Clea Fi1

Clea (Nintendo Switch) Review

I admit that you’ll rarely find me playing spooky games, especially those with tense moments or comprised of many jump scares, but every now and again I’ll dabble in the horror genre if a game looks interesting and not too stressful. Recently I’ve played through…

Dirt 5 Fi1

Dirt 5 (PS4) Review

I have a love/hate relationship with racing games which have released this generation on consoles. A lot of them focus on ‘simulation’, having you manage everything from your crew members to adjusting all the statistics of your vehicle, yet others opt for an ‘open-world’ where…

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Cloudpunk (PS4) Review *Updated*

Once upon a time, the thought of simulating delivering packages from one place to another wouldn’t really appeal to most people outside of fans of the simulation genre. However, thanks to the popularity of Death Stranding, it seems people are more open to the idea…

Zoids Wild: Blast Unleashed (Switch) Review

Outright Games have been super busy over the last few weeks, two weeks ago they published Trollhunters: Defenders of Arcadia, last week it was Ben 10: Power Trip, today they release Zoids Wild: Blast Unleashed, and next week they’re launching Transformers: Battleground! Although we have…

Little Big Workshop (PS4) Review

There’s nothing more satisfying than creating an efficient set of processes which all work together in order to produce something. The last game I played which was like this was Automachef, a game in which you design and create an automatic food production line and…

Game Dev Tycoon (Switch) Review

If you take a look at Twitter when a publisher posts an announcement for a new game, everyone believes they’re a couch-developer – they state how things should be done differently, they complain about the pixel count, spark outrage over visual changes, and love spreading…