The Station Review (PS4)

In space, no one can hear you dig deep into a mystery We are not alone. An epic drama of adventure and exploration. In space, no one can hear you scream. With The Station, all those classic movie taglines are as relevant as they are irrelevant. This space exploration…

Wartile Review (PC)

Battle Boardgame Berserkers in Wartile!     “It’s not what it looks like!” is an excuse countless people have made in their lifetimes before hastily minimising an obscene browser window, but in the case of Wartile, it’s actually true. Wartile looks like a plodding board game simulator where you’d…

Wulverblade Review (PS4)

Move Over William Wallace, Here Come The Wulvers   I’ve got a love-hate relationship with beat-em-up games. It’s not as though I dislike them, per say. I’m just not very good at them. I like to blame it on my aging brain, which as well all know gives disadvantages…
Pop-up Pilgrims

Pop-up Pilgrims Review (PSVR)

Lemmings in Virtual Reality   I’d hate to do this but I’m starting this review off with a bit of a gripe. Somewhere along the line of the history of video games, publishers (and developers too) have decided that gamers do not need instruction booklets anymore. This needs to…

Shadow of the Colossus (PS4) Review

The Slow Regard of Massive Things   Desensitization in games can mean a lot of things. The most common connection is arguably to violence. Don’t let the kiddies see too much blood and death in these Calls of Dutys, the concerned parents and occasional congresspeople say. It’ll give them…

Crossing Souls Review (PC)

Crossing Souls Channels The Spirit of The 80s to Deliver a Nostalgic Adventure Crossing Souls is a game that wears its pixelated heart proudly on its cut-off denim sleeve. From its blocky character sprites to its neon-saturated title screen and grainy, static-filled VHS-esque cutscenes, it’s obvious the game is geared…

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