Matchpoint: Tennis Championships – Preview

Perfect for Tennis fans and sports fans alike, ‘Matchpoint: Tennis Championships: Legends Edition’ brings the world’s tennis champions for you to play as and compete against at home. From publishers, Kalypso Media and developers Torus Games, which have previously developed the Praetorians HD remastered, ‘Beast Quest’ and ‘Hotel Transylvania 3’,


Nanoleaf Lines – Review

Nanoleaf has come a long way since MKAU reviewed the Nanoleaf Canvas Squares all the way back in 2019. With the gaming industry booming, we have watched as the gaming community search for the ultimate look for their setup. As Nanoleaf has moved to the front of the competition in


Kao The Kangaroo – Review

I think somewhere in our storied gaming history, every one of us grew up with a favorite gaming mascot. Some stand-outs would have to be Crash Bandicoot, Sonic, Spyro, or Banjo Kazooie, while lesser, yet still formidable known heroes such as Gex or Croc, made a short but sweet appearance


Out There: Oceans Of Time – Review

Developed by Mi-Clos Studio, Out There: Oceans of Time is the successor to the award-winning Out There, and it brings you a roguelike space adventure with resource management and interactive fiction. Explore a vast galaxy that is different every time you play. You immerse yourself in the adventure of playing



Ah, the old survival Zombie games, basically its own game genre at this stage and one which quite frankly, has a seen a significant number try and fail. When I first laid eyes on the trailer for ‘Deadcraft’, however, a spark of hope ignited in me, thinking this could very

The Quarry (Hands-On) – Preview

In a time when explosive multiplayer games are all the hype, the story-driven games are taking a bit of a back seat. That’s not to say they don’t exist, but more often than not, the single-player is more of a bonus feature and quite often lacks a compelling story. Lately


Sniper Elite 5 – Review

Sniper Elite 5 is the latest installment from the team over at Rebellion. Set in Nazi-occupied France and taking place just before the events of D-Day, you once again play as Karl Fairburne, where he finds himself sneaking past the Atlantic Wall to rendezvous with the French Resistance. Sniper Elite


Sonority – Review

In today’s modern gaming world, certain genres of games seemingly have a popularity rotation and consistently pop in and out of mainstream attention. Oftentimes, we find first-person shooters to bombard our social media feeds and recommended videos. Sometimes it’s horror games that leave on-screen players and reviews leaping out of


Mini Motorways – Review

Mini Motorways is the second game created by Dinosaur Polo Club, a New Zealand-based studio working out of Wellington, and their first title Mini Metro was well-received by indie lovers. In Mini Motorways, you will build a road network and have the city booming with traffic. As you build your


Divination (Xbox Series X) – Review

Divination – Developed by Mojiken is a very short visual novel where you play as the Diviner, and tell people their future using ancient runes, you might say the future is in your hands. Trapped inside a room full of screens is a pair of hands that can predict the

MultiVersus (Closed Alpha) – Preview

Since 1999, Nintendo has been the pioneer of 2D platform fighting games, and it started with the legendary Super Smash Bros series. Many other franchises have attempted to make their own crossover game using the same gameplay style, such as PlayStation, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, and more, but none have come

Saints Row (Hands-Off) – Preview

We thought we’d seen the last of the 3rd Street Saints back in 2013, back when they had gained so much popularity that the boss had become the President of the United States, only to see the world destroyed by the alien Zin Empire. In a Matrix-like turn of events,


Seven Pirates H – Review

There are a group of fearless developers in the gaming industry, ones that aren’t afraid to push the boundary and release ecchi-inspired games. Felistella, known for multiple games of the fan service genre, has collaborated with publisher EastAsiaSoft to revive a PS Vita title for the Nintendo Switch. Seven Pirates

Marauders (Closed Alpha) – Preview

Marauder’s highly addictive and fun gameplay will have you climbing into an escape pod to breach an enemy ship in no time! I had so much fun over the last few days, flying ships, boarding enemy rustbuckets, and having intense close-quarters combat in either space stations or confined ships, I


Citizen Sleeper – Review

“Wake up sleeper!” yes, wake up Sleeper, your time is finally now. “Citizen Sleeper” developed by Jump Over the Age is a futuristic, sci-fi RPG with so much to offer from narrative to gameplay. If you are a fan of RNG outcomes and umm well the ‘Fifth Element’ well this


Peppy’s Adventure – Review

‘Peppy’s Adventure’ is a new, tile puzzle-based game created and published by Pepite Studios where you control Peppy, a bunny that set out to rescue its family from the evil foxes. The game is a puzzle game where you need to think out your moves ahead of time as there


Godlike Burger – Review

Have you ever wanted to be the best chef in the world but also serial kill people at the same time.. Yes? Well, this is the game for you. This game, developed by Liquid Pug is equally about building up the reputation of your restaurant but also killing as many


Wildcat Gun Machine – Review

Wildcat Gun Machine is the hell bullet dungeon game you never knew you needed. Featuring high-intensity arenas, boss battles, and music, shooting down abominations with over 40 weapons and special mech powers has never been so insane. Developed by Chunkybox Games and published by DAEDALIC Entertainment GmbH, this top-down, Roguelike


Trek To Yomi – Review

I have been waiting for a game to fill the samurai-shaped void that “Ghost of Tsushima” had left, and after having the chance to play “Trek to Yomi,” developed by Leonard Menchiari with Flying Wild Hog, I was left pleasantly satisfied. This side-scrolling, black and white katana-wielding adventure has so


Nintendo Switch Sports – Review

Nintendo has brought back the Sports series after the smash-hit Wii Sports released in 2006, but does Nintendo Switch Sports recapture the same flame after all these years? Nintendo Switch Sports has brought together a hub called the Spocco Square. This is the sports plaza where you can select from


Skábma – Snowfall – Review

Skábma – Snowfall is the latest 3rd person game I’ve played that has taken the non-violent approach in its gameplay and focused on bringing challenging game mechanics mixed with an intriguing and educational storyline. What makes Skábma – Snowfall stand apart from them is what the game represents, the story


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