Ara Fell is a wonderful tribute to the golden age of JRPGs that also crafts its own identity, and becoming one of my favourite videogame experiences.
Finally arriving on PC, Marvel’s Spider-Man is a treat not only for Marvel fans, but superhero fans alike.
Portal 2 is a fully-fleshed out sequel that improves and expands on everything established in the original game, putting itself up there as one of the best videogames of all time.
MultiVersus is a fun, imaginative fighting game that brings some of the most beloved characters under one banner.
The Pre-Sequel tries its hardest to be a good time, but falls flat even at its best when trying to recreate what made the first two games so great.
Trek to Yomi is a fun 2.5D narrative driven game set in the Edo period that is enjoyable but has a frustrating combat system.
It wasn’t popular on release, but WATCH_DOGS is a fantastic deep story about the reality of government surveillance and the damage it can cause on a lower level.
Wrestling Empire follows the tried-and-tested Mat Dickie formula of having a completely bonkers video game, and even now it never gets old.
If satire was the language of the Gods, then Douglas Adams would be God and The Stanley Parable is the Holy Bible. The Stanley Parable is a glorified walking simulator, which sounds boring on paper yet it’s marketing and tone is unlike any other game out there – its identity is in its abrasive andContinue reading “The Stanley Parable: Ultra Deluxe Review”
The newest iteration in the LEGO game collection is here, and it’s definitely much different from previous entries in the LEGO franchise. The first thing you’ll notice is that instead of the iconic camera angle that you get when playing LEGO games, you’ll get a third-person view from behind the character. This felt weird atContinue reading “LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga Review”