Death Coming (PS4) Review

What do you hope happens to you upon your departure from this world? Do you hope to see a bright light which you can use to ascend to the heavens? Maybe you’d like to be reunited with loved ones for an eternity? Perhaps you don’t…

Braveland Trilogy (Nintendo Switch) Review

What’s the last tactical SRPG you played? I’m not talking about games such as Phantom Doctrine or XCOM, I mean games like Heroes of Might and Magic (HoMM) in which you travel across a map and engage in single-screen tile-based warfare? It seems like this…

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Puzlogic (PC – Steam) Review

I’ve recently reviewed Word Sudoku by POWGI which was an interesting spin on the classic puzzle in that you completed the various stages by using 9-letter words instead of your usual numbers. Today I’ve been playing Puzlogic from Eduardo Barreto which is yet another rather innovative puzzle…

Evoland Legendary Edition (PS4) Review

Over the past thirty years, video games have changed dramatically. From simple blocky sprites on a green LCD screen upon the trusty GameBoy, through the 8 and 16-bit console wars, and into the age of 3D gaming on more modern consoles. Sure, games have changed dramatically…

Glass Masquerade (PS4) Review

Puzzle games come in many forms these days. We have a bucket-full of logic-based and casual puzzles from Lightwood Games, Puzlogic will rattle your brain on both PC and Mobile (soon), A Fisherman’s Tale will blow your mind in VR, and the Artifex Mundi titles…

Build a Bridge! (Nintendo Switch) Review

Put your hardhat on and get ready to channel your inner Frank Lloyd Wright as BoomBit games are here with their console adaptation of their popular Mobile game, Build a Bridge! As with a few other games currently available on various platforms, we get to live out…

Sheltered (Nintendo Switch) Review

I’ll start by saying I’m a terrible father. That’s how Sheltered made me feel. On starting the game you’re given the choice on the make up of your family and I decided to pretty much base it on my own, though I did gift myself…