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PlayStation 5 – Gran Turismo 7

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PlayStation 5 – Gran Turismo 7 Review by Harrison

Available on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 4/3/22 (PEGI 3) 4 Stars

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It’s yet another must own game for 2022 if you’re car mad. As Harrison said, the graphics are beautiful and leave very little to the imagination. With the gameplay – it is updated, but if you’re a Gran Turismo fan you’ll know what to expect and wouldn’t want too much changed in the game. Highly Recommended!!!

Elden Ring

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Elden Ring review

The most ironically difficult franchise has had another installation with Elden Ring. This is an open world game which allows you traverse the lands searching for the shards of the Elden Ring in order to restore it and become the Elden Lord.

The class system in this game allows you to choose from a variety of different classes including but not limited to Samurai, Bandit and Warrior. There are ten different classes which all have a unique set of skills which adds variety to there attacking, defending, agility and of course weapons. The weapons are varied between classes with some being able to use bows and others being able to use daggers, being advantageous in different scenarios. Also along with this, there is also vast character customisation. You can make the characters similar to your likeness or switch it up with other wacky combinations.

The gameplay is very perfectly rounded. It leaves beating the game entirely up to you and doesn’t set any strict instructions for you to do so. As is very well known amongst the gaming community this game is very difficult, although it being a dark souls game that isn’t surprising. The combat consists of mostly rolling, blocking and attacking however there Is the magic abilities that you can use depending on the weapon. For some it is rather simple, the shield for example will allow you to repel attacks as long as your ok with expending a small amount of your Focus points. However other weapons such as the Reduvia which you can obtain very early on in the game, fires blood at enemies at mid to long range. These attacks are different between each weapon. Also your steed , torrent is very useful. He runs fast jumps multiple times and doesn’t affect your stamina gauge allowing you to use it without any drawback.

This game does what it wants to do and it does it very well. I absolutely love the fighting style as it really provides a challenge and the weapons system is incredibly fun. The bosses that you may come up against in the game are deadly and provide a real challenge which is refreshing as most games don’t want to gamble with making a game this difficult yet in dark souls games it clearly pays off. My absolute favourite aspect of this game is the inclusion of multiplayer. Now we all are aware of normal online co-op, of which I should add this game does do, and does it well. However a really good fun and interesting feature is the inclusion of messages and blood stains. When you join a game of Elden Ring you are added to a server of many other people of which for the most part you never see each other. However if you die the other people in this server can look at the blood stain near where you died and see exactly how you died. This game also allows you to leave tips or notes on the ground which other players can read and appraise or invalidate it . The reason why I claimed you don’t see each other for the most part is due to the fact that in random occurrences you can see other people fighting there own battles or just simply walking around. Now this happens for short period of times so it has no overall impact on gameplay but it’s quite nice to interact with someone whose stuck on the same section as you.

This game is nigh perfect, although I personally believe it could be more accessible with easier payable mode settings. I love challenging games but the greater public aren’t as skilled at video games as those who can beat a Souls game, and by that reasoning I personally believe a mark of 4.5 stars is appropriate. I love this game and will definitely be playing it regularly, so if you are a skilled gamer you need to check it out as it is going to be a must play for 2022 and beyond.

Available on PlayStation 5, XBox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, XBox One and PC 25/2/22 (PEGI 16) 4.5 Stars

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It’s another must own game for 2022. Stunning Next Generation graphics, fun combat mode and a vast amount of customise options. Absolutely love how you can communicate with other players around the world, leave messages/tips and see where they died and where they’re playing in the game live. Highly Recommended!!!

PlayStation 5 – Call of Duty Vanguard

By HOME ENT

PlayStation 5 – Call of Duty Vanguard Review

It’s time for yet another instalment of one of the greatest video game series of all time. And by that of course I am talking about Call of Duty Vanguard.

Call of Duty is globally enjoyed by millions and is pretty much the father of all first-person shooter games. Vanguard comes with two versions, the ultimate edition which though may be more expensive is very good as you get a loads of weapon cosmetics as well as a night raid PPSH skin to use in Warzone and Cold War. This newest game is based around the Second World War and includes historical events of heroic efforts made to show the lesser known stories of diversity in that war.

The main character for this latest release is Arthur Kingsley and like every Call of Duty iteration there are brand new weapons, notably the assault rifle STG44, the KAR98K is back and the MP40. These weapons also come with updated features such as the addition of being able to hold up to ten attachments per weapon which really changes the gameplay and adds a lot more customisation and uniqueness when gaming. Along with this comes many new maps, notably as of November 2021 there is Berlin, Decoy, Castle (which looks absolutely stunning with the next gen graphics) and Desert Siege; though there are many more coming plus the returning community favoured map ( Arriving on November 17th which is a good sign for what’s to come).

However, the maps aren’t the only exciting part of the new game. There are also three very important additions to the gameplay. Console gamers can now utilize the newly added FOV Slider, meaning console players can now see more of their surrounding and are in a better place to go toe to toe with the PC players.

Also, the new mechanic added to mounting allows players to strafe whilst mounting allowing them to dodge being hit easier. Finally, the new Blind Firing mechanic is very beneficial and really good fun to use as it works very well and is an incredibly feature while in combat with other players.

Within the Multiplayer mode there are also new addition to Zombies game. As a big Call of Duty Zombies fan, I found the changes to this mode very interesting. To start with, some positives are that the new map (Der Anteing) is very entertaining and is one of the better Zombies maps. The new Perk System is very useful of which (for those who are unaware) you now get the first level of the Perk for free and can level it up with points at a later point. This is an excellent idea as it means you can gain the effects of your favourite perks early on, instead of waiting until a leter point.

