Tormented Souls Review – Scared the Pants Off Me

Horror is not the genre for me. I’ve never been a fan of the jump scares and the dark rooms and the ominous atmosphere whether it be in games or films. But the experience, virtual though it may be, of…

Kitaria Fables Review – It was Almost Good!

Kitaria Fables is a game that in my head actually sounded really good the first time I heard about it… well, almost! Developed by Twin Hearts, a team consisting of three people from Yogyakarta, Indonesia and published by PQube, the…

Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous Review

Arriving 4 years after the first game, Owlcat has recently released the second Pathfinder-styled video game in the form of Wrath of the Righteous, which just like the previous follows an adventurer path designed for the tabletop roleplaying game. Changing…

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox Switch Review

Ys IX: Monstrum Nox is the ninth title in the long-running Ys franchise. Once again our hero Adol Christin is at the centre of an enthralling tale but this time, Nihon Falcom have truly outdone themselves. Ys IX: Monstrum Nox is…

Aliens Fireteam Elite Review

Aliens: Fireteam Elite, a game that, for better or worse takes the initial slog of a zombie survival game and tries to incorporate the four-decade-old history of the Aliens franchise into a one almost exact replica of World War Z…

Road 96 Review

Road 96 from Digixart starts off innocuous enough. Players will take on the role of an unnamed teenager that wants to hitchhike their way to the border. Why do they want to get to the border? Well, you see, the…

Eldest Souls Switch Review

Developed by Fallen Flag Studio and published by United Label, Eldest Souls is an indie Souls-like with a focus on boss battles and only boss battles. This boss rush features a great pixel art style, responsive controls and ten different…

The Great Ace Attorney Chronicles Review

The Ace Attorney franchise, while a pretty niche one in the West, is one that’s been attributed to the rise of popularity of visual novels worldwide. Capcom’s iconic Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney has seen multiple titles over the years and…

Lego Builders Journey Switch Review

The latest Lego game to come out, Lego Builder’s Journey, takes a different approach to the Lego genre than what we’ve come to expect from a Lego game thanks to Travellers Tales work in the series. Instead of an open…

Watch Dogs Legion Bloodline DLC Review

Unlike previous titles in the series, Watch Dogs: Legion is one that never had a central protagonist, to begin with. Here, you’re kind of thrown into a game that skips the entire world-building process that was centred with maybe a…