Blasphemous Review

The Game Kitchen and Team 17 have teamed up to release Blasphemous, a 2D “metroidvania” style game that’s dripping with a dark aesthetic and sinister undertones. In Blasphemous, players will take on the role of “The Penitent One” in his…

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Review

Once again Team 17 has made the gamer in me happy, being a fan of Yooka-Laylee on the Switch a game that has seen its release on PS4, Xbox One and PC, a game that is, in its own right…

The Alliance Alive HD Remastered Review

The Alliance Alive HD Remastered from publisher NIS America and developers Cattle Call, with assistance from Grezzo and FuRyu, is an upscaled, enhanced version of the 3DS title that launched last year. The game’s story was penned by Yoshitaka Murayama,…

The Walking Dead: The Telltale Definitive Series Review

A good zombie apocalypse is brilliant and what a lot of people today love. There have been loads of different versions and stories over the years, but one has stood out throughout its whole life cycle as the top dog…

Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch Remastered Review

This is going to be one tricky review to write, so I’m going to keep it short and sweet. Ni No Kuni is a JRPG masterpiece; a fact well documented by reviewers of the original PS3 release. Created as a…

Rebel Cops Review

Rebel Cops from Weappy Studio and THQ Nordic released on the 17th September 2019. Set in the same universe as This Is The Police. In Rebel Cops, players command a squad of rebellious outlawed cops in a crime ridden game…

River City Girls Review

Developers Wayforward has teamed up with Arc System Works to bring us another title in the River City Ransom franchise of games. Enter River City Girls. The game which is a continuation of River City Ransom focuses on Kyoko and…

Utawarerumono: ZAN Review

A visual novel is an ever-daunting task to partake. Something that, for the most part, would take unsurmountable hours, a huge wall of text and dozens of caffeine-infested beverages before its story can be set to a close. So when…

Code Vein Review

Methodical outplays. An ever-challenging world. Head-splitting, rage-inducing boss encounters. It’s the very essence of what makes Dark Souls… actual freakin’ Dark Souls. It’s a game that delivers its gamers to their graves faster than a pizza guy can knock at…

Crystar Review – A Good Marriage between its Characters and Story

“Don’t play with my emotions.” is probably the first, second and last words I’ve uttered throughout the story until the end credits rolled. It played with my emotions far better than my partner did last summer… considering if it was…

Torchlight 2 Nintendo Switch Review

Dungeon crawlers are a strange genre, in that you can pretty much guarantee that most people will say the same thing when asked about them; Diablo. Since inception, Blizzard’s darling was the template for the whole looter-smasher “thing”; or at…

Greedfall Review

After the somewhat unremarkable release of The Technomancer, developers Spiders had to come up with a new concept to revitalise their studio. Following similar design principles and mechanics, GreedFall was born as a colonial and native intrigue plot, surrounded by…

The Surge 2 Review

Around 2 years ago we were gifted a game that was on no one’s list at the time, The Surge, and while my review for the game painted it in a very bad light it did well enough for the…

Torchlight II (PS4) Review

Dungeon crawlers have always taken the dark and gloomy road. The hideous and most gruesome of boss encounters, the weirdest and craziest of dungeons yet at the end of it was Torchlight. A series originally developed by Runic Games, a…

Catherine Full Body Review

Catherine Full Body is the latest addition to Atlus and Sega’s game’s line up for 2019 and even though at its core, it’s the same game from 8 years ago with additional features, it’s still worth playing. More of the…