Last Stop Review

From its simple yet pleasing menu design to its bonkers and heartfelt story, ‘Last Stop’ brings a fresh feel to a video game market that has become over saturated with reboots, remakes and sequels. What do I mean by this…

Cris Tales Review

Ever wonder how a player’s actions in a video game can alter the future of the characters living within? Consider for a moment that these game worlds don’t just end on the spot. We’ll see the immediate effects up until…

Warhammer Age of Sigmar Stormground Review

You cannot go a day without hearing about yet another Warhammer licensed game in the development of being released with barely any notice. Game Workshop has taken a more is more approach to licensing their incredibly popular tabletop war games…

Watch Dogs Legion Bloodline DLC Review

Unlike previous titles in the series, Watch Dogs: Legion is one that never had a central protagonist, to begin with. Here, you’re kind of thrown into a game that skips the entire world-building process that was centred with maybe a…

Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection Xbox Review

Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection is both a showcase of how versatile the RE Engine is and a reminder of how far we’ve come on home consoles. There’s no doubt it’s a fantastic remake – and I think there’s more than…

Assassins Creed Valhalla Wrath of the Druids Review

Valhalla is a huge game. I’m sure that Ubi has all the stats, but if even 20% of players across all platforms completed the main campaign I would be amazed. Add in the numerous side quests, mini-games, and exploration options…

Battle Axe Review

Battle Axe – developed by Bitmap Bureau and published by Numskull – is an arcade-style, isometric hack-and-slash that is retro to a fault. It seeks to emulate both the gameplay and aesthetics of the 16-bit era and succeeds with aplomb.…

Biomutant Review – The Loot-Driven Open World Experience

Biomutant pretty much needs no introduction. It’s easily one of the biggest games I’ve been excited for in a long while. And despite being a bit rough around the edges, it’s one game that speaks in volumes for its gorgeous…

King of Seas Review

Ever wanted to be a swashbuckling Pirate Captain? Ever wanted to sail the Seven Seas and bring a reign of terror to merchant and Navy ships alike? Well, King of Seas is the game for you if that is something…

Hood Outlaws & Legends Review

I was instantly drawn to this game the minute I saw the trailer, a game that was set in medieval times, had you use bows and swords for combat and with a splash of Assassins Creed thrown in. On paper,…