Saturday, April 17, 2021

Gaming

Harvest Moon: One World Review – Unfortunate Tidings

Harvest Moon: One World fails to follow through on a few genuinely cool ideas due to generally uninteresting design.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Review – A new dynasty

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a Dynasty Warriors game that feels nothing like a Dynasty Warriors game, and that is why it is so good.

Persona 5 Strikers Review – New yet unapologetically old

Persona 5 Strikers is a direct sequel to Persona 5, which brings the Phantom Thieves back back for another romp through metaverse Japan.

Super Mario World 3D + Bowser’s Fury Review – Mushroom Kingpin

Super Mario World 3D + Bowser's Fury is remaster of a seven-year-old game with an all new addition that is far better than expected.

Logitech G923 Steering Wheel Review – Slip & Ride

The Logitech G923 is a new multiplatform racing wheel featuring True Force high fidelity force-feedback simulation.

Apex Legends tips every gamer needs to know

These Apex Legends tips will make the game better for everyone; whether veterans in the field or starting out for the first time

Werewolf: The Apocalypse – Earthblood Review – Familiarity at its worst

Werewolf: The Apocalypse - Earthblood puts the spotlight on the werewolf. Unfortunately, it may have been better to leave well enough alone.

Watch Dogs Legion Online Mode – Hack & Slap with friends

Watch Dogs Legion Online Mode enhances the same core gameplay from the first game with epic co-op shenanigans, and it is great!

Hitman 3 Review – Hitting all the Marks

Hitman 3 brings IO Interactive's entire Hitman trilogy into the new generation, while also ending off the series with a bang.

Best co-op video games for Valentines Day 2021

Whether you like stressful puzzlers or slowly and methodical world building, here are some great co-op video games for Valentines Day!

The Medium Review – Ghost with the most

From buff boy puzzler A-Team, through to The Observer, Blair Witch, and the coveted Layers of Fear, it is clear Bloober Team have found...

These are the Ten Most Awarded Games of 2020

2020 was rough but it was also bountiful for gamers. So join us as we look back at The Ten Most Awarded Games of 2020.

Little Nightmares II Review – Delightfully Scary

Little Nightmares II is a delight to play. While it has a weak narrative and overarching goal, it is easy to get lost in the world. Running away from big bad enemies and solving frantic puzzles in dark rooms are incredibly fun, and surprisingly addictive. It is a tiny game with a very short campaign spread over three or four main locales but future DLC will be sure to alleviate this feeling. The game’s reliance on external sources for lore is a bit disappointing, however. Fortunately, it more than makes up by giving players a wonderfully scary world to get engrossed in. Little Nightmares II is a great game that will be best appreciated when played after the complete Little Nightmares Collection, including perhaps, but not necessarily so, the iOS and Android spin-off title.

10 Video Game Characters Who Embody the Horrors of 2020

2020 was a crazy year. Surely there must be video game equivalents, right? Here are 10 Video Game Characters Who Embody the Horrors of 2020!

Cyberpunk 2077 Review – Augmented Imperfection

Cyberpunk 2077 is one of the 20s most anticipated video games... but does it live up to its hype? We think it does, bugs notwithstanding.

Raji: An Ancient Epic Review – Hearty Hinduism

The biggest challenge indie titles face is the outstanding number of shadows they need to get out from under in order to be noticed....

Hello EGAD; and Goodbye traditional scores

EGAD is our all new evaluation system aimed at offering a veritable opinion on a piece of software or hardware.

Dead Movie Franchises That Need Video Game Adaptations

Sometimes movies just can't stop coming out, and sometimes entire franchises just die... but what if they can be revived by a good video game or six?

Cloudpunk Review – Nightwave and Chill

Cloudpunk is a cute little voxel-based game where players take on the role of a delivery driver called Rania, who might be in over her head.

Chicken Police – Paint it Red! Review – Clucking Good Noir

In Chicken Police - Paint it Red! Sonny Featherland and Marty MacChicken zero down on a case of obsessions in this unashamedly Noire game.

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The Nevers Review [Season 01] – Victorian Powered Déjà vu

There is a lot to like about The Nevers. Unfortunately the series is let down by inconsistent pacing and a heavily reliance on cliches.

Tales From The Borderlands Review – It’s actually funny this time

Tales From The Borderlands is one of the better Borderlands titles thanks to its writing being captained by none other than Telltale Games.

Balan Wonderworld Review – Wondrous disappointment

Balan Wonderworld promises so much, yet returns so little. Its initial charm quickly wears off once the game opens up.

Latest Reviews

The Nevers Review [Season 01] – Victorian Powered Déjà vu

There is a lot to like about The Nevers. Unfortunately the series is let down by inconsistent pacing and a heavily reliance on cliches.

Tales From The Borderlands Review – It’s actually funny this time

Tales From The Borderlands is one of the better Borderlands titles thanks to its writing being captained by none other than Telltale Games.

Balan Wonderworld Review – Wondrous disappointment

Balan Wonderworld promises so much, yet returns so little. Its initial charm quickly wears off once the game opens up.

Harvest Moon: One World Review – Unfortunate Tidings

Harvest Moon: One World fails to follow through on a few genuinely cool ideas due to generally uninteresting design.

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity Review – A new dynasty

Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity is a Dynasty Warriors game that feels nothing like a Dynasty Warriors game, and that is why it is so good.