Game Reviews

Another World 20th Anniversary Edition Review: Does it still hold up?

Another World 20th Anniversary Edition is the re-release of Delphine Software’s 1991 Platformer and adventure title, also known as Outer World in some areas. This updated 2011 edition comes with…

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: Duel Academy Review: Duel Monsters & School

Yu-Gi-Oh! GX: Duel Academy is the first video game of the Yu-Gi-Oh! GX series, and is based on the famous Yu-Gi-Oh! Trading Card Game. It was released by Konami for…

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The Walking Dead: A New Frontier – Spoiler Free Review

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier has just seen it’s last episode release, how does it stack up now the third season has come to a close? Back in April…

Rain World Review – The adventures of whatever a Slugcat is

Where do I start with giving a solid review for the game Rain World? How can I give you the reader, a fair assessment before you decide whether or not…

Beat Cop Review – 80’s Cop Point & Click Game

Beat cop is a indie point and click 2D game in which you are the new officer on the block. You run errands, solve crimes and write tickets… so many…

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One Life Review – Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (SNES)

3 of our bards have challenged themselves to see how many games they can complete on just one life in our new series ‘One Life Review’! Come check out how…

Mr Shifty Review

Mr Shifty. Hotline Miami with a twist…   Mr Shifty is a top down shooter game but without the guns. Published by Double Fine and developed by Team Shifty. You…

Domina Review

Domina, the management/roguelite gladiator management simulator with a cute pixel art style but still holding the gruesome atmosphere of the Roman traditions. Domina starts you off with a couple of…

Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 Review

15 years ago I was a snotty child, but the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai game series was also born. The Dragon Ball Z: Budokai game series was very important because…

Bioshock Remastered Collection: Infinite

Here it is my final entry in the Bioshock Collection Review of the third and last game in the series, Infinite. I played this game when it was originally released…

Lords of the Fallen, iOS Review

If you’ve played Infinity Blade, you’ve played Lords of the Fallen. Lords of the Fallen is a beat ’em style game that takes you from fight to fight using one…

Conan Exiles (Early-Access) Review

In Conan Exiles, you have been left to die in a barren wasteland.  Near death, you are visited by none other than the legendary Conan the Barbarian, who rescues you…

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Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

At E3 2014 Nintendo unveiled what was then simply known as The Legend of Zelda for Wii U in the form of a 4 minute video. The first half of…

Book Of Demons First Impressions

Disclaimer: This game is in early access so these opinions are at the time of playing Book Of Demons is an early access isometric, randomly generated dungeon crawler with deck…

Flywrench Review

Flywrench feels like an over ambitious flash game that got out of hand. In Flywrench you are tasked with many levels of difficult mazes. The challenge is to navigate through…

Defenders of Ekron Review

Defenders of Ekron is a mech based twin stick shooter that attempts to broaden the genre with a successful mixture of gameplay elements for a valiant first game developed by…

Rise & Shine Review

Rise & Shine is a comedic 2d shooter puzzler made by Adult Swim. So yeah a lot of jokes here. Rise & Shine follows Rise and his gun Shine who…

Stagehand Review

Stagehand is an irritatingly addictive Reverse-Platformer. So what is an Reverse-Platformer you might ask? Well I didn’t quite know myself until I gave Stagehand a go. Think Mario (Frank in…

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Kerbal Space Program Review

  I’d like to think that gaming has taught me a few things in my short but colourful life, but none quite so much as Squad studios debut outing with…

Resident Evil 7 Review

Horror has truly come home. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Capcom’s latest entry in the long-running Resident Evil series, is the experience that Resident Evil fans have been waiting for since…

Beholder Review

Beholder is a 2D “spy-on-your-tenants” simulator where you must look out for breaks in the rules that are set by a corrupt government. The main protagonist, Carl Steiner is put…

The Kindred Review

The Kindred is an early access creative sandbox survival game where you try to upstart a civilisation from the bare essentials. Most of you will look at this and think…

Shenmue Retrospective

The Sega Dreamcast: quite possibly the most underrated, misunderstood console of all time. A labour of love and the company’s last bastion in the home console wars. Has it really…

F.E.A.R. Retrospective

First Encounter Assault Recon; so much more than a cool acronym; in late 2005 it was the only thing I could talk about. Allow me to paint a picture; it’s…

Virtua Fighter 2 Retrospective

Hands up who remembers the Sega Saturn? Now hands up who actually bought the Sega Saturn? Didn’t think so. Back in 1995 there was the release of a (at the time) little known…

Bioshock Remastered Collection Part 2 Review

After a little life break I am back for my Bioshock remastered collection review. Bioshock 2 a game where you get to play as the iconic Big Daddy. Patrolling the…

WCW/NWO Revenge Retrospective

The Ultra 64 (or as the majority of you will know it, the Nintendo 64); what a piece of hardware! Four controller ports, acute loading times, smooth graphics and Mario…

Final Fantasy XV Review

‘A Final Fantasy for fans and first timers’   Final Fantasy XV is the billionth final fantasy in its everlasting franchise and I have only now decided to jump in….

Devil May Cry Retrospective

This one…this one’s a big one. Devil May Cry; ‘DMC’, the daddy of the third-person action/adventure genre. Such an effortlessly cool game; no fancy game modes where you face wave…

Project Gotham Racing Retrospective

Driving; it’s a fundamental part of our human development. When traversing the pitfalls of the teenage years our lives are structured towards three simple goals; finishing school, having intercourse and…

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