Professor Lupo and His Horrible Pets- Switch Review

Professor Lupo and His Horrible Pets is an interesting, love/hate type of puzzle game. Its horrid creations are beyond creative and evoke a familiar...

A.O.T. 2: Final Battle Review

I've been a fan of developer Omega Force since I first started playing their Dynasty Warriors franchise in the early 2000s. As much as...

Super Mario Maker 2 Review

There are three core elements that need to be broken down when talking about Super Mario Maker 2. Luckily, for me, every one of...

Another Sight Review

Another Sight is a title by Milanese Developer Lunar Great Wall Studios that combines the allure of Steampunk London with an Alice in Wonderland...

Terraria Switch Review

I've never been one for Minecraft or Stardew Valley type games, they've never really caught my attention in a "I need to play this"...

Red Faction Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered Review

Mark my words, the day will come when every single game will be available for the Nintendo Switch. Well, it probably won't, but a...

Tour de France 2019 Review

Over the years, sports games have grown increasingly more popular, allowing players to participate in their favorite sport from the comfort of their home....

F1 2019 Review

Oh, it's that time of year again, only this time 4 months early. F1 2019 is the latest title to bear the F1 name...

Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night Review

With Kickstarters, you're never sure what you'll get. A project can sound and look promising, only to find that it was all smoke and...

Brief Battles Review (PS4)

Do you ever get the feeling, when reading a book or watching a television show or whatever, that sometimes the writers start with a...

Battle Worlds: Kronos (Switch) Review

For those craving a hardcore, tactical/strategy based game, Battle Worlds: Kronos could very well scratch that itch. However, it's steep learning curve will surely...

Strike Suit Zero: Director’s Cut (NS) Review

It is the absurdly distant future of 2299, humanity is somehow still alive and some of its members don't have any kind of existence...

Timespinner Review (Nintendo Switch)

Dripping with inspiration from the 90's era of action platformers and metroidvanias, Timespinner delivers a memorable experience offering modern tweaks to the formula that...

Close to the Sun Review

Close to the Sun throws you headfirst into a setting so entrenched in the art deco movement you'll mistake it for Bioshock in a...

Observation Review

Scottish studio No Code’s latest release, Observation features a complex and twisting narrative that is unfortunately pulled down by a lack of polish, frustrating...

Popular Now

Latest