Reviews

Far Cry 6 Review

The Far Cry series is one that has changed quite a bit from game to game. However, a few things remain constant: a near-criminally insane villain, a large open world to play around in, and having to survive against enemies…

G-Darius HD Review

Having previously reviewed the Darius Cozmic Collection on Nintendo Switch, I’ve been hoping that would make its way to the console too. Now thanks to Taito, G-Darius has been reborn in glorious HD and it’s a match made in heaven…

Eastward Review

Eastward is one of those games that will immediately catch your eye. It looks flat out gorgeous and thankfully developers PixPil and Publisher Chucklefish have crafted a game that’s teeming with life and heart. Eastward is bursting with pixel art…

Hot wheels Unleashed Review

When I hear the name Hot Wheels, my mind recalls fondly to memories of setting up the orange tracks all around my house. I would make such elaborate tracks, fascinated to see if my little car would speed round it…

EPOS H3 Hybrid Review

The EPOS H3 Hybrid Closed Acoustic Gaming Headset with Bluetooth, is a headset a Nintendo Switch owner should consider picking up, thanks to the latest update to the Nintendo Switch, which now allows for Bluetooth connectivity. Yet, it is not…

Diablo II: Resurrected Review

Diablo II: Resurrected is a fantastic audiovisual overhaul of the classic and influential ARPG, developed, published, and remastered by Blizzard Entertainment and Vicarious Visions. The TL;DR version is that very little has changed under the hood. PC players who still…

Deathloop Review

As a storyteller, time travel is always a tricky topic to tackle. Whether you’re crafting a two-hour movie or developing a large interactive experience, there’s a lot to consider. Are there blatant paradoxes that make the core concept too frustrating…

Chernobylite Review

The Chernobylite console release – developed by The Farm 51 and published by All In! Games – has been delayed a few times already. The good news is that, visually and performance-wise, it’s a solid port. The bad news is…

BPM: Bullets Per Minute Console Review

BPM: Bullets Per Minute, from developer Awe Interactive and publisher Just Add Water (JAW), is a rhythm-based FPS roguelike that, after launching on PC and receiving several content updates, has finally arrived on console. It’s an unexpected hybrid of genres…

Mary Skelter Finale Review

Lately, I’m in a constant cycle of stress and depression. It wakes me up in the morning and kept me from getting a good night’s rest thinking where did I went wrong or what path I should’ve taken to get…