Reviews

Timespinner Review

Two worlds, an evil empire and one woman ready to sacrifice herself in order to change time itself. Is this metroidvania worth the wait? Find out in this Timespinner review.

The Gardens Between Review

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 Betw...[Read More]

Scribblenauts Mega Pack Review

Overview Scribblenauts has always been a franchise I’ve loved. The original on the DS did something completely different, it was a genuinely unique experience as well as an excellent puzzle game...[Read More]

Blade Strangers Review

Blade Strangers is one of those games that you don’t expect to come into existence. A Smash Bros-like occurrence that, while interesting, seems like it could never actually work. It brings together ch...[Read More]

V-Rally 4 Review

After a 16 year wait, the Godfather of arcade rally games is back; V-Rally returns with its 4th entry ready to take on the racing heavyweights once again. Ever since I set eyes on the launch trailer I...[Read More]

Slime Rancher PS4 Review

Reviewed on PlayStation 4; also available on Xbox One and PC. Slime Rancher. Doesn’t sound great, does it? Let me tell you, it’s the most adorable game you will play. Period. Gameplay Slim...[Read More]

Downward Spiral: Horus Station Review

Sometimes a break is needed from mutilating zombies, capturing outposts and saving the world. Downward Spiral: Horus Station, from 3rd Eye Studios, takes us on an immersive journey through environment...[Read More]

The Messenger Review

The Messenger is a throwback to classic NES and SNES games, inspired by experiences like Ninja Gaiden. In these more modern times in gaming, can a game be inspired by classics that are over thirty yea...[Read More]

Ninjin: Clash of Carrots Review

Story When Shogun Moe steals all of the carrots from the villagers, it’s up to Ninja Warrior Rabbit Ninjin and Ninja Fox Akai to follow the thieves and reclaim the stolen treasure. Follow the villains...[Read More]

BlobCat Review

Back in 1999, Sega released ChuChu Rocket for the Dreamcast. In the game, players must guide mice into rockets using arrows placed on the board. If the mice reach the rockets before the cats catch the...[Read More]

Marvel’s Spider-Man Review

Remember E3 2016? I do for one amazing reason. The spectacular reveal that Insomniac would be making a licensed video game for the first time in their twenty-two year history, Spider-Man, exclusive to...[Read More]

Frozen Synapse 2 Review

Frozen Synapse 2 is a turn-based tactical shooter. Lead teams of armed soldiers to fulfill your missions. The gameplay of Frozen Synapse 2 is quite unique, all turns happen at the same time. This make...[Read More]

Sir Questionnaire

Sir Questionnaire! Review

Dungeon Diving with Sir Questionnaire You get a speedy Rogue-lite game when you jump into Sir Questionnaire. With a simple interface and remarkably charming graphics, the game has you progressing thro...[Read More]

Strange Brigade Review

From Oxford based Rebellion we have Strange Brigade, a very British third-person shooter with a strong tinge of Indiana Jones. Rebellion was previously best known for the Sniper Elite series which exp...[Read More]

Guns, Gore and Cannoli 2 Review

Guns, Gore and Cannoli 2 ticks all the right boxes for me and I couldn’t wait to get into reviewing the game. My all time favorite games are side-scrolling arcade platformers with the non stop a...[Read More]

Planet Alpha Review

When I hear ‘Platformer’ I have flashbacks to the likes of Cuphead, Celeste and Rayman. Frustrating, annoying and rage inducing. I shuddered at the thought of Planet Alpha being the ‘...[Read More]

Shikhondo: Soul Eater Review

It’s been a long time since I have played a shoot’em up game. The genre seems to be taking a back seat, reserved for arcade machines or bowling alleys. Shikhondo: Soul Eater is from indie ...[Read More]

Dead Cells Review

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 pu...[Read More]

Iro Hero Review

Iro Hero is the latest top-down shooter to grace the Nintendo Switch. With a retro pixelated flavour and a soundtrack straight out of the 90s arcade, this could be the shooter I have been waiting for&...[Read More]

Forsaken Remastered

Forsaken Remastered is the latest remaster from wizard developer Nightdive Studios, the masterminds behind the Turok and Turok 2 remasters. The original Forsaken launched back in 1998 to mostly positi...[Read More]

Salt and Sanctuary Review

Reviewed on Nintendo Switch; Also available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation Vita. Having never been able to stick out a Souls game, I thought Salt and Sanctuary would give me an easy journey into the...[Read More]

Guacamelee! 2 Review

After showing us the epic adventure of the Agave Boy, Drinkbox wants to step up everything on its sequel. Was it worth the wait? Find out in our Guacamelee! 2 review.

Hand Of Fate 2 Review

Hand of fate 2 is the sequel to 2015’s pretty well received Hand of Fate. Before playing it I took it upon myself to familiarise with the type of game it is, having never played the original and...[Read More]

Frost: Revolution Edition Review

I’ll let you in on a secret about me: if a game is beautiful to look at, I can guarantee I’ll end up playing it at some point. That quality is what first wrenched my attention from platfor...[Read More]

1979 The Revolution: Black Friday Review

1979 The revolution finally finds its way to consoles after being available on PC and mobile platforms. Based on the actual real life event of the 1979 Islamic revolution or ‘Iranian Revolution&...[Read More]

Planescape Torment Enhanced Edition Review

Planescape Torment is the latest RPG mobile title from developers Beamdog, bringing modern features to an old school model. Planescape takes you deep into the Dungeons and Dragons multiverse to the da...[Read More]

Phantom Doctrine Review

Release Date: 14th August 2018 Developers: Creative Forge Games Publishers: Good Shepherd Entertainment Genre: Action, RPG, Turn Based, Strategy Platforms: Console and PC compatible (Reviewed on PS4) ...[Read More]

The Long Reach Review

The Long Reach is a horror-thriller game with one main purpose, messing with your head. How well does it do this? Let’s find out in this The Long Reach review! Reviewed on Xbox One; Also availab...[Read More]

Aces Of The Luftwaffe: Squadron Review

The fight for Europe is done, and a commando group is formed going by the name Aces Of Luftwaffe. Their mission is striking back and invading the USA. It is your squadron’s job to fight back and...[Read More]

Haimrik Review

Words have power and thus it proves in this quirky little puzzle adventure from Below the Game. Haimrik is a scribe and whilst writing his latest book he discovers that by using his own blood as ink h...[Read More]

No Man’s Sky Review

No Man's Sky may not be for everyone, but Hello Games has crafted a very special title that will speak to a large populace of the gaming community looking for good value for their money and something ...[Read More]

City of Shroud Review

City of Shroud Review

Decisions, combats and a lot of narration awaits you in this title. Put your best hat, because this is our City of Shroud review.

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