today, Sony released PlayStation VR, a major gamble for a console publisher commonly known for giving up on its hardware peripherals – in fact if it weren’t for PSVR, my PlayStation Move controller would still be collecting dust with its nunchuck counterpart and my Wonderbook (remember that?).  Since then, over 100 games […]
  • Yono and the Celestial Elephants – Nintendo Switch Review (10/10/2017) - Yono and the Celestial Elephants is a tale of charm and beauty told through the trunk of the titular Yono, the Celestial Elephant who falls to the world from the sky and instantly begins to search for adventure. The world in which this adventure takes place is vibrant and interesting, detailing a civilisation that deifies elephants as a species […]
  • Review: Woodle Tree Adventures On Steam (10/8/2017) - Woodle Tree Adventures is a 3D platformer game developed by Chubby Pixel. The game was inspired by iconic platforming games in the past such as Super Mario, Crash Bandicoot, Spyro and many others. The game begins with the titular character Woodle who is a small tree on a floating island. The island serves as the […]
  • Earth Atlantis – Nintendo Switch Review (10/6/2017) - Rising up out of the ocean of Nintendo Switch releases comes Earth Atlantis from Headup Games/Pixel Perfex, an underwater exploration adventure detailing a world where most of mankind has been wiped out and all the world’s great capitals are now at the bottom of the sea. This forms the basis for your exploration as a “Hunter” to visit the ruins of […]
  • Review: The Solus Project for PSVR. (10/6/2017) - Last year’s The Solus Project has come to ps4 – and PSVR.  The game is a first-person exploration and survival title set on an alien planet; your character has crash-landed on the world he’d been scouting to be a new home for humans.  The story goes some really wild places I won’t spoil for you, but at […]
  • 88 Heroes: 98 Heroes Edition Review for Nintendo Switch (10/3/2017) - What happens when the world is in danger because an evil genius is threatening to annihilate all life within 88 minutes if he doesn’t receive 88 pctillian dollars? Well, 88 of the world’s worst heroes will be banded together in a bizarre team to save us all. Now if this doesn’t sound like the opening to one of the most unusual games […]
  • Golf Story – Nintendo Switch Review (10/2/2017) - Sports games are not something that hold any interest to me whatsoever. The likes of FIFA, NBA or PES have always completely washed over me with absolutely no sense of loss in any way. The franchises could stop in their tracks or re-invent the way gaming works and I’d happily sit in the corner paying […]
  • STIKBOLD: A DODGEBALL ADVENTURE Steam Review (9/30/2017) - Sports games have been out since the dawn of video games. Numerous titles lets players enjoy basketball, tennis, football, among many others. However, very few titles have explored the possibilities of dodgeball. Stikbold: A Dodgeball Adventure is a game that allows players to play a spirited game of dodgeball. It has a Story Mode option […]
  • Pankapu – Nintendo Switch Review (9/30/2017) - This game surprised me. In a very positive way, because when I first read about it I assumed it would be another run of the mill attempt at a platformer that probably will end up being forgotten after a week. I realise that I was wrong about it now, because Pankapu takes every chance it […]
  • Pharaonic – Xbox One Review (9/29/2017) - Pharaonic is a game that feels authentic to its own idea of a game set in Egypt, from the characters that are heavily tanned with strong facial features, to the environmental designs featuring hieroglyphs and ankhs and even the deadly scimitar carried around by the enemies. There is a strong sense of being transported to […]
  • Review: Archangel for PSVR. (9/29/2017) - We all know how on-rails shooters go, right?  They’re those noisy coin thieves in the arcade whose dialogue you can never quite hear because of the other games blasting at top volume all around them.  You know you look like an idiot pointing the big plastic machine gun at the screen but you hope that […]
  • Thimbleweed Park – Nintendo Switch Review (9/28/2017) - Thimbleweed Park starts out as a typical point and click adventure game that slowly becomes an X Files tribute in a small town full of interesting characters and giant pigeon people (Yes, I am being serious). As far as this genre of games go, I am definitely not a fan of typical point and click games. I find them […]
  • REVIEW: Save the Ninja Clan PS Vita (9/28/2017) - Its good to know that the PS Vita still isnt dead and that Indie Developers are still taking a chance with the hand-held. Sometimes You is one of those developers, and I for one am glad we are starting to get some fresh titles coming through. Save the Ninja Clan has been around for a […]
  • REVIEW. Baja: Edge of Control HD PS4 (9/26/2017) - Baja: Edge of Control fails as a remaster
