Damian Seeto's news stories
Game review: MLB The Show 22 (PS5)
Historically the MLB The Show series has been exclusive to PlayStation consoles, but now the franchise is expanding.
Game review: Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga (Xbox Series X)
The Lego Star Wars games have always been popular with both kids and adults as they are a cute way to relive the famous movies.
Game review: Weird West (PlayStation 4)
There have been many games released over the years based on the wild west era, but Weird West is one of the most unique.
Game review: Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy Origin (Xbox Series X)
There have been many Final Fantasy spin-off games released over the years, with varying degrees of success.
Game review: Monster Energy Supercross 5 (Xbox Series X)
Supercross is a sport that isn’t very popular here in New Zealand, but it has a large following over in the United States.
Game review: WWE 2K22 (Xbox Series X)
2K Games had a rough time back in 2019, thanks to the release of WWE 2K20, which was a buggy mess and was the worst received WWE 2K video game released to date.
Game review: Elden Ring (Xbox Series X)
Developer FromSoftware inadvertently created a new gaming genre when it released Demon’s Souls on PS3 over a decade ago.
Game review: Gran Turismo 7 (PS5)
The Gran Turismo series started on the PSOne back in 1997, and it easily changed the way we perceived racing games.
Game review: Horizon Forbidden West (PS5)
Guerrilla Games hit the jackpot when the developer released Horizon Zero Dawn for the PS4 back in 2017. The developer’s previous Killzone series was well-received, but Horizon Zero Dawn earned the studio lots of GOTY awards.
Game review: Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection (PS5)
Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End and Uncharted: The Lost Legacy were released several years ago exclusively for the PS4 console. Well, now PC and PS5 owners can play both games in the form of Uncharted: Legacy of Thieves Collection out this year.
Game review: Gear.Club Unlimited 2
Developer Eden Games has been in the video game industry for decades, working on famous games such as the V-Rally and Test Drive Unlimited series. Well, more recently, the developer has made Gear.Club Unlimited 2 in 2018 exclusively for the Nintendo Switch.
Game review: Halo Infinite Campaign (Xbox Series X)
It has been exactly 20 years since the first Halo game made the original Xbox console famous in 2001. While the original developer Bungie left the franchise to make Destiny a few years ago, the last few games have now been made by 343 Industries.
Game review: Riders Republic (PS5)
This is probably the best extreme sports game to be released in recent years was Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1 + 2.
Game review – Call of Duty: Vanguard (PS5)
Even though the Call of Duty series has followed the same formula for years and years, the franchise still makes millions of dollars every year.
Game review: Forza Horizon 5 (Xbox Series X)
Aside from a few small flaws, Forza Horizon 5 is still a great addition to the Horizon series.
Game review: Back 4 Blood (Xbox Series X)
Overall, Back 4 Blood can be a fun game if you are able to find some players online that you like to play with.
Game review: Far Cry 6 (Xbox Series X)
All in all, Far Cry 6 is an enjoyable game if you concentrate mainly on the gunplay and vehicles.
Game review: In Sound Mind
Overall, In Sound Mind isn’t the best horror game I’ve ever played although I did enjoy the story and some of the puzzle solving aspects.
Game review – Kena: Bridge of Spirits (PS4 Pro & PS5)
Kena: Bridge of Spirits truly looks phenomenal if you are playing on the PS5 console.
Game review: Death Stranding Director’s Cut (PS5)
This PS5 Director’s Cut adds a few new features that make the game a little bit more enjoyable than the original version from two years ago.
Game review: NBA 2K22 (PS5)
Graphically, NBA 2K22 still remains to be the best looking sports game available on the market.
Game review: Tales of Arise (PS4 and PS5)
If you like modern action-style RPGs, do yourself a favour and buy this game as soon as you can.
Game review – Ghost of Tsushima: Director’s Cut (PS5)
This is the definitive version of the game, and you must play it if you didn’t pick it up last year.
Game review: Cris Tales
There have been many modern JRPGs released over the years, although the more recent ones are different from the games of the past.