Posts Tagged ‘Liam O’Brien’

For Honor on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

For Honor is a third-person action fighting game. However, it takes many a twist to your standard entry from said genre. First of all, to play this, you must be online (similar to Tom Clancy’s The Division) even if you are partaking in the short but sweet story mode. This is a bit of a […]

The Witness on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

The Witness is an indie title from Thekla Inc. which I’ve been very much looking forward to, which took six years to make and will probably take the average gamer around 20 hours to complete, with completists being able to rack up 50 hours in total. That isn’t too bad for an independent game, and […]

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens is the newest addition to the growing archive of LEGO games, and was surprisingly more than you would find in your regular LEGO videogame with new additions to the gameplay. I didn’t expect much in the way of content as the LEGO Star Wars games usually contain a lot […]

Doctor Who Level Pack – LEGO Dimensions on PS3 – The DVDfever Review

Doctor Who Level Pack – this is far more fun than the latest series of Doctor Who! This is out now as an additional pack to use with Warner Bros Interactive’s LEGO Dimensions and I’ll answer the main question you’ll want to know – Yes, this one level pack will work across all formats of […]

LEGO Dimensions on PS3 – The DVDfever Review

LEGO Dimensions is the ultimate mash-up of many of the biggest and best box-office successes over the years, with a sprinkling of televisual hits to boot. There’s Batman, The LEGO Movie, The Lord Of The Rings, The Simpsons, The Wizard Of Oz, Back To The Future, Doctor Who, Superman, Ghostbusters, and so many more. And […]

Mad Max on PC – The DVDfever Review

Mad Max – this is the game where some of the graphics settings aren’t just ‘high’ or ‘ultra’… they’re MAX! Max Rockatansky (voiced by Bren Foster – Home And Away, Days Of Our Lives), who only ever speaks when he needs to – which is almost never – is on his never-ending quest for fuel. […]

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor on PC (Steam) – The DVDfever Review

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor is the latest title from Monolith, a company whose games have a high pedigree when it comes to looking back at their titles since 1997; they have released such titles as Blood 1 & 2, Tron 2.0, NOLF 1 & 2 (No One Lives Forever) and AvP 2. Since they […]

Red Faction Armageddon on Xbox 360 – The DVDfever Review

Red Faction Armageddon sees you back on Mars, 50 years after the last game, as Darius Mason, grandson of Alec Mason and Samanya, the heroes of the revolution from Red Faction: Guerilla, finding that the Mars surface has become uninhabitable thanks to a meteor hitting the planet and destroying the Terraformer machine which gave it […]

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