Luna: The Shadow Dust – Review

Luna: The Shadow Dust developed by Lantern Studios is a hand animated, point and click, puzzle adventure. If you’re a fan of unique artistic animation or puzzle games you have found the perfect game to add to your collection. Every aspect of this game is beautifully animated and constructed to

Valnir Rok – Review

Valnir Rok is an indie game developed by Encurio and is currently in early access. I normally find it hard to review games when this has to be kept in mind, however this is unfortunately the standard I have to abide by, as I cannot accurately review what a product

Zombie Army 4: Dead War – Review

In most shooter games, I’ll play as a sniper. I like finding a position, lining up that perfect shot and pulling the trigger. The sense of pride I get when I watch that player hundreds of meters away drop to the ground is incredible. Even more so when an entire

Disintegration: Technical Beta – Hands On

Every year there are a few games that sneak under the radar, with developers keeping them relatively quiet until they’re just about ready to drop the BETA. A small announcement here, a character design leak there; nothing really solid until one day, a code slides across your desk. For me,

7th Sector – Review

With Cyberpunk delayed till later in 2020, how, oh how was I going to get my futuristic fix? Now, while ‘7th Sector’ by Носков Сергей isn’t the RPG I am frothing to get my hands on, this side scroller puzzler, now available on console from Steam, will certainly slay that

Bookbound Brigade – Review

Bookbound Brigade, a game by developed by Digital Tales USA and published by Intragames, is not a new genre but a new take on the classic Metroid and ‘Castlevania’ of old. The new term is a mixture; Metroidvania. Bookbound Brigade is a beautiful, 2D side scroller full of imaginative worlds

Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot – Review

Since the very first manga titled ‘Dragon Ball’ by Akira Toriyama, released all the way back in 1984, the Dragon Ball franchise has seen many adaptations from the highly successful and multiple anime series, to video games in various genres and on various consoles. Now we have movies, action figures,

Coffee Talk – Review

Coffee Talk is a simulation game by Toge Productions, a company known for their pixel art style and simulation games. Coffee Talk is no exception from this, you create your own name but essentially you are the owner of a nightlife coffee shop in Seattle. Your clientele are a range

Journey To The Savage Planet – Review

Welcome from Kindred Aerospace! Kindred Aerospace, where you are one of many chosen for the Pioneer Program as a “trained space explorer”. It is your job to explore planets that have been deemed habitable for human colonies by Kindred. You’ve been sent on an expedition from Earth to Planet AR-Y

Stories Untold – Review

Ever felt like you have lost control of your own consciousness, like someone is steering you in a direction like a puppet on some strings? Just me, ok. Sometimes life feels like we are in the car, but not necessarily steering the wheel, that is what ‘Stories Untold’, the debut

Potata – Review

Potata by the Indie studio of the same name Potata, is an adorable, side scroller platformer game, and although not complex, this game will challenge you with its jump sequences and puzzles. You will be tested in a skill of wit to figure out who is actually a friend and

Unfamiliar – Review

Cats are interesting animals. For the most part, they are graceful and elegant, constantly curious of the world around them. Other times they can be extremely lazy and hilariously clumsy. One thing all cats have in common however, is the air of superiority they maintain, believing they are above everything

Ice Age Scrat’s Nutty Adventure – Review

Here I am, back again with another review, this time with Ice Age: Scrat’s Nutty Adventure. Based on the Ice Age’s movie character Scrat, the often unlucky saber-toothed squirrel now has an adventure in his own video game by Just Add Water studios and Outright Games. Now, often movie games

STAR OCEAN First Departure R – Review

Star Ocean: First Departure R is an RPG developed by Tri-Ace and published by Square Enix and is a remaster of the original ‘First Departure’ that was originally released in Japan only, under then motif ‘Star Ocean’. In the ‘Star Ocean’ series there are five games, with three spin off

My Friend Pedro (Xbox One) – Review

Blood. Bullets. Bananas? My Friend Pedro by Devolver Digital is back, this time available on Xbox AND in the Game Pass, and we couldn’t be more excited. This kick arse, twin stick, third person shooter is a cracking good time and it’s fabulous to see it now released on my

GTFO: Early Access – Hands On Preview

GTFO! Words that will frequent your gameplay thanks to the terrifying atmosphere of this new first person shooter come survival horror cooperative game. In a game where playing alone means certain death, you’ll want to heed the creators warning and play cooperatively with 3 of your friends. Even then, this

Jumanji: The Video Game – Review

Where do I start. What started off as a well respected movie by adults and children alike, followed in the footsteps of many cherished movies with a rebooted; updated for newer audiences with a few tweaks to keep up with the times. Evolving from a movie about a board game,

Darksiders Genesis – Review

Given I predominantly play on XBOX, and until recently my game of choice was the likes of Grand Theft Auto, I never really bothered with the likes of God of War. My girlfriend at the time however, was very much into that style of game, so it was only natural

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

SaGa Scarlet Grace: Ambitions – Review

Well, Square Enix has done it again: releasing another one of their classic catalogue games, pumping it out in full HD and allowing us to enjoy and reminisce about the beloved characters, locations and moments that have made the SaGa series last over 25 years! SaGa: Scarlet Grace: Ambitions is

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

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