Bohemian Killing (Switch) Review

Murder mysteries are entertaining, playing out the story and never knowing who is going to die or when, until the fatal event occurs and the police intervene and investigate. However, what if we began at the murder, knowing the who, where and when, but not…

The Complex (PS4) Review

There’s nothing more entertaining than an interactive FMV game, choosing what actions and dialogue the on-screen characters perform and watching as the events play out in front of you. Over the years I’ve played many of these, such as The Shapeshifting Detective, Planet of the…

Saints Row IV: Re-Elected (Switch) Review

The time is finally here guys, it’s the release of an open-world action-adventure game which involves you enhancing your superpowers, collecting orbs, playing both solo or in co-op, and generally causing havoc for the enemies and civilians alike! No, silly… I’m not talking about Crackdown,…

Wunderling (Nintendo Switch) Review

The SNES was a great era for gaming – sure, a lot of garbage was put onto the system, but it’s where a lot of us started our gaming journey. These days, we love replaying the games we grew up with, games which were simple…

Paper Beast (PSVR) Review

Back in April 2019, the world was introduced to Paper Beast, a PSVR exclusive title which looked very unique – a silent, no-narrative experience with gigantic creatures made out of paper. I purposely decided to keep away from any videos or articles previewing the game…

Jump, Step, Step (PS4) Review

Puzzle games come in many variations, especially digital ones. There are digital representations of classics such as word searches, Picross, and crosswords, and there are games which invent their own puzzles through the use of a narrative adventure or immersive action game. Jump, Step, Step…