I do have a few problems with the latest incarnation of Zombies. Firstly, the new map feels a little small and after a bit they become very repetitive, especially since there are no round based maps. Although this will probably be updated soon as Activation are pretty good at addressing problems, especially seeing as the previous game Cold War had my favourite version of Zombies. Also, it feels like all of the new weapons are very multiplayer based and none of them seem particularly effective in Zombies. Although overall I do enjoy the new Zombies and itching to see future updates for the game mode.

I’m in a very early stage for the new Call of Duty story mode, but from what I’ve played so far it’s very good. The story is set towards the end of the Second World War, with the Nazis discovering that things are no longer in their favour and they are very likely to lose the war.

The British Intelligence send in Lieutenant Arthur Kingsley, (Based loosely on a highly respected historical black serviceman named Sergeant Sidney Cornell) to work alongside Polina Petrova (Also based loosely on a highly respected female Ukrainian sharpshooter called Lyudmila Pavlichenko). These characters are integral to the new story mode, which has been really refreshing to see as it’s one of the first times diversity has been so well represented in a mainstream video game franchise. The gameplay feels very smooth, especially so with the added movement on mounting which really helps players to get through and beat many elements of the game.

Overall, I really enjoy Call of Duty Vanguard and know I will have lots of fun unlocking Camos like the new Atomic Weapon Camo, which looks very clean. Future updates will massivly add to the overall gameplay of Vanguard, but as of release I would rate it 4 stars with my favourite part being the new Blind Fire mechanic which has really assisted with winning many online games already. Although the new FOV slider is very useful too.

This game will not disappointed in the slightest.

Available on PlayStation 5 5/11/21 (PEGI 18) 4 Stars

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If you’re a Call of Duty fan you wont be disappointed. It’s action packed, has some great new characters/ weapons and upgrades like the FOV slider really add to the gameplay. There are some elements like the Zombie’s section that could do with some enhancements, but I dare say that will be looked at by Activision with future updates. Overall this is a great edition to the Call of Duty Franchise!!!

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

FIFA 22

By GAMES

FIFA 22 review by Harrison

Available on PlayStation 5, XBox Series X, Nintendo Switch, PC PlayStation 4 and XBox One 24/9/21 (PEGI 3) “TOP END” 5 Stars

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If you love football and playing video games – this is a must own for the next twelve months. Highly Recommended!!!

PlayStation 5 Showcase 9th September 2021 – New Games for 2021 to 2023!!!

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PlayStation 5 Showcase 9th September 2021 – New Games for 2021 to 2023!!!

PlayStation 5 Console and Game Reviews CLICK HERE!!!

New PlayStation 5 Games out between 2021 and 2023!!!

Marvel Spider-Man 2

God Of War Ragnarok

Gran Turismo 7

Marvel Wolverine

Tchia

Deathloop

Blood Hunt

Marvel Guardians of the Galaxy

Ghostwire Tokyo

Grand Theft Auto V

Alan Wake Remastered

Rainbow Six Extraction

Forspoken

Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

Project Eve

Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic Remake

PlayStation 5 – A Plague Tale Innocence

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PlayStation 5 – A Plague Tale Innocence

Set during the Hundred Year war,  Amicia de Rune (A young noble girl) must protect her brother Hugo from the French Acquisition and scared Villagers. They believe his sickness is to blame for the outbreak of a widespread Plague that’s killing the locals as Amicia is forced to run from their home and guide him to safety. 

The game is a Third person adventure game in a similar style to the Assassins Creed franchise with lots of running, chasing, puzzle solving and tense moments within the storytelling.  

The graphics follow the trend of its other PS5 predecessors, with settings being stunning, finding myself lost in their majesty more than a few times throughout my playthrough. My only criticism is the fluidity and inconsistencies within the facial department, as the game struggles to properly convey expressions, taking away from the amount of emotions the characters can display.

Overall this game is great for fans of adventure games and reminds me especially of the Ezio trilogy in its gameplay and style.

A must play for anyone interested in the middle age era of Europe and all of the superstitions and  mystic tales surrounding it. 

Available on PlayStation 5 (PEGI 18) 3.5 Stars

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This is a tense chase game that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Its an upgrade from PS4 to PS5 – but looks really good and plays well!!!

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

PlayStation 5 – Oddworld Soulstorm

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PlayStation 5 – Oddworld Soulstorm review by Con

Available on PlayStation 5 6/4/21 (PEGI 16) 5 Stars

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It’s Oddworld and the lovable alien Abe looking better than ever. This game is incredible and our Abe is as adorable as he’s always been. Highly Recommended!!!

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

PlayStation 5 – Control Ultimate Edition

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PlayStation 5 – Control Ultimate Edition review by Harrison

Available on PlayStation + Now for PlayStation 5 (PEGI 16) 4.5 Stars

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You’ll spend most of you game playing time wondering what the hell is going on – but you’ll love every minute!!!

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

By GAMES, HOME ENT

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!!!

PlayStation 5 Game Reviews!!!

PlayStation 5 – Battlefield 2042 review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

PlayStation 5 – Call of Duty Vanguard Review CLICK HERE!!!

PlayStation 5 – Death Stranding Directors Cut Review CLICK HERE!!!

PlayStation 5 – Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Review CLICK HERE!!!

PlaySation 5 – A Plague Tale Innocence CLICK HERE!!!

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PlayStation 5 – Returnal review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

PlayStation 5 – Oddworld Soulstorm review by Con CLICK HERE!!!

PlayStation 5 – Control Ultimate Edition review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

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PlayStation 5 – FIFA 21 review by Harrison CLICK HERE!!!

PlayStation 5 – The Nioh Collection CLICK HERE!!!

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