Category : Reviews

News / Reviews - 1 week ago

Song of Horror Review

When it comes to atmosphere, there are very few horror games in recent years that have managed to capture and instil such trepidation as effectively as Protocol Games has here. One of the best elements is that it doesn’t rely heavily on jump scares,...

News / Reviews - 1 week ago

Anno: History Edition Review

What happens in the past no longer stays in the past: It rises again to render itself obsolete Rewriting history isn’t as bad as it sounds. Sure, you could be erasing voices and cultures from pseudo-existence with a mere swish of a pen, but isn’t de...

News / Reviews - 1 week ago

Party Pumper Review

While there are quite a number of incredible and memorable audio-visual experiences in the VR space, Party Pumper feels a little late to the party. This DJ simulator has some neat little tricks up its sleeves, but ultimately produces a fairly basic...

News / Reviews - 1 week ago

The Almost Gone Review

The Almost Gone puts you in the shoes of a young girl as she revisits memories of her life while teetering on the in-between of life and death. You are tasked with exploring these memories of the past, not only to reveal the dark untold secrets plag...

News / Reviews - 2 weeks ago

The Outer Worlds (Switch) Review

The appeal of having The Outer Worlds on the go isn’t enough to ignore the glaring performance issues that plague this version I have this dreadful habit where I’ll play 30 minutes of a games, love it, tell myself that I’ll play heaps of it and then...

News / Reviews - 2 weeks ago

Disintegration Multiplayer Review

Editor's Note: This review is only for the multiplayer side of Disintegration. Check out the Disintegration single-player review for our thoughts on the campaign, and check back for our final overall review soon. At the metal heart of Disintegration...

News / Reviews - 2 weeks ago

Wildfire Review

Controlling the elements and creeping on enemies combine to create a wonderfully unique experience Fire is our oldest friend. Since you and I were simple pre-historic primates, the taming of the flame has provided us with orange warmth, light and pr...

News / Reviews - 3 weeks ago

Beyond Blue Review

While it isn't nearly as deep or fluid as the ocean that it's set in, Beyond Blue is a chill and easy-going way to wind down in the deep blue sea Sometimes simple is best. As much as I’ll always be on board for the next big AAA action game or time-s...

News / Reviews - 3 weeks ago

Desperados III Review

The 16 missions are visually and thematically distinct and help sell the Western setting well. On your quest for revenge you’ll be taking part in such classic Western capers as crashing a wedding, hijacking a train, breaking into/out of of jails, su...

News / Reviews - 3 weeks ago

Command & Conquer Remastered Collection Review

The good news is that Command & Conquer is just how you remember it. The bad news is that Command & Conquer is just how you remember it. A remaster of the game that defined the RTS a quarter of a century ago was always going to feel dated....

News / Reviews - 3 weeks ago

The Last of Us Part II Review

When it comes to the story of TLOU2 – the beating heart of the game – there’s a lot to unpack. Driven by emotion, it’s complex with many moving parts, each with their own place in the world. For the benefit of the player there’s a lot we can’t talk...

News / Reviews - 3 weeks ago

Disintegration Review

The gameplay puts the player into the saddle of something called a ‘Gravcycle’, a futuristic hover-bike thing that is one part podracer, one part motorcycle and two parts weapons platform. While it does not actually fly per se, you can maintain an a...

News / Reviews - 1 month ago

Shantae and the Seven Sirens Review

I say it time and time again, I am a huge sucker for metroidvania/platformers. They are my gaming equivalent to comfort food, and I can’t help gobble each one up as they pass me by. Shantae and the Seven Sirens, the fifth entry in the Shantae serie...

News / Reviews - 1 month ago

Aeronautica Imperialis: Flight Command Review

Working within the 3D space of the game takes some getting used to. Selecting your pilot (and their aircraft) is simple enough, however the act of actually executing a particular action takes some figuring out. It is simple enough to click and drag...

News / Reviews - 1 month ago

The Hand of Glory Part One Review

Set in the Florida tropics of Miami (the American Gold Coast), THOG follows the story of slumping detective Lazarus Bundy, who has been hot on the heels of a serial killer known as Blowtorch for some time – being teasingly at arm’s lengths thanks to...