Reviews

This is not a drill: Gurumin 3D review

by 1 month ago

With today’s games vying for realism and complexity, it’s always a breath of fresh air when something comes out that’s simple and just plain fun. Originally released in North America …

Continue reading →

Send in the Clowns – Until Dawn Rush of Blood PSVR Review

by 1 month ago

Coulrophobia, better known as fear of clowns, affects a great many people. The common belief is that it is caused by the uncanny valley effect as they look human, but …

Continue reading →

Dragging On: Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Review

by 1 month ago

Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 is an example of a game with a strong start but ultimately not enough variety to keep you engaged for long. While there’s no lack of …

Continue reading →

Protecting the Master: Onitama Review

by 1 month ago

  It almost seems like all games need to have an in-depth theme to attract an audience.  We have miniatures games with fantasy characters' backstories explaining their thirst for glory or …

Continue reading →

Get on your bike and Mega Drive: Superdimension Neptune vs. Sega Hard Girls review

by 1 month ago

After years of lampooning faux gaming consoles, the Neptunia franchise gets a partner, finally, that allows it to make some references to some real part of gaming history. Superdimension Neptune …

Continue reading →

Child’s Play: World of Final Fantasy review

by 1 month ago

World of Final Fantasy is a game that spends so much time paying tribute to the series it draws from that it doesn’t spend enough time fleshing out the parts …

Continue reading →

Stand clear for Titanfall: Titanfall 2 Review

by 1 month ago

The original Titanfall was a fun but divisive game, with a strong central premise but a lot of complaints about its lasting power and conspicuous lack of a single player …

Continue reading →

On the Hunt: Nosferatu Review

by 1 month ago

The work of many nights has proven a link between the madman Renfield and the mysterious deaths that have been haunting the streets of late. Just as you are upon …

Continue reading →

High speed metal – RIGS: Mechanized Combat League review

by 1 month ago

If there’s a better use for virtual reality than giant stompy robots, I’m not sure what it’d be. While I wait for an M-rated full-on mech simulator, games like RIGS …

Continue reading →

Ride of the Valkyries: EVE Valkyrie PSVR review

by 1 month ago

If there is a better use for Virtual Reality than simulating a cockpit experience, I cannot imagine what it’d be. The team at CCP agree with that and have brought …

Continue reading →

To infinity and beyond: Rez Infinite

by 1 month ago

The first thing you’ll notice when you start playing Rez Infinite is the strange and rhythmic sense of flow you get from playing with the PSVR. Despite the fact that …

Continue reading →

Wit or Death?: Necropolis Review

by 1 month ago

It’s hard to go wrong with a rogue-like dungeon crawler game. It’s a simple gaming formula that caters to a large demographic, and with some creative designs can end up …

Continue reading →