As a rule I try not to say game X is like game Y in my reviews, it always seems reductive and I often have…
It’s often easy to look at the term ‘spiritual successor’ as something that’s just thrown around to avoid legal trouble with a game’s IP holder.…
With Cyberpunk 2077 creeping it’s way into the subconscious of the gaming community, thanks to a break in the dam that was their marketing strategy,…
Up front I’m going to say that this review is potentially Not Safe For Work! Images whilst not offensive to most will at the very…
Weasels as cheerleaders and Capybaras as hammers for throwing, that pretty much sums up Super Sportmatchen
A Metroidvania style game with point and click elements and a fascinating story? The Fall is truly impressive.
Turns out the zombie apocalypse is a lot more stressful than any of us could have predicted, that is until I met a dog carrying a knife. Ruaidhri reviews Death Road to Canada for Switch.
It’s impossible to talk about Brawlout without mentioning its clear inspiration, Smash Brothers, but does it live up to the homage it’s playing to? Ruaidhri reviews the fighting game for Nintendo Switch.
Straight up, without even reading the review, let me tell you Human Fall Flat is awesome on the Nintendo Switch and you should go buy it now, but read my review also…
On paper a game set in Japan with anime girls punching people should be up Ruaidhri’s street, but something isn’t quite there with Phantom Breaker Overdrive Battle Grounds on Switch.
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?
With #Gamergate finally winding down but the hatred sticking around, why are there angry gamers and why do people start flame wars and social media campaigns? And why did #Gamergate have to ruin Adam Baldwin?
Elliot takes a trip through time to his childhood, the 90’s. And with glasses firmly rose tinted he explains why the 90’s were the best for gaming.
Chris reviews Weapon Shop de Omasse on 3DS, a rhythm game set in the world of RPG’s.
Jon reviews the latest entries in one of his, and the worlds, most beloved franchises. Pokemon.
Gary dips into a ‘classic’ video game movie from 20 years ago, Super Mario Bros. Did it deserve it’s panning from critics and video game fans alike or was it unfairly judged? With a new ‘sequel’ comic out what kind of legacy does this video game movie leave behind?