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Dungeons 3: Complete Collection – Review

Dungeons III launched way back in 2017 but now we’ve got the release of Dungeons III: Complete Collection. Developed by Realmforge Studios and published by Kalypso Media, Dungeons III: Complete Collection is a dungeon building real-time strategy game. The complete collection comes with the base game and all DLC. That’s

4.5

F1 2020 – Review

The official video game of the Formula 1 is here with its latest instalment from the wonderful team at Codemasters. If you’re not familiar with their work, it’s safe to say we’re in for a great ride. Starting off I was greeted at the main menu with a lot of

4.5

Do Not Feed The Monkeys – Review

Published by Alowar Premium and developed by Fictiorama Studios, Do Not Feed the Monkeys is voyeurism simulator that puts players in the shoes of a spy who monitors various live video feeds through an in-game desktop computer. Players will have to observe the actions and behaviours and listen to conversations

HammerHelm – Preview

Who doesn’t love to live above ground with the sun on their face and wind in their hair? While the dwarves of HammerHelm normally live in mountains, they are about to have that chance. As their leader, you guide them to establish their home and create prosperity. Complete quests, craft

3

Aqua Lungers – Review

Aqua Lungers is a cute little 2D action game, published and developed by WarpCore Studios, and while it was originally released on PC, the game has made its way to Nintendo Switch. Aqua Lungers can be played alone, with the player racing to collect gold from the monsters of the

5

KartRider: Drift (Closed BETA 2) – Review

Well, here we are again! We’ve opted in and are experiencing the second wave of Beta release for KartRider: Drift! Let’s see what’s new on this installment. GAMEPLAY Round two of the BETA has dropped KartRider: Drift with a ton of new and improved content! Arguably, one of the best

3.5

Total Tank Simulator – Review

Growing up, every person surely had this experience: Either your relative, neighbour, friend or that kid you were forced to sit and play with at play time had this basic, run of the mill, army kit. The kit was flooded with green army men, all of which were holding various

5

Moving Out – Review

Published by Team 17 Digital Limited, Moving Out is a game developed by SMG Studio and DEVM Games, an adorable moving simulator tests both your patience and your understanding of physics. You are tasked with helping the people of Packmore move out of their homes. You are the newest member

4.5

MotoGP 20 – Review

Another year, another installment. Like so many sports gaming franchises, we see yet another edition to MotoGP developed and published by the talented team at Milestone SLR. I was the chosen one who got to experience MotoGP 19. It’s been almost a year and my taste in games hasn’t changed,

4

Animal Crossing: New Horizons – Review

Animal Crossing: New Horizons is a life simulation game from Nintendo EPD made for the Nintendo Switch. This 3D real-time life simulation series has been around since the early 2000s, featuring adorable gameplay and characters to fall in love with. I have been looking forward to trying this game for

3

Horizon Chase Turbo – Review

No stranger to racing games, I’m back with another review this time with ‘Horizon Chase Turbo’ developed and published by Brazilian Company, Aquiris Game Studio. Instantly I felt a wave of nostalgia wash over me (being a product of the 80’s) as I started this bad boy up. Now its

4

Two Point Hospital – Review

We’ve all played it. Growing up it was the normal thing to do. Imaginative little boys and girls, all playing pretend. Putting on a plastic stethoscope and holding it to the chest of your patient before making up some fake illness that the Doctor had to treat. Usually swallowing a

5

Rune Factory 4 Special – Review

Rune Factory 4 Special is a beautiful game developed by Marvelous Inc, Neverland and Hakama Inc and Published by XSEED games and Marvelous Inc. Previously released on Nintendo DS, this is a remake and upgrade for the famously modern handheld equivalent; the Nintendo Switch. Rare is it; a game can

4

Transport Fever 2 – Review

Published by Good Shepherd Entertainment and developed by Urban Games, I present to you, Transport Fever 2. A transport simulator game; it is visually fantastic and dives deep into what transport truly was like from the 1850’s all the way to present day, developing an understanding of what had to

4

KartRider: Drift Closed BETA – Review

One of the world’s most active party game genre has to be that of the racing simulator. From the glory days of Mario Kart to the updated style of Crash Team Racing & Need For Speed, there’s something about gathering all together in the living room and racing each and

2.5

Race With Ryan – Review

I would like to firstly illiterate, this is very much a kid’s game, and while I wasn’t stoked to review it, I will look at it through that lense because I can’t imagine any grown arse adult wanting to own this. ‘Race with Ryan’ is just like the title suggests,

4.5

Need For Speed Heat – Review

I think it’s fair to say that the past couple of Need for Speed games haven’t really felt like they’ve lived up to the older games in the franchise. Personally, I loved the days of Underground, Most Wanted and Carbon, so when EA announced Heat, my eyes lit up and

3

Asphalt 9: Legends – Review

Asphalt 9: Legends developed by GamesLoft is a high octane, racing game that was released on Android, IOS and PC in 2018, but has now been newly release on the Nintendo Switch. The Switch version coming free to download, offers DLC bundles for $19.99. I will say this openly and

4

GRID – Review

GRID, it’s back and ready to burn some rubber. Developed and published by CODEMASTERS, GRID is the fourth iteration in the GRID series intended to be a reboot to the franchise and bring together fans new and old. I haven’t played a GRID game in a long time and it

4.5

FIFA 20 – Review

Every year, year on year, there is always that list of things you can count on to return. Christmas time, Tax time, the dreaded flu season and of course the flurry of sports games on our consoles and computers. Of course, there are those FPS games too, but they do

3.5

NBA2K20 – Review

It is no secret that I am not a fan of sporting games. I still maintain that if you want to play basketball, soccer, hockey or anything else that I have yet to mention, that you go out and actually play the real sport. Now, I understand that only a

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