Team Sonic Racing Review

Despite being pretty dated, I still have a fondness for and have recently played Sonic & All-Stars Racing: Transformed. It's a game which has...
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Pathway Review

Chucklefish’s new adventure game, Pathway, is like the lovechild of D&D, Darkest Dungeon, and Cannon Fodder. Any explorer at heart will adore the nostalgic...
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A Plague Tale: Innocence Review

A Plague Tale: Innocence is one of those games that came out of nowhere but has completely blown me away. Having overlooked Asobo Studio's...

Blast Zone! Tournament Review

It's not a rare thing for a game to wear its inspirations on its sleeve. Inspiration is a great motivator, and there isn't necessarily...
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Atelier Lulua: The Scion of Arland Review

It's been close to ten years since the Arland trilogy of Gust's Atelier franchise concluded. Comprising Atelier Rorona, Atelier Totori, and Atelier Meruru, the...
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American Fugitive Review

I remember the first time I ever stepped foot into the world of Grand Theft Auto. It was in the late nineties and I'd discovered that magazines offered demo discs with games loaded on them. It was only a short snippet of the game, but its top-down free-for-all aesthetic had me hooked. Now, some 22 years later the GTA series has evolved into something we couldn't have possibly imagined back in the nineties, but I'm still incredibly fond of that top-down perspective of the early titles in the series.
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RAGE 2 Review

Having missed out on the first RAGE game, I'll admit that I went into RAGE 2 with fresh eyes. From the trailers I'd seen,...
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LEGO Marvel Collection Review

The LEGO video game franchise hasn't changed all that much over the years, and why should it? It's a formula that works, albeit a...

Tales of the Neon Sea Review

Tales of the Neon Sea is a classic 2D side scroller packed with cyberpunk goodness. Created by Palm Pioneer, this strange and wacky world...

Tannenberg Review

Tannenberg follows on from its predecessor Verdun, bringing the focus to the Eastern Front of the First World War. While Verdun brought us a...

Cuphead (NS) Review

My video gaming experience growing up was mostly playing platformers on Nintendo consoles that I couldn't beat. I would usually have friends come over...

Giga Wrecker Alt. Review

I can't help but sympathise with Game Freak. As beloved and acclaimed as the Pokémon franchise is, it must get awfully dull developing for...

Sniper Elite V2 Remastered (NS) Review

With Sniper Elite V2 Remastered developers Rebellion are bringing the 2012 title to current gen consoles including the Nintendo Switch. Pick up your rifle...

Bow to Blood Review

The airship has been a part of many fantastical worlds for decades, whether it be in video games or cinema. A lot of people...
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Deponia (NS) Review

Deponia is the first in a series of four games that were initially produced in Germany for the PC and has since rightfully earned...

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