25th Sep2020

Tracklist announced for ‘Let’s Sing presents Queen’

by Phil Wheat

Ravenscourt and Voxler today announce the tracklist for Let’s Sing presents Queen. The dedicated iteration of the critically acclaimed Karaoke-Game-Franchise celebrates the biggest rock band ever with 30 of their greatest hits. The highlight-packed tracklist for this special entry in the Let’s Sing series takes you on a trip through several decades with all-time classics […]

28th Aug2020

First look at ‘Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues’ game!

by Phil Wheat

Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues, a new side-scrolling beat ‘em up action game inspired by Sony’s critically acclaimed series, coming to Netflix later this year, has been announced for console. Launching October 27th on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One with Nintendo Switch following later on November 24th (Boooo! Why the delay?), Cobra Kai: […]

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21st Aug2020

‘Let’s Sing 2021’ gets a trailer & release date!

by Phil Wheat

Ravenscourt and Voxler have announced the latest rendition in the critically acclaimed (and Nerdly favourite) Let’s Sing series, Let’s Sing 2021, will be available from November 13th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Which means were getting TWO Let’s Sing game this year! YES!! Features: Strong playlist with 30 international hits and original […]

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14th Aug2020

First look at new G.I. Joe video game ‘G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout’

by Phil Wheat

G.I. Joe: Operation Blackout, a new team-based, third-person shooter based on Hasbro’s mega-popular franchise, has been revealed today. Play as your favorite heroes and villains from Team Joe and Team Cobra in this action-packed adventure – travel to monumental locations like Cobra Headquarters and the U.S.S. Flagg through an original story inspired by 80s-style comics. […]

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06th Aug2020

‘Maid of Sker’ Review (PS4)

by Chris Cummings

Developed and published by Wales Interactive who have previously worked on games I’ve reviewed here on Nerdly such as The Complex and Soul Axiom, Maid of Sker is not unlike those games in the sense that there’s a strong story at the core of it, and everything else is secondary to a degree. This game, […]

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06th Aug2020

Second Opinion: ‘The Last of Us Part 2’ Review (PS4) *SPOILERS*

by Chris Cummings

I’m not sure there’s been many more highly anticipated games in the recent history of gaming than The Last of Us Part 2. The first game was a triumph, blending horror and character-based drama to tell a story of hope, redemption, loyalty and pain. It was incredible, and it became one of the most beloved […]

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29th Jul2020

Let’s Sing franchise expands with ‘Let’s Sing presents Queen’

by Phil Wheat

Ravenscourt and Voxler today announce a special entry in the highly successful (and Nerdly favourite) Let’s Sing series: Let’s Sing presents Queen… Grab the microphone and get ready to rock! Sing alone or share the stage with your friends in compelling game modes while you follow in the footsteps of Queen, the biggest rock band […]

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22nd Jul2020

SODESCO bringing ‘Kaze and the Wild Masks’ to consoles

by Phil Wheat

SOEDESCO and development studio PixelHive have announced that 90’s inspired platformer Kaze and the Wild Masks is coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam. The pixel-art platformer hops to the stores with both a digital and physical version. With hand-animated pixel-art graphics, classic side-scrolling action and a fierce rabbit as the protagonist, […]

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16th Jul2020

‘The Last of Us Part 2’ Review (PS4)

by Xenia Grounds

I’ll be honest. I’ve had over a week to really reflect on this game and I’m still digesting what it had to say. Prior to its release, there was already controversy thanks to the unfortunate leaks which I purposefully dodged which created backlash from fans saying it was a betrayal of the game or that […]

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15th Jun2020

First look at ‘Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix’

by Phil Wheat

GameMill Entertainment has today announced Nickelodeon Kart Racers 2: Grand Prix, a new kart racing video game jam-packed with Nickelodeon’s most beloved icons, coming to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One this October. Developed by Bamtang Games, this action-packed sequel expands on the original Nickelodeon Kart Racers with even more characters and tracks inspired […]

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12th Jun2020

‘Darius Cozmic Collection’ coming to PS4 and Switch

by Phil Wheat

The localised, digital, versions of one of the highest revered shoot ‘em up game series in the history of video gaming, Darius, are heading to the Nintendo eShop and PSN. The Darius series pioneered horizontal shoot ‘em up games and was developed by the legendary TAITO Corporation. The first Darius game wowed arcade going fans […]

