ACA NEOGEO Sengoku Review

Nostalgia eh? It’s a funny old thing and make no mistake, it seems that at the moment there is a real fad happening for re-releasing old games on modern generation consoles. By and large this is a good thing. As ...

Clicker Heroes Review

Starting out in life as a browser game in 2014, Clicker Heroes has since made the leap to mobiles and now it’s reached the ultimate platform – the latest generation of consoles. Essentially, it’s a free-to-play RPG clicker game, where ...

Sniper Elite 4: Deathstorm Part 1 – Inception Review

It hasn’t been that long since we took ourselves off to the divine mountain views of the Italian landscapes, with Sniper Elite 4 only launching back in February. But that doesn’t mean we’ve had enough of the World War II ...

Mantis Burn Racing Snowbound and Elite Class DLC Review

When additional downloadable content arrives for one of the best racers of recent times, it goes without saying that you should be interested in checking it out. When that same DLC comes in with just a £1.99 price tag, delivering ...

Four Sided Fantasy Review

I love games that tell a great story, with strong characters and weighty dialogue. I love a heart-wrenching narrative that makes me laugh, cry and then laugh a bit more. But there are certain games that can still push all ...

Warhammer Vermintide: Endtimes – Karak Azgaraz DLC Review

Fighting off the Skaven horde is something you’ll have become accustomed to if you’re an avid Warhammer Vermintide player. In the Karak Azgaraz DLC, you will fight through the Skaven invasion in an attempt to warn the dwarven hold of ...

Talent Not Included Review

It’s been awhile since I last went to the theatre. Actually, thinking about it now you could say it’s been far too long since I last saw the curtain raise – but if I could guarantee that future visits would ...

Race The Sun Review

Endless runners – you gotta love ’em for the draw and addictiveness they bring. When that same endless runner changes every single day without fail, you’ll quickly see why I’ve fallen in love with Race The Sun. But similarly, you’ll ...

Troll & I Review

Troll and I is an ambitious adventure puzzler with deep Nordic historic roots and a narrative fit for a fable; following an awful destruction and tragedy, a young boy befriends a sought-after beast who turns out to be a gentle ...

‘N Verlore Verstand Review

Hands down, this title wins every award going for the most unusual and enigmatic name for a game ever produced. All I know about the name in fact is that it derives from Afrikaans heritage, and in itself it has ...

Sniper Elite 4 – Deathstorm Part 2: Infiltration Review

Last time out with Sniper Elite 4, we were making our way through the frozen lands of the an Italian shipyard, taking in the views of the snow covered scenery and getting to work on the interception of the package ...

Onigiri Review

It sometimes amazes me the things you learn when researching into review games. Yes, in an exclusive peek behind the curtain, I can reveal that occasionally I have to scour Wikipedia or a game’s official website for minutes at a ...

A Walk In The Dark Review

It must be said, I’m more of a dog person rather than a cat fan. That doesn’t mean I don’t like cats, I like them fine enough; they’re cute, mad and full of fun. But when I was little, every ...

Lethal League Review

Lethal League has been bouncing around the PC world for a while, receiving praise from the many, but now Dutch based developers Team Reptile have decided it’s time for the next-gen consoles to get a taste of its ball smashing, ...

Black & White Bushido Review

Chivalry may not mean much to some people, but to many folk, especially in the medieval ages, the chivalric code was a great code of conduct around Europe, and the way of living one’s life. Nowadays things like this have ...

Planetbase Review

Space is an interesting topic. The mere mention of it is enough to conjure thoughts of distant galaxies and twinkling stars. If you’ve been paying attention to any of the recent statements from Professor Stephen Hawking, then planetary colonisation may ...

Skylar & Plux: Adventure on Clover Island Review

I’ve been looking forward to playing Skylar and Plux: Adventure on Clover Island ever since I first set eyes on the teaser trailer. Judge me if you will, but there are times when you have to put the big budget ...

Seasons After Fall Review

From the moment you first switch them on, certain games instantly make you feel warm and safe. They whisper comforting words – “Don’t worry, just sit back and enjoy”. Everything about the tone, soundtrack, visuals and story speak to the ...

Dragon Bros Review

Welcome to Dragon Bros, the platforming bullet-hell you didn’t know you wanted. Although that might be stretching the truth. By a lot. This game is more of a shoulder shrug than anything; a brief little motion that hints at something ...

