Gun Gun Pixies Review

Gun Gun Pixies from, PQube, Idea Factory International and Compile Heart is a slight departure from what we’re used to. The developers have gone the lewd route this time around and have created a third person shooter with a strong…

Heave Ho Review

Heave Ho is a wonderful little game by Le Cartel Studio, who have only released 1 other game on steam so far, Mother Russia Bleeds. Set as a combination of Mount Your Friends and LittleBigPlanet, Heave Ho has you grip…

Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition Review – A game that everyone needs to experience

Bulletstorm is a game that when it was released was the kind of crazy shooter action that not many games actually had, it was a game that put humour and gameplay first, then the story, and even then, the story…

The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors Review

The Ninja Warriors was released way back in 1987 as an arcade cabinet game by Taito. This arcade game made its way to the Super Famicom as The Ninja Warriors Again in 1994 and now we have the third version…

Astral Chain Review – Platinum Games Have done us Proud

Astral Chain was on my list when I first saw the game in a Nintendo Direct, I think my exact words were “WoW, this game looks impressive and fun, this game is a must-have for me“. The game is directed…

Spyro Reignited Trilogy Review

 “The perfect video game for entry-level gamers… some kind of magic.” From 1998 to 2000, Spyro the Dragon reigned supreme on the PlayStation. Indeed, Spyro the Dragon and its immediate follow-ups were an indomitable staple of my gaming youth. Therefore,…

Yu-Gi-Oh! Legacy of the Duelist Review

Ever since I was very young, I have been an enthusiast of various CCGs. Like many of my age, my childhood revolved around various series’ imported from Japan; Pokemon, Digimon, Yugioh, Dragonball to name but a few. However, whilst my…

Bad North Review

A game about Vikings has to be pretty brutal right? Well, Bad North does have volumes of violence but its implementation is not overly excessive. Bad North is a minimalistic real time strategy game by developer Plausible Concepts and publisher…

RAD Review

RAD is a new roguelike game with the 80’s aesthetic dialled all the way up. Developed by Double Fine Productions and published by Bandai Namco, RAD is a stylish and challenging experience that does a fair amount right, but also…

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden Review

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden first hit my view back in February of 2018 with a fancy Cinematic trailer. While this trailer was wholly overselling the product, even seemingly showing itself as more of a Survival game, the final…