Anno 2205


Being no stranger to dumping hours of my day into city builders, the prospect of building a futuristic city on the Moon sounded like an excellent premise. Jumping into Anno 2205, I was presented with a mission to do just that. Before long, I found […]

Divinity: Original Sin Enhanced Edition


For those readers who have been keeping up with my reviews since I started at GameCloud, you’re probably beginning to realise that I have a pretty wide spanning collection of interests when it comes to all things pop culture. One of my foremost interests, ever […]

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate


Ubisoft is like an adorable puppy that’s just left a steaming pile on your floor: it’s sorry it’s been bad, but you know you’re going to forgive them. Ubisoft knew that tail wagging and occasional leg-humping weren’t enough to bring in new fans for the […]

Call of Duty: Black Ops III


Jeepers. Alright. So CoD’s yearly review has come. We’re all very… something. Blasé? We’ve spent more time fighting wars in Call of Duty games now than many countries have spent fighting wars in the real world. Anyway, we’re in the future again but this time […]

Tales of Zestiria


I’d be the first to admit I’m a bit of an anomaly in the realm of JRPG games. Despite being quite an enthusiastic anime fan for nearly ten years now, I’ve always struggled to commit to a JRPG from start to finish. Instead, a plethora […]

WRC 5: FIA World Rally Championship


I’ll be honest: I didn’t have high expectations for WRC 5. I’m a huge fan of rallying, and I love rally games. I cut my teeth with Colin McRae Rally on the PlayStation, and, over years, I continued to look for games that offer the […]


It is a rare and beautiful day when we are blessed with a Warhammer video game that doesn’t suck. After being slightly disappointed with Blood Bowl 2, my hopes were high for Vermintide, and by Sigmar’s light, it didn’t disappoint! The bloody carnage of slicing […]


As a reviewer, it’s not often I get to spend as much time with one game as I do when covering an episodic series. With 6-8 week gaps between instalments, it’s big commitment, but also a great opportunity as it gives you a lot of […]

Read Only Memories


Read Only Memories (ROM) was developed by MidBoss, a team of independent developers who actively promote the presence of the LGBT community within the indie scene by organizing events such as GaymerX. In 2013, the team launched a Kickstarter to create a game with a […]

Transformers Devastation


The trailers for this game made it look absolutely stunning. In terms of visuals, they did not disappoint. The game is really bright, colourful and generally nice to look at. The comic book art style disguises any low-quality graphics well, and even when I dropped […]