Category: Review

Nintendo Switch Lite Review

It’s often noted that ‘bigger is better.’ But sometimes it’s more notable to appreciate the smaller things in life. The Nintendo Switch Lite aims to show that smaller is a viable option. The goal? To provide the same hybrid experience the original console produces, but in a handheld-only setting. With the 3DS reaching the end […]

Sin Slayers: A Review (Into Hell)

There is a fine line between a game being challenging and a game being cheesy. Sin Slayers, unfortunately, crosses that line, making for a rather frustrating playthrough. There are flashes of brilliance in the game, from levels being suited to each particular sin, to a soundtrack that manages to keep you invested in the game; […]

Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair Review: Second Time’s a Charm

I think we can all agree that nostalgia seems to be playing a big part in video games lately. Face it, it works! And a team who is no stranger to conjuring up nostalgic magic is Playtonic Games, by paying some serious homage to genres of the past. They did it first with Yooka-Laylee, attempting […]

Destiny 2: Shadowkeep Review (PC)

It’s that time of year again. Bungie has released yet another package of DLC, this time to crown some major innovative changes to the game. However, if you were expecting Destiny 2’s latest expansion to be as bold and encompassing as its previous installment, Forsaken, you may be in for a little disappointment. While New […]
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What the Golf? Review: Go Ahead and Strut that Putt

2019 definitely has to be one of the wackiest years for video games. We’ve had a villainous goose, a cat in a mech suit, and even a sheep moving the world with words. But now comes the strangest of them all, the golf ball! If you’re not aware, Triband has recently released What the Golf? […]

The Sojourn Review

Every now and then I will come across a game that makes me think but also leaves me relaxed. Journey is one such game that comes to mind and is one of my favorites of all time. It is not difficult but the art, the music and the narrative all work together to paint a very […]

Untitled Goose Game Review: Laying on the Honk

If you have been keeping up with the indie game scene then you will be no stranger to the odd wonder of being an annoying goose. That’s right! I’m talking about the recently released, Untitled Goose Game. A game where, as a goose, your whole purpose is to steal from, scare and pester anyone in […]

Control Review

Reviewed on Xbox One. Also available on PS4 & PC. On the surface, Control looks as generic as they come. A run of the mill action-adventure game with a telekinetic twist. It’s nothing that genre hasn’t played with before and certainly won’t be the last, but Control manages to defy all expectations to a massive […]

Gravity Ghost Review

A Calming Walk Through Space Gravity Ghost is a physics-based puzzle game that has you walking around the surface of planets in a spacey afterlife. You play as the ghost of Iona Bell and skillfully orbit around collecting stars to keep advancing through the constellations in an effort to find your friend, Voy, a fox […]

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 […]
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