Category: Review

A Blast From the Past: Ion Fury Review

Nostalgia is becoming a true video game seller when you think about all of the remade games coming out lately, and Voidpoint is no stranger to this. The development studio has paired up with 3D Realms, the publisher behind games such as Duke Nukem 3D and Max Payne, to create Ion Fury; the brand new […]

The Division 2: Episode 1 D.C. Outskirts Review

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 had a strong start to the year, and while it wasn’t perfect, it still proved itself to be leagues better than the original game’s release back in 2016. Ubisoft has hopes to continue the upward trend with the latest release of free DLC, Episode 1 – D.C. Outskirts, which brings […]

Judgment Review

In 2005 the Yakuza series was brought to life on the PlayStation 2 and absorbed an audience which has only snowballed over the last few years, garnering an increased amount of interest from western audiences. 2019 sees the release of Judgment, a spin-off in the series that invites an injection of new ideas and concepts […]

Sigma Theory: Review

The scientific community is buzzing with news of humanity being on the edge of a paradigm-shifting discovery promising radical technology, teasing an end to the energy crisis and much much more. What do you do? Sigma Theory poses that question directly to you in a turn-based strategy game from the creators of the strange but […]

Gato Roboto Review: A Paw-sitive addition to the Metroidvania Cat-a-log

Are you a fan of cute kittens and Mech Robots? What about cute kittens inside Mech robots? Well, with Gato Roboto, you can get the best of both worlds! Developed by Doinksoft, Gato Roboto is an old-school platformer about a soldier and his cat Kiki who become stranded on a planet after their ship crashes. […]

Project Winter Review

Ever wanted to plot, scheme, and stab your friends in the back? Then Project Winter is just the game for you. Following a premise similar to that of table-top Werewolf, Mafia, or Gmod’s Trouble in Terrorist Town, Project Winter puts eight players on an arctic wasteland. Their goal: to collaborate in finding enough resources to […]

Whispers of a Machine: Review

Whispers of a Machine is a rather engaging point-and-click game, with sprinkles of puzzle solving and plenty of witty dialogue to draw you firmly into the world built up by the story. You play as Vera Englund, a detective sent from Headquarters to a town called Nordsund to investigate a murder. However, all is not […]

SteamWorld Quest Review: A Tale of Robots, Friendship and Moon Juice

Ever since Slay the Spire, it seems like everyone and their grandmother is trying to jump on the card game hype train. Someone I would have never expected to grow the list of card game creators is Image and Form, the team behind Steamworld Dig. However, as shown in the past, this team is not […]

VA-11 HALL-A Review

VA-11 HALL-A (Read: Valhalla) is 5 parts visual novel, 6 parts character development, 3 parts charm, 4 parts mixing drinks with a dash of vulgarity thrown in. All of these elements are on the rocks and deeply blended, expertly mixing them to create an engaging and solid experience. Time to mix drinks and change lives! […]
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Baba is You Review: Game is Win

Nothing is more rewarding than being stuck on something that just doesn’t seem possible, only to brilliantly solve the unsolvable and Baba Is You is a new puzzle game that is chock full of that moment over and over again. I have played many games but it has been a long time since I have […]
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