Old School Musical Review
An ode to the wonderful world of video game music

Old School Musical is something special. I really mean that. So much so that for this review I’m going to do a little something different. The review structure is going out the window. Instead, I’ve gone for something a little more personal. I’ve decided to open up on a couple of things that I never […]

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The Gardens Between Review
A story of memories, friendship and the importance of both

I think we all have had that childhood friend that we once shared everything with; making box forts, playing silly games and just generally making unforgettable memories. That is what The Gardens Between is all about. Reviewed on Nintendo Switch; also available on PlayStation 4 and PC. Gameplay The Gardens Between follows best friend duo […]

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New Smash Bros character possibly leaked

HADOUKEN! A peculiar image has appeared online today among social networks and message boards appearing to leak a new smash character. It appears that Ken, from the popular series Street Fighter, has been outed for the latest installment in the popular Nintendo franchise. From what we can tell it appears to be real, while we have no […]

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Couch co-op puzzler Pitfall Planet lands on Switch Fall 2018, see the trailer here

Look how wonderfully cute. Following a successful release on Steam in 2016, Pitfall Planet is making it’s way to Nintendo’s hybrid platform. This release will be fully optimised for Switch in one particular way: single joy-con play. This means with just one console you and a buddy can team up and take control of your […]

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Everything announced at the Nindies direct

Hyper light drifter, into the breach, bastion + lots more! This past Wednesday Nintendo held another indies direct showcase, here is everything they announced; Hyper light drifter – 6th September Towerfall – 27th September Treasure stack – Winter 2018 Zarvot – October 2018 Minekos Night Market – Early 2019 Samurai Gunn 2 – Early 2019 […]

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Dead Cells Review
Unforgiving. Frustrating. Wicked. Fun.

Summertime – that wonderful time between major tentpole releases. Summertime is often a chance to try and immerse yourself in your backlog, hunt down trophies or achievements that you’ve been putting off, or forget gaming altogether to spend time in the sun. This summer I found myself spending time away from my consoles, as nothing […]

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