All Reviews


Dead Space (Xbox Series X) – Review

The original Dead Space came out back in 2008 and instantly became one of my all-time favourite games. Even today, this science-fiction horror masterpiece still holds up, so when Motive and Electronic Arts announced a “Remake”, I was beyond excited to see what they would do with it. For those


Chasing Static (Xbox Series X) – Review

Chasing Static is a first-person horror game inspired by 80’s Horror Sci-Fi. Developed by Headware games and published by Ratalaika Games, it is a game coming from the Haunted PS1, which serves as a demo for various developers to share their work with other developers, and fans of horror games


Breakers Collection (Xbox Series X) – Review

The 90s was an era that helped define the arcade scene and fighting game genre. Amongst all the Street Fighters, Mortal Kombats, Tekkens, King of Fighters, and more, were also a handful of lesser-known, obscure fighters that often imitated, or took inspiration from the more successful and established titles. One


High On Life – Review

Squanch Games has brought us their first title. From the glorious mind of Justin Roiland, one of the co-creators of the award-winning TV series, Rick & Morty, comes High On Life, which is available from day one on Xbox Game Pass, or, if you don’t have Game Pass, you can


Hello Neighbor 2 – Review

Developed by Eerie Games and Tiny Build, and published by Tiny Build, Hello Neighbour 2 is a stealth-based puzzle game with a small element of horror. You play as a member of the press that was looking into the disappearance of local children and happen to drive past the house


The Callisto Protocol – Review

I loved the Dead Space games, and when I heard the co-creator was the director of a new game I was instantly excited. I watched a single trailer for the game, said to myself “I need this” and then patiently waited for the release. With it finally here, I got


Garfield Lasagna Party – Review

Developed by Balio Studios, Garfield Lasagna Party includes 32 mini-games to enjoy with family, friends, and even by yourself against the AI. Set across symbolic environments such as Garfield’s house, the pizzeria, Liz’s Veterinary Clinic, and much more, join in on the fun with our friends Garfield, Odie, Arlene, and


Evil West (Xbox Series X) – Review

Evil West, by Flying Wild Hog, the developer best known for the Shadow Warrior series, is a third-person brawler style game set in a 19th-century supernatural steampunk-inspired version of the United States which is under attack by a vampire threat known as the “Sanguisuge.” You play the role of Jesse


Miraculous: Rise Of The Sphinx – Review

Published by GameMill Entertainment and developed by Magic Pockets, Miraculous: Rise of the Sphinx is the latest video game adaptation based on the popular French animated children’s show, Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir. The show debuted in 2015 and has been going strong ever since, with more than


Somerville (Xbox Series X) – Review

Mystery. An air of mystery goes a long way for me in a game. There is something about diving into the unknown to solve mysteries with great consequences and winding trials. ‘Somerville’ developed by JumpShip, while dark and mysterious, answers none of my lingering questions at its conclusion. Without giving


Goat Simulator 3 – Review

Baa, baaa. BAAAAA!!! Oh, sorry, I forgot I’m not actually a goat. These simulators aren’t always the most realistic, but this one sure is a lot of fun and easy to get lost in for hours on end. Developed by Coffee Stain North, Goat Simulator 3, AKA the 2nd one…


Pentiment (Xbox Series X) – Review

Pentiment is the upcoming title from Microsoft and Obsidian Entertainment and is a historical narrative adventure game. Players will find themselves engaged with the story and hooked on the characters they will meet as they play. Coming November 15th, It will be available through the Steam store, as well as


Them’s Fightin’ Herds – Review

Them’s Fightin Herds, by Mane 6, Inc. is the biggest ‘don’t judge a book by its cover’ game I have played all year, and I loved it. Masking itself as a cutesy animal adventure, and it somewhat is, this is, in fact, a fighting title that certainly brings the heat.


Cobra Kai 2: Dojos Rising – Review

Flux Game Studio has, for the second time, brought back a family-known name with Cobra Kai 2: Dojo’s Rising. This is the second game released with this title, the first being Cobra Kai: The Karate Kid Saga Continues, back in 2020 from the same developer. It’s based on the characters


Sonic Frontiers – Review

Since 1991, everyone’s favourite hedgehog has been cruising around at the speed of sound across SEGA’s entire console history, all the way to modern consoles. Taking over for ‘Alex Kidd’, Sonic has been the face of SEGA and a pop culture icon for over 30 years. His early games made


The Chant (Xbox Series X) – Review

First-time developers, Brass Token, are a small team with a big dream, and with publishers, Prime Matter and Plaion backing them, they have released their first title, The Chant. This third-person, horror-action-adventure game sets to test your mental fortitude when it comes to surviving on an isolated island when things


Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova – Review

Inviting a younger audience into such a large franchise with a game is always good, and Star Trek Prodigy: Supernova is just that, so welcome to the Star Trek universe, little ones, but hey, that’s not to discourage older fans. You might just find something in this game for you


Gotham Knights – Review

I think it’s safe to say, and many would agree, that the Batman: Arkham series, by Rocksteady, set the bar pretty high with its storytelling and gameplay mechanics. So when Warner Bros announced Gotham Knights, developed by WB Games Montreal, I was pretty excited to see what they had in


Dragonball: The Breakers – Review

There are many generation-defining moments in pop culture, and a universal moment in history was seeing Goku turn Super Saiyan for the first time. The lead-up to this very moment was following the ultimate bad guy at the time, Frieza, as he terrorised the people of Namek. The fear that


No More Heroes III – Review

Travis Touchdown, the loser with a love for magical girl anime, pro wrestling, and all things pop culture, is back with his latest adventure of wild and epic proportions, No More Heroes III, published by Xseed Games, and developed by Grasshopper Manufacture. Originally released in 2021 exclusively on Nintendo Switch,


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