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Mothergunship Review

I went into Mothergunship excited at the prospect of crafting my own weapons but thinking there was some caveat or limit to the gun...

Earthfall Review

Earthfall is a cooperative FPS title from developer Holospark, who had some very clear, and very famous inspirations for their title. Is this just...
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Dig Or Die Review

What can I say about Dig Or Die? Is it's originality betrayed by it's rather drab and uninspired name? Could it be a breath of fresh air like Terraria was? Or is it about to be another corpse thrown onto the Survival game fire?

Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! Review (PS4)

With the console market being dominated by games like Call of Duty, FIFA, Fortnite, and other hardcore gaming titles, it makes you wonder whether anything casual would fit, or even work on a console people spend hours a day on. Holy Potatoes! A Weapon Shop?! is a game which asks such a question, and gives an eye-wateringly boring answer.

The Lion’s Song Review (Nintendo Switch)

The narrative in games often takes a back seat or feel tacked on and generic however in The Lion’s Song the plot is everything and unlike anything I’ve experienced. I will try not to reveal any story spoilers as it is a delight to witness.

MXGP Pro Review

MXGP Pro is the latest motocross game from Milestone which is set to have players thrashing through dirt, soaring through jumps, and becoming the ultimate MXGP champion, however, the game falls flatter than a punctured tire.

Bus Simulator 18 Review

Public transport is probably the most feared type of transport, especially if you're required to use it for any lengthy journey. It's stuffy, it's often late, and for the most part, it takes double the time it would if you were driving from A to B. But what about the driver? How do they feel carting your butt across the traffic-ridden city? Well in the Bus Simulator series you can find out for yourself, and Bus Simulator 18 is no different.

The Free Ones Review

The Free Ones is the latest title from Farsky Interactive, a first-person adventure platformer that focuses on momentum, based around the use of a...

LEGO: The Incredibles Review

LEGO: The Incredibles is the latest in the long and illustrious line of licensed LEGO games. Originally catching fire with it's Star Wars line of...

Yoku’s Island Express Review

I feel I should start this review off by saying that I actually had no clue what Yoku's Island Express was. The name sounded...

Agony Review

At first glance Agony seems like the type of horror experience hard core fans of the genre have been clamoring for. Sadly, after an...

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus Switch Review

Wolfenstein 2: The New Colossus is here on Switch, and answers the question "what's better than killing Nazis from the comfort of your own...

The Crew 2 Review

The Crew 2 is Ubisoft's latest open-world racer developed by the team over at Ivory Tower. Expanding upon 2014's The Crew, the team have...

Antigravitator Review

What happens when you combine F-Zero with WipEout? Antigraviator, that's what. While we haven't seen anything in a similar vein for a while, could there be a reason for that? Let's find out.

Everspace Review

Everspace has made the leap onto consoles following a long run on PC. Some would say that bringing a space shooter, especially one initially made for PC controls, might be a bit of a tough one, however for Rockfish they've managed to almost achieve perfection.

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