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Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution Review


Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm Revolution is not a welcoming game for those not familiar with any of the previous 14 iterations and, in all honesty, it doesn’t need or intend to be.  The game is under the huge assumption that you’ve played at least one of those games and are familiar with it’s strange mix of fighting, world roaming, ... Read More »

The Gamestyle Archive

Gamestyle Archive

Long time readers may already know the story, but Gamestyle has been the victim of two hacking incidents. Both times causing a lot of content to go up in smoke. The fact that we were originally a Dreamcast only site should tell you how long we’ve been going, and how much content would’ve been lost. The hacking took a lot ... Read More »

Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2 Review


Castlevania: Lords of Shadow was a decent game, whilst not being a classic. It was generally fun to play and offered great value, with its mix of adventure and combat. This sequel comes late in the life of the last generation consoles, but still hopes to offer up top quality gaming. You once again take on the role of Dracula, ... Read More »

Call Of Duty: Ghosts Review


As sure as the sun rises in the morning and sets in the evening, when November rolls around you can expect a new Call Of Duty and 2013 is no exception with the release of Call Of Duty: Ghosts. The thing with most of the ‘bigger’ titles being released right now is that we are getting current and next gen ... Read More »

Pro Evolution Soccer 2014 Review


Gamers of a certain age, will remember a football game called International Superstar Soccer, it was stunning, an amazing step up of quality on football titles. That game went on to become Pro Evolution Soccer and it was the king of digital football. That was during the PS2 era though, a time when the FIFA titles were awful to play ... Read More »

Rayman Legends Review


Rayman is back, which can mean one of two things. Either another spin off with annoying Rabbid type things. Or some more platforming greatness. Luckily it is the latter of the two. Rayman Legends hopes to be everything Origins was and more.  When Gamestyle finished Rayman Origins, we were left wanting more it was an amazing return to the original ... Read More »

Splinter Cell: Blacklist Review


Something is going down, so the US Government can only call on one man! Sam Fisher is back and doing his stealth thing all over again in the sixth Splinter Cell game.  Splinter Cell: Blacklist is a direct sequel to Conviction and having shut down Third Echelon, for being a little bit corrupt, it is decided to open a new ... Read More »

Injustice: Gods Among Us Review


Who would win in a fight between Superman and, well, pretty much anyone? Superman obviously, it’s a problem that all DC products whether they be games or movies will run into. Why would Superman need a Justice League when he can pretty much destroy planets by giving them a mean stare? Injustice: Gods Among Us, the latest from Mortal Kombat ... Read More »

State Of Decay Review

state of decay

We have been playing State of Decay for over 10 hours now. Actually, ‘playing’ might not be the most accurate description for what we have been doing in Trumball Valley, the harrowing, ominous world Undead Labs have squeezed into their first Xbox Live release. No, we have been surviving. Surviving on a few snacks here and a few meds there. ... Read More »

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