Spellbreak (PS4) Review

Following its full reveal at Gamescom 2020, Spellbreak is here as of September 3rd. Now, as someone who pretty much despises battle royale games, this one stood out and grabbed my attention. Even though everyone and their nan has tried their hand in the genre,…

Maid of Sker (PS4) Review

Maid of Sker has been on my radar since it was announced. I’ve never played a game developed by Wales Interactive before but they’re here with their second attempt at a horror game, this time using inspiration from a novel of the same name from…

Radio Squid (PS4) Review

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a cursed squid that can shoot enemies to the beat of a siren song? Me neither, but you can do just that in Radio Squid! Developed by Pixel Teriyaki and published by Ratalaika Games, Radio Squid…

Final Fantasy VII [7] Remake (PS4) Review

It’s Final(ly) Here! The Final Fantasy VII Remake is finally here after an agonising wait since it was revealed way back at E3 in 2015. The original Final Fantasy VII was, for many, one of, if not THE greatest JRPG(s) ever made. The hype surrounding…

Let’s Sing 2020 (PS4) Review

Let’s Sing 2020 is the latest game in the franchise which will allow you to fulfil your dreams of being a pop superstar (not my dream, I suck). Now, more than ever, we need games like this to provide that bit of fun that can…

Q-YO Blaster (Switch) Review

I know what you’re thinking, “oh no, not another Shoot ‘em up?” But wait! Before you overlook this title, let me reassure you that Q-YO Blaster provided the most fun I’ve had in a while. It’s currently available on both PC and the Switch but…

BoxVR (PSVR) Review

BoxVR is exactly what you’d expect it to be – it’s a VR boxing game – only the twist is, you box along to songs and on-screen prompts. Developed by FitXR, it stands out against other boxing games, such as Creed, as not only is…