  • SteamWorld Dig 2 Review (Nintendo Switch) (9/20/2017) - SteamWorld Dig 2 is the latest and greatest title to come from delightful developers, Image and Form. Taking place in an alternative reality set on good ol’ Planet Earth, SteamWorld Dig 2 explores a world where in the 19th century people have already built upon and embraced the ideas and blueprints made by British inventor Charles Babbage. This means that the people of this time and going forward have embraced the idea of mechanical […]
  • REVIEW: Earthlock: Festival of Magic (PS4) (9/15/2017) - Earlier in the week, our writer Affie Lockhart got his hands on the Wii U version thanks to the kind guys at SnowCastle Games and after reading his review, I had to get my hands on the PS4 version to see what it was all about. I’m so greatful to the team at SnowCastle Games […]
  • 36 Fragments of Midnight Review (Nintendo Switch) (9/15/2017) - In what seems to be a slight twist on the usual collectibles format of game, 36 Fragments of Midnight sees you controlling the titular character Midnight, A small lifeform that gives off a very soft glow around him as he eagerly bounds his way across various levels in search of Star Fragments that have been lost by […]
  • Quest of Dungeons Review (Nintendo Switch) (9/14/2017) - When someone uses the words Dungeon Crawler to describe a game, I usually have to repress a bit of an eye roll. The term is thrown around quite often these days and more often than not, incorrectly. While I have spent quite a good amount of my life playing many genre of game, this one […]
  • Earthlock: Festival of Magic Review (Wii U) (9/12/2017) - Picking up my Wii U again to play on Earthlock was definitely one of the better gaming choices that I have made recently. Although the console may be fading into the background with the rise of the Nintendo Switch, Earthlock is making sure the Wii U gets an amazing send off with its addictive style of gameplay. […]
  • Beach Buggy Racing Review (9/11/2017) - The Nintendo Switch Console seems to be at full acceleration currently with new releases coming thick and fast in both big game titles as well as indie games, and while the big racing name is always Mario Kart for Nintendo fans, you can guarantee that there will always be another racing game hoping for a […]
  • PC Review: OBDUCTION   (9/9/2017) - We give the PC version of Obduction a go for a different point of view
  • Review: Obduction. (9/8/2017) - Cyan, Inc., was started by brothers Rand and Robyn Miller in 1987.  Four years later they began working on the groundbreaking title Myst, which, together with its first sequel Riven, sold more than 12 million copies – making them the best-selling computer games of the 20th century.  It was a monumental achievement in gameplay and style, inspiring […]
  • REVIEW: Fishing Planet PS4 (9/7/2017) - One of the worst games I have attempted to play
  • Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition (9/7/2017) - We review Lichtspeer: Double Speer Edition on the Nintendo Switch
  • REVIEW: X-Morph: Defense (9/4/2017) - Unique fusion of a top down shooter and tower defense strategy. You are the X-Morph – an alien species that invades Earth to harvest its resources and terraform the surface. Strategize in the build mode by carefully selecting various types of alien towers or throw yourself right into heat of the battle. Build mazes for […]
  • Review: Sparc for PSVR. (9/2/2017) - Sony’s PlayStation VR has had some real hits (Resident Evil 7) and misses (Rise of the Tomb Raider) so I had no clue what to expect when I booted up CCP’s Sparc for the first time, despite their excellent EVE Online.  I have this habit of looking at a game’s options, settings and customization menus before anything […]
  • REVIEW: Escape into Space with StellarHub (8/26/2017) - The summer is nearly over, school starts within the next few weeks, if not already, and the days will become shorter and cooler. Escape the inevitable fall decline by launching yourself into space to manage your own colony with StellarHub from Casualogic.
  • REVIEW: White Day: A Labyrinth Named School (8/24/2017) - Starting a new school is never easy, especially when it’s one plagued by rumours of violent murders and vengeful spirits. Unfortunately for Hee-Min Lee, it takes less than two days before Yeondu High School’s newest student finds himself trapped inside the building overnight – and thrown face-to-face with the malevolent spirits roaming the corridors.
  • REVIEW: Aven Colony by Mothership Entertainment (8/23/2017) - I was lucky enough to be given a free code for the sole purpose of reviewing Aven Colony by Mothership Entertainment, but I have really struggled to actually get round to writing anything as I have been addicted from the instant I installed the game on my PS4. From the loading screen, I knew I […]
  • REVIEW: The Long Dark by Hinterland Studio (8/22/2017) - We take a look at the survival horror game #TheLongDark by @HinterlandGames
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