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Rogue Trooper Redux on PC – The DVDfever Review

Rogue Trooper Redux reminds me that Rogue Trooper happens to be one of my all time favourite characters from 2000AD alongside Dredd, Slaine and Nemesis the Warlock. I purchased the original game on its day of release back in 2006 for the PC and recently sourced a copy for my PS2, since I enjoy it […]

Earth Atlantis on Nintendo Switch – The DVDfever Review

Earth Atlantis is out now on the Nintendo Switch, and the unit, itself, seems to be a changing console. With third party games coming at a fast rate and even the inclusion of some more adult-orientated titles, we may finally be seeing the ‘Switch’ Nintendo had to do. The new game is one which seems […]

Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite comes after the utter disappointment that was Street Fighter V, so I was hoping we would not get the same with the new game, but it seems that Capcom have become very lazy, as of late, with their fighting franchises. In the story mode, it feels as if you are thrown […]

FIFA 18 on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

FIFA 18 is out: every year we are given the next instalment of sports games, and every year you will see a few idiots buy a copy at their local supermarket and drive it home with a seatbelt secured around FIFA. Every year you will see wives and girlfriends across the country moan because they […]

Project Cars 2 on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Project Cars 2 is out now and reminds me that car games used to be my life. Gran Turismo, and even before that, Ridge Racer was how I wasted away a fair chunk of my childhood. Sadly, as I grew older, I stopped religiously playing our high octane buddies. Originally, I thought this was because […]

Destiny 2 on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Destiny 2 comes 3 years since Destiny launched on the previous generation of consoles, and what is now current gen. Since then, there have been a few expansions and raids added, giving a better overall experience and adding to the created universe. This sequel picks up a year after the events of the prior game. […]

Semispheres on Nintendo Switch – The DVDfever Review

Semispheres is a game unlike many others in the market at the moment. In fact, in the two hours it took me to complete it, I was constantly reminded of Portal and Portal 2, without the voice work. This Vivid Helix title is a puzzler where you benefit from being ambidextrous, which is something I […]

Ark: Survival Evolved on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Ark: Survival Evolved shows that when games of this size, sheer magnitude and potential hourly gameplay come out, I often start to wonder what it would be liked to review games as a full-time career. This one has been out for a while but has passed me by. Now with its official release, containing every […]

Agents Of Mayhem on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Agents Of Mayhem: Some games consider themselves serious and some games don’t. This one slides straight into the latter category. From the publishers of the classic Saints Row series – one for which I haven’t played much – we have Agents Of Mayhem, which I personally feel should be Donald Trump’s political party name. (DVDfever […]

Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues on PC – The DVDfever Review

Shroud of the Avatar: Forsaken Virtues is a review of a current work in progress available through the Steam Early Access program. When the game eventually leaves Early Access into full release, some things may have changed from the time of writing. Iain Metcalf Retro at heart and lover of all things ’80s, especially the […]

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