Lara Croft GO Review

“Lara Croft GO is everything you love about Tomb Raider, but with a casual puzzler at its core.” Lara Croft is the most iconic heroine ever to come out of Square Enix, if not gaming as a whole. Having graced…

Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunters Daybreak: Special Gigs Review

Once more I am called upon to review a game that’s title was clearly made in a freak Boggle and Lawnmower accident. Once more into the breach I go. You all read the title so from this point on the…

Superdimension Neptune VS Sega Hard Girls Review

Hyperdimension games have gone from a no name brand, to quite a large following of late, mostly due to its very anime style RPG antics, but also a style that a lot of gamers seem to enjoy, plus lots of…

Yomawari: Night Alone Review

This is the first time I’ve played a game and been hooked right from the start, now it’s been a while since I’ve played a 2D adventure game, mostly because a good majority of the ones created these days are…

Dragon Quest Builders Review

Dragon Quest Builders is a sandbox roleplaying game developed by Square Enix Business Division 5, following the Builder on his quest to quell the darkness that plagues the land of Alefgard. You are the only person with the ability to…

World of Final Fantasy Review

As some of you are probably already know (if you’ve read my biography or we’ve shared a pint before) I’m a major fan of the Final Fantasy franchise, it’s even got to a scary point where I can’t genuinely distinguish…

Criminal Girls 2: Party Favors Review

Niches in gaming are somewhat of a paradox, in the sense that their following is becoming so large that they almost cannot be described as a niche anymore, yet it would be wrong to refer to them as anything else.…

Psycho-Pass Mandatory Happiness Review

Psycho-Pass Mandatory Happiness is a Visual Novel developed by 5pb. Who have developed similar visual novel games including Steins; Gate. Following along with 2 new characters introduced into the world of Psycho-Pass you will be taking on the role of…

God Eater Resurrection Review

The gaming industry is always getting bigger around the world, and being from a small country like Malta, few better than myself can describe the rising phenomenon of games. In Japan, although it is well established as a Mecca for…

MEIQ: LABYRINTH OF DEATH Review

Mei Q is a game that needed a bit more. In pretty much every category I can think of, it needed just a little more. It needed more exploration of its setting, it needed more fully realised characters, it needed…