REVIEW / Max and the Curse of Brotherhood

Max and the Curse of Brotherhood is a puzzle-platformer that originally released on Xbox One back in 2013. Four years later, Flashbulb games and Wired Productio...[Read More]

REVIEW / Brawlhalla

Over the past 5 years, the free-to-play section of our console or PC store has grown bigger and bigger, and let’s be fair, we all love something free. But...[Read More]

REVIEW / Bomber Crew

Every now and then a game comes along and puts its own quirky spin on a familiar genre, and that’s exactly what Bomber Crew does, bringing a real-time str...[Read More]

REVIEW / Life Is Strange: Before the Storm – Episode 2: Brave New World

As I’ve said before, I felt like we’d already been told all we needed to know about Chloe and her relationship with Rachel Amber in Life Is Strange without the ...[Read More]

Review / A Hat in Time

This year has seen a resurgence in throwback platformers with titles such as Yooka-Laylee and Skylar and Plux – but where both those titles felt almost tr...[Read More]

REVIEW / Hob

Earlier this year Zelda Breath of the Wild took the gaming world by storm, it’s stunning open world that encouraged independence through its gameplay was a shee...[Read More]

REVIEW / Ink

So often we are sent games that look to be quirky takes on the puzzle genre, and with so many titles releasing every week we have to be selective in what we pla...[Read More]

REVIEW / DreamBreak

I didn’t know what to expect going into DreamBreak. I was hearing conflicting reports on what kind of game it was, some saying a point and click, some saying a ...[Read More]

REVIEW / Life Is Strange: Before the Storm – Episode 1: Awake

I’m a really big fan of Life Is Strange, for me one of the best things about it was it’s tight, standalone story that was exceptionally well told, and I feel wa...[Read More]

REVIEW / Absolver

Absolver is both a bold and fresh take on the fighting game genre, which is due to its intricate fighting mechanics and enriching customisable fighting styles. ...[Read More]

REVIEW / Surf World Series

From the first paddle developers, Climax Studios had a very challenging task, capturing the atmosphere and ‘feeling’ of surfing in a modern video game. Although...[Read More]

REVIEW / ChromaGun

For most of us, primary colours are a distant memory from a primary school lesson, and it’s this distant knowledge that first-person puzzle game ChromaGun Chall...[Read More]

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