Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Review

The Nintendo Switch is a great little device that lets you play some pretty fantastic games on the go and in front...

Atelier Arland Trilogy Review

Japan has no shortage of long-running, well-regarded RPG series. Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest and Persona, to name a few, have been ongoing...

Sundered: Eldritch Edition Review

It's time to add yet another Metroidvania title to your Switch roster! Sundered: Eldritch Edition is a Lovecraftian journey through an ever...

Spider-Man: Turf Wars DLC Review

The Spider-Man saga continues with the addition of the Turf Wars DLC! Being completely honest, Hammerhead has never been one of my favorite Spider-Man...
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Nairi: Tower of Shirin Review

Point-and-click adventure games were hugely popular in the eighties and nineties but over the years, as more and more narrative-driven adventures are...

Ashen Review

Action/Adventure games are a grand bunch of games. Subsequently they are also the granddaddy of one of the most infuriatingly difficult sub-genres;...

Aaero: Complete Edition Review

Everyone loves a little bit of high-speed, lazer-filled mayhem. Aaero: Complete Edition comes with everything you would expect in a fever dream set in...

Underworld Ascendant Review

A short while ago, I had the opportunity to play Underworld Ascendant, a new RPG made by OtherSide Entertainment. It was exciting...

The Last Remnant Remastered Review

Celebrating almost 10 years since its initial release back on Steam and the Xbox 360, The Last Remnant has received the remastered treatment, but has this decade-old game stood the test of time?

Katamari Damacy Reroll Review

The first question I'm asking myself at the start of this review and at the beginning of Katamari Damacy Reroll is the...

Mutant Year Zero: Road To Eden Review

So, a boar, a duck, and a fox walk into a post apocalyptic bar. No, wait, that's a joke I know. Mutant Year...

Super Smash Bros. Ultimate Review

Since Smash Bros. debuted on the N64, it's been heralded as one of the greatest brawlers in the genre. With consistently solid sequels spanning the majority of Nintendo's consoles, Smash has remained a core pillar within the Nintendo family. So how does Super Smash Bros. Ultimate stand up against its predecessors?

Headliner: NoviNews Review

Ten years from now, Headliner: NoviNews is going to stand as a fascinating timestamp of how people processed this decade… assuming the current news...

Asterix & Obelix XXL2 Review

Ever since enhanced versions of older games began appearing en masse for the PS3 and Xbox 360, there's been a steady debate around the merits of remasters. Quality of these ports tends to vary, ranging from the excellent Metal Gear Solid collection to the dismal Silent Hill offerings, which somehow managed to present versions of Silent Hill 2 and its sequel that were worse than the originals. Remasters have been plentiful ever since, and the freshest of the batch is Asterix & Obelix XXL2 for Switch, PS4 and Xbox One. But will this remaster join the ranks of Metal Gear Solid and the Team Ico ports, or is it another Silent Hill?

Just Cause 4 Review

Just Cause 4, like it’s predecessor, is a funny kind of game. It is a game marred significantly by latency, bugs and control issues, one which lacks the polish of its triple-A contemporaries and one which sees the title once again slide fairly anonymously into the December release window. All of this aside, Just Cause 4 also has that rarest of qualities, it is brazenly and unabashedly fun to play.

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