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11th Jun2020

‘Namco Museum Archives: Vols 1 & 2’ coming to consoles

by Phil Wheat

Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe have today announced that Namco Museum Archives Volume 1 and 2 will be available to download on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC from 18th June 2020, and will be available in selected retailers from 10th July 2020. Gathering Namco’s hits and long-lost treasures, each volume of Namco Museum […]

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11th Jun2020

First look at ‘Transformers: Battlegrounds’ video game!

by Phil Wheat

Hasbro and Outright Games have today announced that Transformers: Battlegrounds, an all-new Transformers video game for kids and fans of all ages, will launch October 23rd on PlayStation 4, Nintendo Switch, Xbox One and PC. UK developer Coatsink bring the timeless, legendary war between Autobots and Decepticons to life in a never before seen way. […]

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25th May2020

‘Maneater’ Review (PS4)

by Matthew Smail

With the evergreen popularity of Jaws, and the close proximity of trashy B-Movie stories to video games, I’m genuinely surprised that we haven’t had hundreds of shark themed video games. I honestly can’t fathom (lol) why there haven’t been more, but that may change going forwards if Maneater realises it’s full potential. This game has […]

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26th Mar2020

Digital Shorts: ‘Hidden Through Time’ Review (PS4)

by Chris Cummings

In DIGITAL SHORTS we review some of the latest video games that are only available digitally (at least in the UK), in a short-form review format. In this edition we take a look at Hidden Through Time, available now on Switch, PS4 and Android. Once in a while I like to jump into the Nintendo […]

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25th Mar2020

‘Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel 2’ Review (PS4)

by Chris Cummings

Trails of Cold Steel is a series that I, sadly, have been very much unfamiliar with. The cool opportunity to play this title came up, however, and so I gave it a shot, without the knowledge of what I was getting myself into or any information about the previous titles in the series. Many fans, […]

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14th Jan2020

‘Let’s Sing 2020’ Review (PS4)

by Phil Wheat

The karaoke game train rolls on with the only video game franchise in the ever-diminishing genre, Let’s Sing, still around! Now in it’s 2020 iteration, the RavensCourt/Voxler title is now seemingly the only karaoke game left in a market that used to be completely saturated. So maligned is the genre that Sony recently announced it’s […]

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12th Dec2019

‘Life Is Strange 2 – Episode 5: Wolves’ Review (PS4)

by Xenia Grounds

We’ve reached the end of a very long road. Sean and Daniel’s journey is over in its entirety. Over this past year and three months of watching their story, it’s warmed and broke my heart so often. Their relationship has made everything very worthwhile. I’ve never seen a game that so accurately captures what it’s […]

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11th Nov2019

‘Utawarerumono: Zan’ Review (PS4)

by Phil Wheat

The Utawarerumono franchise is something of an oddity. The original Utawarerumono was first released in 2004, but only came out in Japan. THe first game to make it to the West was Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception, which was swiftly followed by Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth in the latter half of 2017. Skip forward to 2019 […]

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11th Nov2019

‘Monkey King: Hero is Back’ Review (PS4)

by Phil Wheat

Kung-Fu. Adventure. Chinese mythology. A boy named Liuer. A Monkey King. A 500-year old Chinese tale. All combined in a fun, frantic, funny action-adventure set in a bright, detailed and adorable fantasy world. Explore Monkey King’s hidden powers, engaging sense of humour, battling animal-like creatures and other-wordly bosses, all taken from the Chinese box office […]

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31st Oct2019

‘Travis Strikes Again: No More Heroes Complete Edition’ Review (PS4)

by Chris Cummings

I remember all the way back in 2008 playing the original No More Heroes on the Nintendo Wii. It was a fresh, original, quirky and vibrant action video game that was really funny, very weird and a whole ton of fun. I hadn’t revisited the game since, or anything in the No More Heroes world, […]

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24th Oct2019

‘Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince’ Review (PS4)

by Britt Roberts

The fourth in Frozenbyte’s now decade-old Trine series shows that refining something can be just as enduring as re-inventing it. Some minor issues aside, Trine 4 is a triumph in the platform-puzzle genre and, should it be the last in the series, a hell of a way to go out. Moving away from Trine 3’s […]

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