People scream from the rooftops about their love for football, engaging anyone about it whether they care or not, why can’t Ruaidhri do the same with Zangief?
A Dystopian 1960’s psychedelia first person survival game? Sure, why not…
Obliteracers does something interesting, it stands on the shoulders of giants in kart racing and attempts to look further by changing our concepts of what a kart racer is.
space space spaaaaaaaaaace! Ruaidhri slips on his white coat and becomes a rocket scientist in this review of Kerbal Space Program.
Ruaidhri returns to Borgovia to battle some classic monsters with Van Helsing’s son and a Russian ghost in this action RPG on Xbox One.
With leaks of the PS4.5 seeming to point to true Ali wonders whether we need a new Playstation and what this means for console generations.
Ruaidhri lives out his twisted fantasies of ruining parties for everyone in new stealth puzzle murder sim Party Hard.
Blood Bowl, a game featuring orcs and other creatures playing American football, has gone from from tabletop origins to home consoles and PC, how does this fantasy sports game sequel translate?
Mike Bithell has released his next game, but is this his difficult second album or a continuation of form after his excellent Thomas Was Alone. Robin Hood meets Youtube streaming in Volume.
Can turn-based PC game Hard West tick all the boxes for a wild west fan? or is it all squib and no boom?
Ruaidhri and Harriet try to keep their relationship together whilst screwing each other’s plans up in heavy console RPG Divinity Original Sin Enhanced Edition.
Just in time for Halloween Ruaidhri straps on his big boy pants and tries not to be a big girl’s blouse with his review of the latest in the Corpse Party games.
Whether it laziness or down to a dilution of content; Ruaidhri is reaching the end of his interest in big open world games. Could games do with going back to more linear focused affairs?
Ruaidhri continues his obsessions with all things Kaiju with the help of Kaiju Panic, a mish-mash of RTS and Tower Defence genres.
Ruaidhri dodges being put on various international lists and tries out a new career in bomb disposal with the help of Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes on Steam.
Playing Devil’s advocate is never easy, especially when you actually quite like the Devil. Ruaidhri prepares for a roasting as he tries to justify why Unity is his favourite Assassin’s Creed game to date.
Ruaidhri reviews Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson for the 3DS. When a game is so overtly sexualised, is it possible to look past that and enjoy the chaotic brawler?
Danika questions Marvel, and Disney’s, ability to present women in their superhero franchises. When the comic is such a strong source to pull from; why do films get Black Widow so wrong?