Adam Mathew - Page 1

I grew up knowing and loving a ludicrous amount of games, from dedicated Pong console onwards. Nowadays you'll find me covering and playing the next big things. Often on Stupid-Hard difficulty. Because I'm an idiot.
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Sniper Elite 5 Review (PS5) – Aim for centre-mass appeal

Once upon a time in 2012, I shot a Nazi right in the Wienerschnitzel. To my suprise, delight and also pain by proxy, an X-ray...

Gran Turismo 7 Review (PS5) – The (bloody un)real driving simulator

Prompted by the passing of my 92-year-old Grandma, I recently sat down with my Pa – a man of equal mileage – to get his...

Horizon: Forbidden West Review (PS5) – Because Aloy is still metal

When Horizon: Zero Dawn rolled off the assembly line in 2017, it was a shiny, dinobot-hunting odyssey that showed us Guerilla Games' true mettle. It...

Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection Review (PS5) – Set sail for arrr rated adventures

If you're an action game junkie, there's a fair chance Uncharted 4: A Thief's End and Lost Legacy aren't mysterious artifacts to you. They're perfectly...

Battlefield 2042 Review (PC) – A fun grenade that needs more cooking

Update & Verdict - 14 December 2021Before we dive into the big stuff, can I just quickly say that I thought I'd eventually come around...

HTC Vive Pro 2 Review – Viva la Vive

VR headset king is deserved of a perch on your crownNow that I've just exited 107 days of lockdown, I have a new appreciation of...

Far Cry 6 Review (PS5) – Murder is Life

Before we begin, let's clear up a bit of confusion for fans of the TV show Ted Lasso. In Far Cry 6, you do NOT...

Deathloop Review (PS5) – A time-sink you’ll not want to escape

Deathloop is a GOTY contender that I won't be able to fully tell you about in the time we have today. It's too complex. Too...

Quake Remastered Review (PS5) – Slickly remastered, harder than a nine-inch nail

The original 1996 release of Quake holds a special place in the black space in my chest where a heart should be. I smashed it...

Ghost of Tsushima Director’s Cut Review (PS5) – Worth Another Stab

Ghost of Tsushima was a slice of heaven – a soulful and incredibly stylish-looking swan song for the PS4. Though it only took me 17...