Review: Knight Squad

August 5th, 2020    

As an absolutely mental 8 player game, Knight Squad sits on an awkward knife edge depending on what you're after and how many people you've got around to play with. A range...

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Review: Superliminal

August 3rd, 2020    

Knowing nothing going into Superliminal, the best way to describe it would be to say ‘it’s a bit like Portal’ and I mean that in the most complimentary of ways....

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August 2020’s Free Games Preview

August 2nd, 2020    

Even though most (some?) aren’t going on summer holidays, there’s a reasonable collection of free games to keep you busy this month:

Portal Knights (August 1 to 31...

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Review: Neon Abyss

July 26th, 2020    

The first weapon I collected was a cat that fires laser beams from its face.

Just let that register for a moment. It gives you some idea of...

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Review: Assetto Corsa Competizione

July 15th, 2020    

I'm a massive fan of racing games, and whether it's a single category like F1 or a multi-spec game like Gran Turismo, there's nothing better than taking to the track and getting...

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Review: Desperados 3

July 14th, 2020    

A cowboy stealth action game? You had me at ‘cowboy stealth action’.  Desperados 3 is the follow up to, err, Desperados 2 but it’s a prequel, so you don’t need to...

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Review: F1 2020

July 13th, 2020    

Over the past few years Codemasters have been slowly refining the F1 games, adding the occasional new feature such as last year's F2 options, and tweaking an already successful formula to make...

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July 2020’s Free Games Preview

Pinch punch etc. etc. Restrictions easing (sort of) but there’s no shortage of free games this month which celebrates 10 years of...

Board Game Review: Poetry for Neanderthals

From the same team who came up with the bonkers Exploding Kittens, Poetry for Neanderthals is another brilliant, easy to play game...

Review: Liberated

Liberated is told as a graphic novel, with panels that come to life at certain points which is where you play the...

Review: 1971 Project Helios

As a turn-based strategy title, I was immediately interested in 1971 Project Helios. What I didn’t expect was a blend of XCOM,...

Review: Red Wings: Ages of the Sky

Red Wings: Ages of the Sky is set in World War 1 at the time of the infamous Red Baron. Told in...

Review: Railway Empire

One of the great things about being a dad to a young boy is being able to play with all those awesome...

Review: Fly Punch Boom

I’m not really sure how to begin to explain what this game is like. Imagine an anime fight. If you haven’t seen...

Review: Moving Out

It's impossible to talk about Moving Out without bringing Overcooked into the conversation. If you've ever played the absolutely mental local co-op...

Review: Trailmakers

The idea of building your own vehicle out of a range of bits, letting you drive, race, fly, sail or any combination...

Hardware Review: Speedlink Celsor Gaming Headset

The Celsor Gaming Headset from Speedlink is a reasonably priced headset with a feel that suggests it should be more expensive. My...

Review: Maneater

An open-world shark RPG. I just need to reflect on those words I’ve written.  You’re a baby shark, and throughout the...

June 2020 Free Games Preview

Well, Sony is coming out swinging this month with some big guns. Microsoft is... well... here are some free games to keep...