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Bus Simulator Review

Info Published by : Astragon Entertainment Developed by : Stillalive Studios Platform available on : Xbox One, PS4, and PC Reviewed on Xbox One Available : Now Bus Simulator…. yep you read that ...[Read More]

8.8 Great

Rollin Eggz Review

Are you looking for something to keep your little cherubs (and yourself) quiet over the weekends? Is the whole family coming home for the weekend and you don’t know what to do? Rollin Eggz is th...[Read More]

9.5 Amazing

Darkwood Review

Darkwood; A top-down perspective on survival horror is here for fans of the genre to enjoy. What kind of nightmares await behind the screen? Let’s find out on this Darkwood Review! If you are a ...[Read More]

The Adventures of Elena Temple Review

The Adventures of Elena Temple is a nod in the most impressive way to the games of yesteryear when times and pixels were much simpler and the only expectation was badass gameplay. Think of The Adventu...[Read More]

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review

Four years after Super Smash Bros. launched on both the 3DS and Wii U, the series returns on Nintendo’s latest console. With the tagline Ultimate, Masahiro Sakurai hopes to give the fans the greatest ...[Read More]

Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Review

Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption Reviewed on Nintendo Switch; Also available on Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PC and Mac.    Gameplay Sinner: Sacrifice for Redemption is essentially a boss battle game...[Read More]

Apparition Review

Finding evidence of paranormal activity, on some creepy woods at night might be too much for some people. Now, If you’re a fan of horror games and creepy stuff in general, you definitely should ...[Read More]

Eternum EX Review

In this review, we check out another potential indie darling that is heavily influenced by games from an older time while still hoping to craft something unique within itself to stand out against the ...[Read More]

8.8 Great

Fist Of The North Star: Lost Paradise Review

Let’s find out if the team can recreate the magic they have with Yakuza with Fist Of The North Star: Lost Paradise or if the formula doesn't work!

Friday The 13th: Killer Puzzle Review

The team behind this game has decided to take the iconic Slasher film of the 80’s and its titular character from Friday The 13th and leave the dark and gritty nature these games are based on and...[Read More]

Spintires: MudRunner American Wilds Review

American Wilds is the expansion pack for Spintires MudRunner, making an already massive game even more colossal by adding more maps and vehicles to the mix. We have previously reviewed Spintires: MudR...[Read More]

Miles & Kilo Review

When I went to this year’s EGX in September, I was lucky enough to meet Michael Waites (Director of Four Horses) and his team. We spoke in great length about their new title Miles & Kilo. We...[Read More]

Super Hyperactive Ninja Review

Super Hyperactive Ninja revolves around two things; Ninjas and Coffee. One of these things I’m extremely familiar with, the other, not so much. Can you guess which? Hint: I love coffee. Reviewed...[Read More]

Nickelodeon Kart Racers Nintendo Switch Review

A Mario Kart clone with a Nickelodeon coat of paint, will this racer give you full throttle nostalgia? Keep reading and find out in this Nickelodeon Kart Racers review. When I was a child in the ̵...[Read More]

Wasteland 2: Director’s Cut Switch Review

Wasteland 2 has roots that go deep into gaming’s history. Developer inXile was founded by longtime members of Interplay games – known for the original Fallout games. The game was the product of ...[Read More]

Hollow Knight Review

I love Hollow Knight. I’m just going to tell you that up front. I absolutely, unabashedly love it. That’s why I’ve been stalling for so long on writing this review. I actually finish...[Read More]

Snakebyte Head:Set 4 Review

A headset is a vital accessory in modern gaming. Whether it’s to fully immerse yourself in the latest single player masterpiece like God of War, to party up in Fortnite Battle Royale or just to ...[Read More]

Old School Musical Review

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, ...[Read More]

Fishing Sim World Review

I had the opportunity to review the new game from Dovetail Games, ‘Fishing Sim World’. When I was telling people about my review, I was getting funny looks “a fishing game… Rea...[Read More]

Life is Strange 2 – Episode 1 “Roads” – Review

Back in 2015, a small French company called DontNod released, though Square Enix, the first episode of what would become one of the most beloved games in recent memory. A game that soon garnered a ver...[Read More]

Catastronauts Review

Catastronauts is a frantic, couch co-op party game from Inertia Game studios; a small indie developer based in Ely, Cambridgeshire. Working alone or with friends, the game tasks 1-4 players to take th...[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]

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]

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]

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]

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]

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