Browsing posts in the ‘Reviews’ category

Review: Shadow Legend VR

Ever wanted to cook a steak in VR, or feed a horse, or chop a skeleton's arm off? Well now you can, and while Shadow Legend on the PSVR isn't quite the...

READ MORE »

Review: Can Androids Pray: Blue

Can Androids Pray: Blue is a short, narrative game where you play one person in a conversation between two downed mechs. Not realising this going in, I was waiting for the action....

READ MORE »

Review: Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (cl-r)

An anime fighting game called Under Night In-Birth Exe:Late (cl-r) is never going to be a mainstream household name and join the likes of Mortal Kombat and Tekken in crossing over to...

READ MORE »

Review: Hidden Through Time

If you’ve ever played ‘Where’s Wally?’ then you’ll know what you expect with Hidden Through Time. You are presented with a detailed world of characters and intricate colours, and have to find...

READ MORE »

Review: Hunt Showdown

I'm deep into the 1890s, and knee-deep in a swamp which houses, somewhere in the moonlit gloom, a weird swamp-beast that'll start chasing me under the water any moment and scare the...

READ MORE »

Review: Bloodroots

Mr Wolf is dead. At least that’s what his enemies thing. Shot in the head, and left in the wilderness, his former friends walk away. That is the end of...

READ MORE »

Review: 7th Sector

7th Sector is a difficult game to describe really without it sounding very simple, although in reality it is. It’s atmospheric and starts as you look over some cabling, set...

READ MORE »

Review: Throw Anything (VR)

Throw Anything has the capacity to be incredible fun. Hoards of zombies are crawling up the side of your building, and it's your job to fend them off by flinging anything that...

READ MORE »

Board Game Review: Point Salad

“Over 100 ways to score points” is a pretty scary thing to put on the box of a game that also claims to be simple and quick to play. And yet, that’s...

READ MORE »

Review: Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Video Game 3

‘The Official Video Game’ - who even calls their game that any more? Well, the Monster Energy folks, sponsors of supercross racing do. Milestone, the developers are knocking out one motocross and...

READ MORE »

Review: Fujii

VR is brilliant for a few different things, and yet there are two game types that really stand out as being considerably more effective in VR: those that scare the living shit...

READ MORE »

Review: Cuisine Royale

I can’t decide if Cuisine Royale is any good, if it’s fun or even if I like it. It is probably a bit of all three at times, but at...

READ MORE »

Review: Train Sim World 2020

Train Sim World is an immersive first-person simulator, it includes complete in-cab interactivity and extremely accurate detail all round. Train Sim World is a relaxing but rewarding game, when you pull your...

READ MORE »

Hardware Review: Antlion ModMic Wireless

Some time ago we reviewed one of the earlier ModMic microphones, letting you use your favourite pair of standard everyday headphones and turn them into a fully fledged, high quality gaming headset....

READ MORE »

Review: Untitled Goose Game

Can being a goose, really make a good game? I seriously doubted this. Turns out I was wrong to doubt it. Being a goose is awesome. Being a jerk goose...

READ MORE »

Review: Mini Motor Racing X

“Well that’s a cute little racing game”, I thought to myself when I saw Mini Motor Racing X being promoted. What I didn’t expect was also a very good racing...

READ MORE »

Review: The Curious Tale of the Stolen Pets (PSVR)

VR has brought about some really cool gaming possibilities, and aside from the obvious advances in horror titles, puzzle-based games have been on the rise thanks to the new planes available from...

READ MORE »

Review: Ultimate Racing 2D

Sometimes when you play a racing game, you just get this feeling. It’s kind of like being in the zone, but you experience the flow of a perfect corner, the...

READ MORE »

Board Game Review: Marvel Champions

Two of my favourite things at the moment are the Marvel films (yes I love the comics too, but don’t read anything like as many as I used to), and Arkham Horror,...

READ MORE »