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Vampyr on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Vampyr is the new game from DONTNOD, whose previous work includes the rather underrated Remember Me and Life is Strange. There aren’t many decent Vampire based games out there in all fairness. Yes, you have vampires in The Elder Scrolls, but proper games that you can get your teeth into are limited. Only 2 come […]

Antigraviator on PC/Steam – The DVDfever Review

Antigraviator – the title is a bit of a mouthful, but in short, we need a Wipeout game on the PC, and while this gets there to a degree, it needs some work. Firstly, DO get a controller for your PC if you haven’t already. An Xbox One controller will work fine, since the keyboard […]

SEGA Megadrive Classics on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

SEGA Megadrive Classics (aka SEGA Genesis Classics in the US) delivers what the Atgames products fail to do – Sega games that look, feel and SOUND like they’re meant to. Before I get to the games, I’ll first mention the menu screen, since that springs forth – initially with a big SPRING sound which made […]

Agony on Xbox One – The DVDfever Review

Agony is something in which you will spend most of the minutes of the 10-hour campaign, as in agonising pain. I mean you are a tormented soul in hell with absolutely no memories of your past. Similar to the game, this review will not hold back on some grotesque, rude and explicit (although rumour suggests […]

Dark Souls Remastered on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Dark Souls Remastered is out now and I remember hearing about the original after spending way too long on Demon’s Souls. When the launch day finally came during September 2011, I was up at my local ASDA picking it up minutes after it was put on the shelf! Little did I know, taking this game […]

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Street Fighter 30th Anniversary Collection brings together 12 titles from the iconic series from ever since it began on August 30th, 1987, so just a little over 30 years ago. This isn’t a definitive collection of every SF game, however, but it is a meaty compendium of those in the arcades. For me, it’s all […]

Hyper Sentinel on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Hyper Sentinel is a game that’s best to watch instead of waiting for me to try and describe it. It’s a shoot-em-up that’s bright, colourful, loud, easy to pick up and play, and will hoover up hours of your time if you let it. Dom RobinsonReviewer of movies, videogames and music since 1994. Aortic valve […]

Battlezone Gold Edition on PS4 / PSVR – The DVDfever Review

Battlezone Gold Edition takes what was great about the Virtual Reality edition of the game, as released on PC and PS4, and gives us more. You can see my full review of the PC version here, but for a brief premise of the game: Back in 1980, Atari launched Battlezone – you’re a tank, the […]

Omensight on PC / Steam – The DVDfever Review

Omensight has the premise of an action/murder-mystery game where you must prevent the apocalypse; and a bit like Groundhog Day, you have to repeat the same day over and over – albeit in this case, that day is the end of the world – and once you’re done, life can move on. When I first […]

Warmind: Destiny 2 DLC on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Warmind is the second expansion from the Destiny 2 Season Pass, and opens up Mars and its frozen area, not seen in the prior game in your pursuit for Rasputin and the Valkyrie weapon. This expansion finally introduces you to Ana Bray, even though she is, literally, only in the first few story missions and […]

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