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Bradley has been part of the Gamestyle team since 2010 and has become a regular reviewer for the site. His passion is for Ice Hockey, both virtual and in the real world. That doesn't mean he is a one dimensional gamer, he'll pretty much play anything he gets his hands on.

Alien: Isolation Review


Alien: Isolation is an important game. It is important for one main reason.  The Alien franchise has been through the mire of late, with mediocre films and awful games. Alien: Isolation is the Dr Sam Beckett of videogames right now, with the chance to put right, that once went wrong.  Those who played the awful Alien: Colonial Marines would be ... Read More »

Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor Review


Coming into Shadow of Mordor as someone who isn’t into the Middle Earth saga at all, felt a bit odd initially. Other games based around Middle Earth, such as the various Lord of the Rings titles have come across like they are for fans only, with the only exception being the LEGO games. However Middle Earth: Shadow of Mordor is ... Read More »

Natural Doctrine Review


Natural Doctrine from developers Kadokawa Shoten will be a game you will absolutely love, or want to avoid completely. This will be based purely on your love for the RPG and interesting battle systems. Immediately it is clear that this isn’t for the casual gamer, so if you are expecting a game to ease you into the genre, then you ... Read More »

Gamestyle on YouTube – NHL 15

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Welcome to Gamestyle’s first official video content. Bradley looks at the first ‘Next-Gen’ release of NHL and what it does right and what it gets utterly wrong. For more reviews and news, be sure to checkout: And please Subscribe to our Youtube Channel Read More »

Frozen Synapse Prime Review


Frozen Synapse is one of those games that you look at and think it would be great to have on the Vita. A game that appears from the off that it is ideal for your wonderful little handheld that could. Well the teams at Mode7 and Double Eleven agree and Frozen Synapse is on the Vita in the form of ... Read More »

The Golf Club Review


In years past there have been a wonderful range of golf games. Links, Virtua Golf, Mario Golf, Golf, Golden Tee and of course PGA. Then along came Tiger Woods and a rather large EA contract and the competition soon dried up for simulation golf on games consoles.  The problem with the Tiger Woods games, is that they kind of went ... Read More »

Flockers Review


You know Team17 right? They make Worms and…Well that’s it really. They have had a change of direction of late, moving into publishing, but also bringing their first new IP in over 10 years.  With Flockers, older gamers may be forgiven for thinking they have seen it all before, as the game bares a striking resemblance to Lemmings and feels ... Read More »

Velocity 2X Review


Futurlab have come a long way since releasing a little known game called Velocity as a PS Mini. Along with games such as Surge and Coconut Dodge, Velocity itself has also seen a remaster for the PS Vita and finally a proper sequel and for those in the know, one of the most anticipated games of the year. Velocity 2X ... Read More »

Diablo III: Ultimate Evil Edition Review


Diablo III has had its fair share of issues from it original much maligned release on PC, where it seemed like if it could go wrong, then it would go wrong to a rather luke warm reception on consoles in 2013. So it would be very easy to be skeptical about its latest release on PS4 and XBOX ONE under ... Read More »

Disgaea 4: A Promise Revisited Review


There are two things that will hit you immediately if you are making your first foray into the Disgaea series with this entry. First the lighthearted overtones to the story and characters and second, the initially confusing mechanics. But with a little patience and some effort from yourself, you can find a very rewarding experience.  You take on the role ... Read More »

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