Deformers Review

The multiplayer scene in gaming is booming at the moment, with the likes of Call of Duty, Overwatch and Rocket League all dominating the lives of many gamers. Ready at Dawn, the developers of Deformers, have targeted the arena brawler ...

Mr Pumpkin Adventure Review

Growing up in the late ‘70s and early ‘80s, there were some truly terrifying children’s TV shows, most of which have stayed embedded in my adult mind. Rhubarb and Custard, Chocky, Ludwig, Trapdoor… I could go on and on, but ...

Star Balls Review

Where to start with a game called Star Balls? I could be really immature and refer to it as Cosmic Testicles, or completely puerile and call it Interstellar Nuts. Supernova Stones anyone? No, I am not going to be that ...

Everspace Review

After a successful Kickstarter campaign back in August 2015, there have been many eagerly awaiting the full release of Everspace. As someone who dived in early when Everspace arrived on the Xbox Game Preview program back in September, I too ...

Crossout Review

If you like the concept of being Mad Max, than you’ll probably enjoy this game. Crossout is a free to play game that is centred around vehicular PvP in an apocalyptic wasteland. It is structured very similarly to the PC ...

Mayan Death Robots: Arena – Review

From the title, you know certain games are going to be a bit weak and soppy. They know who they are, and I don’t need to go round naming and shaming. It’s the kind of title that mixes poetic verse ...

Poi Review

Remember the nineties? A time that was all about optimism, Brit pop, mockney crime films and of course, cartoony platfomers. Every week we’d see a new Mario, Spyro, or Crash Bandicoot style title arrive for our hungry gaming pleasure. Then ...

Neighborhorde Review

When the Xbox One and PS4 systems were released back in 2013, the latest generation of super consoles were finally with us. I got my console pre-order in early, happily dropping the few hundred pounds required to ensure that I ...

Super Bomb Rush! Review

When the very first thing asked of you by a game and its developers is whether a buttery biscuit base is still a thing, you quickly realise that what is to come isn’t ever going to treat itself too seriously. ...

Jump Stars Review

Party games aren’t for everyone. Local party games appeal to even less. So it doesn’t really matter what, when or how I talk about Jump Stars, as if you’re not down with the scene, or don’t have any like-minded mates ...

Air Missions: HIND Review

When I was younger there wasn’t a day go by in which I didn’t dream of what I wanted to be when I grew up. There were many crazy ideas that went through my head – from being an astronaut ...

The Golf Club 2 Review

When HB Studios released The Golf Club onto the unsuspecting world back in 2014, there was definitely a gap in the market. EA had gone cold on Tiger and the space was there for a new golf game to take ...

Tour de France 2017 Review

Cycling is an expensive hobby. Not only do you have to buy the expensive bike, but you also need to kit yourself out in expensive lycra and with expensive shoes, whilst expensive energy gels will quickly become your friend. If ...

AereA Review

A young playwright from the East Midlands once said, “If music be the food of love, play on”. I don’t know what happened to that young playwright, but AereA has taken this one step further and made a game all ...

Grim Legends 2: Song of the Dark Swan Review

After a truly magical journey in The Forsaken Bride, where the expectations have been set pretty high for all future Artifex Mundi games, the Grim Legends series returns for a second outing. Grim Legends 2: Song of the Dark Swan ...

GRIDD: Retroenhanced Review

As my advancing years have been caught up by my slightly younger mind, my gaming habits have changed. Gone are the times when I’d happily spend hours on end battling my way through a game which tested my skills to ...

Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure Review

Unbox: Newbie’s Adventure is a 90s style open-world platformer with a whole lot of colour, charm, and character. Players take on the role of Newbie, a sentient cardboard box prophesized to be the saviour of the soon-to-be-bankrupt Global Postal Service ...

Pressure Overdrive Review

People say I’m pretty good at multi-tasking, especially when I’m watching football on TV whilst playing – and dominating – in games with friends on the Xbox One. And this skill of doing two things at once could come in ...

Aven Colony Review

The city building genre, or city sim if you would prefer, has been on something of a revival. After a good few years in the wilderness, the re-emergence, and subsequent success of Sim City a few years back has ensured ...

DeadCore Review

When I play games I always enjoy a good old-fashioned slice of run and jump style gameplay. From Assassin’s Creed to Mirror’s Edge, developers have perfected this game technique while pushing the envelope of tension and set pieces. As I ...

Cyber Complex Review

From films, games, and books, we’ve learnt that computers are essentially evil, and will eventually kill us all. That’s why I’m always keeping an eye on my router, with a baseball bat at the ready in case it tries to ...

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