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Nintendo Switch OLED

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Nintendo Switch OLED review by Con

Inside the box!!!

Available from all good retailers (PEGI 3) 5 Stars

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The new Nintendo Switch OLED has a Vibrant OLED screen, Larger 7.0 inch screen with slimmer bezel, Battery life of approx. 4.5‑9 hours, Twice the internal storage (64 GB), Onboard speakers with enhanced audio, New dock with wired LAN port, HDMI port and two USB ports and a New wide stand with adjustable viewing angle. This is a must own Games Console – Highly Recommended!!!

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PlayStation 5 – Horizon Forbidden West

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PlayStation 5 – Horizon Forbidden West review by Harrison

Available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 18/2/22 (PEGI 16) 5 Stars

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If this is the game launch you’ve been looking forward to most in 2022 – you won’t be disappointed. Its a huge game and beautifully constructed. One of the best next generation games so far – Highly Recommended!!!

PlayStation 5 – Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection

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PlayStation 5 – Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection review by Harrison

Available on PlayStation 5 28/1/22 (PEGI 16) 5 Stars

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Some classic games need to be updated for a modern gaming audience and this is one of them. Looks absolutely stunning and a must play. Highly Recommended!!!

PlayStation 5 – Returnal

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PlayStation 5 – Returnal review by Harrison

Available on PlayStation 5 30/4/21 (PEGI 16) 4 Stars

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There’s something very unique yet classic about the gameplay for Returnal. Definitely one for gamers that like a challenge and it looks incredible on the PlayStation 5!!!

PlayStation 5 review by Harrison and Con CLICK HERE!!!

Bandai – Cyberpunk 2077 Collectible Figures

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Bandai – Cyberpunk 2077 Collectible Figures review by Harrison

Available from Zavvi (14 Years +) 4.5 Stars

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This game is a PEGI 18 so these are perfect for gaming fans that want to enjoy the Cyberpunk franchise but can’t play the game yet. But if you are over 18 and loving the game – these are a must own!!!!

Cyberpunk 2077 game review CLICK HERE!!!

PlayStation 5 – The Nioh Collection

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PlayStation 5 – The Nioh Collection

Set in 1600’s Japan, ‘The Nioh Collection’ follow the adventures of William Adams as he pursues the sorcerer Edward Kelley.

Both games are action packed with lots of blood, gore and a multitude of Monsters to defeat as you navigate through the various levels.

Graphically this newly updated version of the two ‘Nioh’ games look beautiful – but both are very challenging to conquer.

Personally I really enjoyed the games – but found them very hard. This is definitely a game for the die hard fans of the franchise and any gaming ‘Completionists’ that like to play everything on the hardest level.

Available on PlayStation 5 5/2/21 (PEGI 18) 4 Stars

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If you like your games tough but fun – this is definitely one for you. The new remastered version of the ‘The Nioh’ games look stunning on PlasyStation 5!!!

PlayStation 5 review by Harrison and Con CLICK HERE!!!

PlayStation 5

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PlayStation 5 review by Harrison!!! 

Available from all good retailers (PEGI 7) 5 Stars

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Completely lives up to the excitement and expectations and its really quick and easy to set up when you first get it. We’re looking forward to many years of fun gaming with this new console. Highly Recommended!!!

Inside the box!!!

PlayStation 5 UK price – With Disc Drive £449/ Digital Only £359!!!

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PlayStation 5 – Watch Dogs Legion

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PlayStation 5 – Watch Dogs Legion

After 5 long years, Ubisoft finally ventured to London once again when creating their brand new open-world game in Watchdogs: Legion, and whether you love it or hate it, one thing you cannot deny is the guts of Ubisoft for this one. The major change with Legion compared to any of the other games in the Watchdogs is that the story doesn’t revolve around a single main character or even characters at that. The heroes of the story are the city of London itself, everyone from flamboyant street magicians to drone operating builders, Watchdogs: Legion has it all for you to play, with this vast character playability being one of its most polarising aspects. 


This introduction of no true lead does sacrifice classic open-world RPG features as I really missed the skill tree aspect within the game and the wealth of abilities contained within one character. However, by no means is it all negatives with a key part of the game being the recruitment and discovery of new types of people with unique character builds and personalities installed within almost every one. At first, this seemed fun, bringing about a new take to the mission, yet after a few hours, I felt the recruitment missions, usually regarding beating up a mob boss or destroying blackmail, to become monotonous and somewhat boring, however, this is the price to pay when having such a wealth of playable personas.


The story itself is ok, bringing about a few thought-provoking topics including privatized police and other such political ideals yet much like the recruitment missions I felt a lot of to feel like a task in order to get to the good bits rather than a captivating journey to the end goal. The bad guys themselves, are pretty well developed and make you genuinely want to end them which is always good, with a standout character being Mary Kelly, the sadistic head of the London mob. However, the main enemies are both Albion and Zero Day, one a private military on the hunt for Dead Sec and the other a terrorist organization responsible for the bombings around London and the framing of Dead Sec.


The setting itself is beautiful as well as being terrifying. The amazing setting of London is really done justice within the game as I found myself racing around for hours finding my favorite monuments and sights. The not so pretty bit are the thousands of drones patrolling the skies and the near-future setting becomes a battleground whenever you put on your mask due to instantly being detected by the police drones. Combat is fun with each character having their own abilities to add and Hitmen especially are very fun to play.


All in all, Watchdogs: Legion is certainly a fun playing experience with a good story and amazing setting up to par with some of Ubisoft’s best, yet personally the removal of a central protagonist wasn’t a great decision as missions seemed to become repetitive due to the lack of character development in both the combat and personality wise. However, the large playable cast definitely has its benefits but I feel they don’t quite outweigh the negatives.

Available for PlayStation 5 17/11/20 (PEGI 18) 3 Stars

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Watch Dogs Ligion is a beautifully constructed gaming experience around the streets of London. Really good fun!!!

PlayStation 5 review by Harrison and Con CLICK HERE!!!

PlayStation 5 – Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales

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PlayStation 5 – Marvel’s Spider-Man Miles Morales Review by Harrison

Available on PlayStation 5 19/11/20 (PEGI 16) 5 Stars

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If you loved the last Spider-Man game – you will definitely need to play the new Miles Morales sequel. Its action packed, has beautiful graphics and a really cool Marvel story. Highly Recommended!!!

PlayStation 5 review by Harrison and Con CLICK HERE!!!

Nintendo Switch – Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity

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Nintendo Switch – Hyrule Warriors Age of Calamity review by Harrison

Available on Nintendo Switch 20/11/20 (PEGI 12) 4.5 Stars

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If you’re a die hard Zelda fan – its a given you’ll be playing this new adventure. Classic stuff from Nintendo and a must own for fans new and and old!!!