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Capcom Beat Em Up Bundle on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Capcom Beat Em Up Bundle follows on from their recent Mega Man X Legacy Collection and Sega’s Megadrive Classics, by releasing a compilation of classic arcade games on modern systems. Capcom have brought together seven button-bashing bonanzas, starting with Final Fight (1991), but you’ll be partaking in many fights. I don’t agree with hitting women, […]

Dead Cells on PC – The DVDfever Review

Dead Cells has arrived after being in development and early access for a little while now. The basic premise of the game is that of a Roguelike (e.g. Binding of Issac & Spelunky) and mix it up with the Metroid and Castlevania series. So instead of having a set map like Metroid etc., you get […]

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate on Nintendo Switch – The DVDfever Review

Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate is only the second Monster Hunter game I have played. The biggest problem with this is that the first was Monster Hunter World. Why is this a problem? Well, that one is ten times the game that this new one is. For those who don’t know, MGHU is a revamp and […]

Forsaken: Destiny 2 DLC on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Forsaken is a new expansion for Destiny 2 – with its own season pass containing content between now and August 2019, and as everyone knows who plays this game, it’s shaking up the universe with loads of new additions/fixes etc and a half decent – if long-winded – campaign to boot. The campaign takes you […]

All Hallows: Rise of the Pumpkin on ZX Spectrum – The DVDfever Review

All Hallows: Rise of the Pumpkin has been released just ahead of Halloween, it’s a terrific ZX Spectrum platformer and it’s FREE! Like most platformers, you have to get from A to B, but how? That’s the rub. As we head towards the witching time of year, the premise surrounds you, as a bouncing pumpkin, […]

V-Rally 4 on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

V-Rally 4 comes not-so-hot-on-the-hells from its older trilogy bretheren where you race along various tracks around the world – usually coming off them on sharp turns, all the while being almost-shouted at by your co-driver who tells you what sort of bend is coming up next, even though it feels more like at least two […]

Shenmue I and II Remastered on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Shenmue I and II are released tomorrow in one package on PS4, Xbox One and PC in a remastered form from the original Dreamcast outing. I see… as Ryo would say, as he does, frequently. Yes, his name is Ryo, but he isn’t dancing on the sand. As the first game opens, instead he’s after […]

The Mooseman on PC – The DVDfever Review

The Mooseman is the person you’re playing in this game, and it’s a game that I didn’t really understand – in fact, it’d take longer to figure that out and write about it, but I’ll have a go, and in short, it’s a puzzler. Best to check out some gameplay first, as you’ll walk along […]

Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2 on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Mega Man X Legacy Collection 1 and 2 brings together 8 games from a videogame series which began with Mega Man, and which has been running since 1987, but prior to this, I’ve never played a single entry from it in my life. After the amount of enjoyment this compilation has given me, I have […]

The Crew 2 on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

The Crew 2 is out now, but the first game was one of the worst that I have played for an awfully long time. The build up and excitement surrounding its release was larger than most, and it hurts when you feel as let down by a game as I felt whilst playing it. Nothing […]

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