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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 […]

Rays’ Reprisal on ZX Spectrum – The DVDfever Review – Yars’ Revenge Remake

Rays’ Reprisal is a ZX Spectrum version of the Atari 2600 classic – but incredibly bizarre – Yars’ Revenge, a game which had a bizarre and pointless Xbox 360 version made back in 2011, so thankfully, we’re back in familiar territory, here. ZX Spectrum? Yes, the homebrew scene is still alive and kicking for this […]

DeltaStar Earth Defence on ZX Spectrum Next – The DVDfever Review

DeltaStar Earth Defence is a new shoot-em-up for the ZX Spectrum Next, which is similar to the arcade classic Galaga, with some elements of Phoenix, but with a make-over that mixes both 8-bit and modern-day elements, including an homage to the backdrops of arcade games of that era, such as when Space Invaders would have […]

Red Faction Guerilla Re-Mars-tered on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Red Faction Guerilla Re-Mars-tered is out now, and the original was one of my favourite open world games on PS3. In fact, I liked it so much, I went out and bought it for PC, too, during 2009. You can tell, immediately, that the series gets some inspiration from the classic 1990 Arnie movie Total […]

Escape on VIC-20 – The DVDfever Review

Escape is a new game for the VIC-20. Yes, the Commodore VIC-20, a home computer released in 1981, and the precursor to the Commodore 64, but while the machine was discontinued in January 1985, there’s still a vibrant home market for this and other computers and consoles of the era. It’s a simple affair of […]

Aragami: Shadow Edition on PC – The DVDfever Review

Aragami is a game I never played on its original release as it slipped past me, but then stealth is what this title is all about. In short, you’re an assassin, and there’s a supernatural tinge to how you go about things, but in short, whileyou collect some items and destroy others, the real fun […]

Onrush on PS4 – The DVDfever Review

Onrush is a racer I looked at in its Beta form, a few weeks back, and now it’s here in all its glory, with several modes including Superstar, which is as close to a campaign mode as we’re going to get. All you need to know is that you’re on blue team, and you’re vs […]

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 […]

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