All Reviews

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Breathedge – Review

There’s an old saying that goes: “Never judge a book by its cover”. I’m sure you’ve heard that line before, right? If not, it basically means appearances can be deceiving. Well, the cover art for this game is definitely deceiving. You may be hindered by the image of an astronaut

7

UnderMine – Review

Welcome to UnderMine. Come visit the wonderful Delvemore mine, where gold is a plenty and death is a certainty! If you are searching for your next classically inspired, rouge-like, dungeon diver then Thorium Entertainment has you covered. Undermine, originally release into early access 2019, has since, officially released on PC,

5

Ashes – Review

Now to start this off, this is my first PC review. I’m slowly learning the enjoyment that is associated with PC gaming despite leaving some of my team behind. Sorry but not sorry. ‘Ashes’ is a first-person narrative with melee combat game released back in 2018 and developed and published

8

Nova Drift – Review

This space shooter is like no other. While drifting through the dark depths of space, defeating enemies, and leveling up, you find yourself getting new upgrades for your ship and building complex vehicles of mass destruction. ‘Nova drift’ is an arcade-styled, rogue-like, space shooter developed by Chimeric and published by

7.5

Mutropolis – Review

It is the year 5000 and Earth has been lost to a cataclysmic event whilst humanity fled to the safety of other planets… how’s that for an introduction! Developers Pirita Studios (Beatriz Gascon & Juan Pablo Gonzalez), alongside publisher Application Systems Heidelberg, bring about this new point and click adventure/mystery

9

Little Nightmares II – Review

When was the last time you felt like you couldn’t escape from a dream? Even after you had awoken, the remnants of emotions you felt still influenced your mood and perception of the world. That’s how I felt once I had finished Little Nightmares 2; a flood of emotions tastefully

8

Nioh 2: The Complete Edition – Review

There’s a lot to talk about when it comes to Nioh 2. Developed by Koei Tecmo Games Co. LTD, this eastern-fantasy, Dark Souls-like JRPG has all the things you’d expect from an action RPG. You’ll have all the options you could ever want when you build your character, and from

8

Skater XL – Review

Published and developed by Easy Day Studios PTY LTD, Skater XL is in a school of its own and is a solid simulator compared to Tony Hawk, or the Skate series. Upon starting, players will have a tutorial that teaches the basics of movement and how each thumbstick works to

4

Divinest Light – Review

Divinest light is an atmospheric, puzzle platformer developed and published by Gleb Mirolyubov. You guide a child of light across a monochromatic world in search of redemption. Having been thrown down to Earth by the divine light, you must travel across the land to uncover secrets and fulfill your purpose,

10

Olija – Review

OLIJA may sound like a strange name to some, but it’s the latest game from Publishers Devolver Digital and Developers Skeleton Crew Studio and Thomas Olsson. Out now on Nintendo Switch, Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC, OLIJA kicks off 2021 in a good direction as this single-player platform action

6.5

Gods Will Fall – Review

Gods will definitely fall, just not as fast as you’d expect. Developed by Clever Beans and available on all platforms on Jan 29th, ‘Gods Will Fall’ is a single-player game with roguelike and dungeon-crawler feels put in a game that will certainly test your patience. Washed up on the golden

8

Skul: The Hero Slayer – Review

Waking up as a tiny, adorable skeleton nicknamed ‘Little Bone’, I was instantly charmed by the cute designs of this lovable character and that’s only where my love for this rogue-like, chaotic story began. ‘Skul: The Hero Slayer’ by SouthPAW Games, describes just what you need to do; defeat the

9

HITMAN 3 – Review

The latest installment of the HITMAN franchise is upon us. HITMAN 3 is out now and IO Interactive is labeling this as the end of the trilogy. HITMAN 3 begins right where HITMAN 2 finished off with Agent 47 and former colleague Lucas Grey getting ever so close to closing

7

Iris.Fall – Review

Iris.Fall, developed by NExT Studios, is a puzzle adventure game and is available on Xbox One, PS4, Switch, and PC. Iris.Fall places the players in the role of a little girl called Iris as she follows her cat into an abandoned theatre. This is when this rabbit hole of a

Olija – Preview

From Publishers Devolver Digital, Developers Skeleton Crew Studio and Thomas Olsson comes a game that, as the saying goes, only comes once in a blue moon. Going into 2021 on a great note, this game proves that you don’t need over-the-top high-tier graphics to bring a compelling and interesting world

9

Cyberpunk 2077 – Review

I don’t even know where to start. How do you introduce the most hyped, highly anticipated, and just insane game of the decade? Cyberpunk 2077, developed by CD Projekt Red is 8 years in development, 2 release date changes, and a butt load of controversy in the making and It

7

Chronos: Before The Ashes – Review

Surprise, I’m back with another review, this time it being Chronos: Before The Ashes, the sequel, or more the prequel to Remnant: From The Ashes, a hit game from 2019 which I played and very much enjoyed. Chronos: Before The Ashes is developed by Gunfire Games and THQ Nordic while

8

Haven – Review

Haven is a love story roleplaying adventure game made by The Game Bakers, makers of 2016 Furi, and is currently available on Nintendo Switch, PC, and both generations of Playstation and Xbox. It is also in the Gamepass for Xbox. Haven places the player in the roles of Yu and

7

Fallout 76: Steel Dawn – Review

Before we set foot in the Appalachian Wasteland, several factions roamed the lands. The first group we stumble across are the Responders, a faction formed from the remains of the Emergency Services eager to help the little man. We also find remnants of Raiders, ghouls, and simple farmers, and all

7

GUNPIG: Firepower For Hire – Review

Published and developed by LaPointe Joints, ‘GUNPIG: Firepower For Hire’ is a Sci-Fi, top-down, twin-stick, arcade-style shooter now available on Nintendo Switch. Players will take control of Bax, an alien pest control specialist and possibly the shortest mercenary in the galaxy, as they blast their way to clear out Stalwart

7

Ponpu – Review

Once upon a time.. in a galaxy far away.. there was a duck.. who similar to Bomberman had a game named after him… and that duck’s name was Ponpu! When looking at this game, my first thought was a mix of ‘Binding of Isaac’ and ‘Tamagotchi’ looking characters. Ponpu was

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