MisterDerp1975

 
Helpful votes received on reviews: 70% (767 of 1,103)
Location: Northamptonshire, England
 

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Top Reviewer Ranking: 23,227 - Total Helpful Votes: 767 of 1103
Angry Birds Star Wars (PS4) by Activision
Believe it or not, I have never played an Angry Birds game before this one. Shock, I know, but true. The main reason for my interest in this, was of course, Star Wars, and me being a huge fan of it. I knew that this was available dirt cheap on mobile phones/tablets but I personally have never been a fan of games on anything other than a console or PC. So, when I saw this for £12, I decided to give it a go. I am glad I did not pay the £30-ish when it first came out. The game is ridiculously addictive and funny aswell. There are plenty of levels to have a go at, some of which are exclusive to the console version. All in all, so far having a great time playing the game, which is easy to… Read more
Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (PS4) by Activision
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
First things first, I was a big fan of the Cybertron game on ps3, so was quite looking forward to giving this new game a go.
Somehow, things have gone backwards though. Graphics are quite poor for a PS4 game, it looks as though they've just made the version for ps3 and xbox360 and ported it across to ps4. The campaign mode was the first I tried, and it is very noticeable, that the difficulty is all over the place for it. There are 14 missions, that switch without warning or reason from Autobot to Decepticon, very unevenly. The dull audio and level design certainly don't help either, both being lame. There are plenty of weapons when you get into the game that service you well, and the… Read more
Murdered: Soul Suspect Limited Edition (PS4) by Square Enix
13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
First things first, it is genuinely nice to see an almost new type of game, far away from FPS, Driving and Sports games that seem to dominate this and the last generation. The story is pretty good, as you play Ronan O'Connor, a man who has been brutally murdered. And you yourself have to solve the crime in the real town of Salem, Massachussetts (USA). To call this game an open world sandbox game though is a bit misleading, as Ronan can’t pass through other ghostly matter because he’s a ghost, and he can’t access three quarters of the town’s buildings as they’ve been ‘consecrated’ by Salem’s citizens. The developer didn’t have time to make a bigger, more interesting world, in other words… Read more