Yakuza Kiwami PC Review

Yakuza Kiwami kicks its way onto our computers, demanding your cache and taking no hot air from gamers. Set as a follow-up to the extremely popular Yakuza 0, Kiwami is a totally remade version of the original Yakuza back in…

Resident Evil 2 (2019) Review

From punching boulders in RE5 to kicking your allies out of the way in RE6, Resident Evil has seen a drastic shift in direction and genre. The early entries were more about atmospheric horror alongside some comedic moments, and thankfully…

No Man’s Sky NEXT Review

No hope. Let’s be straight clear on this: No Man’s Sky was and probably still is a modern commercial failure. It is a shining example of either the falsity of advertising, the unstoppable force of corporation crushing the small company…

Dragon’s Crown Pro Review

Step aside peasants! There’s a new law in Hydeland and she’s got a bust that could knock out even the toughest of dragons. Along with her… big booty friend the Amazon, the Elf that’s as flat as a plank as…

TERA CONSOLE: Going back to the Roots

The dark secret hidden behind TERA is undoubtedly the very core of the hate people are getting before and even now that it’s on home consoles. The Master Race, Elin, is that one race that has got people losing their…

CHUCHEL Review

Over the past couple of days, I’ve been replaying all of Amanita Design’s games and I do have to say that my brain kind of got tired from thinking all the time, even with all the cheating going on… But…

Masters of Anima Review

Those who know me well will know that I spent much of my early teens playing primarily RTS games. I spent more hours than I would care to admit playing Warhammer 40K: Dawn of War and loved having a variety…

Life is Strange: Before the Storm – A Farewell Review

To be fair, if I have to judge by everything that happened during the two games and the only 2 important events that didn’t really get screen time, the contents of this episode were very predictable. That, however, does not…

The Council – Episode 1: The Mad Ones Review

Being an avid and frequent surveyor of the narrative adventure plain, very little takes me by surprise these days.  Usually just relying on a strong and engaging narrative is enough to quench my thirst, but the more narratives I interact…