Lapis x Labyrinth Review

Lapis x Labyrinth from NIS released on May 31 2019 and with a tagline that reads “Stack, raid, get PAID”, it definitely piqued our interest. The game makes extensive use of hack and slash dungeon craw…

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 …

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 alongsid…

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 plan…

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 va…