Horizon Chase Turbo Review

There are few as recognizable, diverse and long-standing video game genres as the racing sim, since the first pixelated blobs started eating your disposable income, developers have been pitting players against each other in races across the finish line. Over the years a few distinct sub-genres have emerged, and Horizon Chase Turbo is without a doubt another arcade-style racer rather than any kind of full-on racing simulator.

‘Guide’ Review

A desire to assist children and adults with awareness and understanding of anxiety drove Reframe Games to create Guide, which came out just this week. The game follows Fia, a recently hatched phoenix chick after a storm knocked her from her tree. Fortunately, she has a guiding light to help her navigate through the dark night.

Beholder: Complete Edition Review

Have you ever wondered if the small choices you make in life ever have lasting effects? Like if had chosen to keep someone's secret would that other woman still be alive? Beholder: Complete Edition places these choices in your hands and lets you watch those decisions ripple through time.

Ride 3 Review

Ride 3 is the difficult third album for Milestone's motorcycle franchise. Boasting the most impressive and expansive list of motorcycles and tracks so far, is the title riding the back wheel across the finish line, or fishing its bike out of the gravel?

Battlefield 5 Review

Battlefield 5 is the latest entry into EA's illustrious franchise, bringing things back to the franchise's roots in WW2. Amidst one of the worst ad...

SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption Review

With the ever-growing roster of Souls-like titles releasing, it's become harder and harder for developers to produce a new take on the sub-genre. SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption faces that very issue, with fun, challenging, yet punishing, bosses it delivers some truly tough boss encounters, but not much else.

Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus Review

Much like the Warhammer 40K universe itself, Warhammer 40,000: Mechanicus is not all sunshine and rainbows, but that being said it's a pretty fun play and is almost impossible to put down. Everyone knows Turn-based strategy RPGs are owned by the XCOM series, but Mechanicus is a damn fine game!

Bendy and the Ink Machine Review

I'll be completely honest, I hadn't heard of Bendy and the Ink Machine before heading to Smyths Toys one weekend and finding all of...

Tyler: Model 005 Review

A tiny quick talking robot in a world of disrepair, what’s not to like? Well, unfortunately in the case of Tyler: Model 005, quite...

Swords and Soldiers 2: Shawarmageddon Review

What do you get if you throw together Vikings, Persians and a horde of Demons? Armageddon. More specifically, Shawarmageddon, in what is the first...

Achtung! Cthulhu Tactics Review

When you hear H.P. Lovecraft you think hellscapes and beasts too grotesque and disturbed than humanly possible to imagine. You won't be getting this with...

Windjammers (NS) Review

Ham and pineapple, Bugs Bunny and basketball, nicotine and post-coital glow, somethings were never intended to be combined but are ultimately far superior afterwards. What happens when you merged the visual stylings and worn out world warrior stereotypes of Street Fighter 2 and the hyper-linear gameplay of Pong? Windjammers, that's what.

World of Final Fantasy Maxima (Switch) Review

World of Final Fantasy: Maxima is the latest Final Fantasy title to land on the Nintendo Switch, but is it a worthy addition, or should we just wait for Square Enix to port the originals?

Anamorphine Review

Anamorphine is a is a “narrative experience”, more art than game - a walking simulator. These might sound like loaded statements, but they’re facts, not opinion. For transparency’s sake, I’ll say up front that I generally enjoy this type of game...

Road Redemption (NS) Review

Road Redemption is pretty unabashedly simple stuff, its soundtrack is meek and often bland, its controls poorly mapped, and it boasts the graphical fidelity...

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