Röki (PC) Review

Röki immediately managed to catch my interest the very first moment I saw screenshots of it when it was revealed three years ago. I just can’t help but adore indie games with great graphics and art direction. Having the chance to finally experience the world…

Tokyo School Life (Nintendo Switch) Review

Yamato Nadeshiko; Do you know her? ‘She’ is the personification of everything beautiful in a woman. This is one of many things Tokyo School Life educates you on, as well as a proper reflection of the Japanese society, language, and the chance to romance one…

Help Will Come Tomorrow (PS4) Review

Dynamite. Renegades. Train wrecks. Wild beasts. Survival. Certain words hold a lot of power behind them based on the meaning and concepts they represent. Take all those powerful symbolic words and form a game from them and you get Help Will Come Tomorrow, the flagship…

Neversong (PS4) Review

A long time ago I played a game called Pinstripe, a beautiful and dark puzzle platformer with a simply outstanding amount of polish and charm to it. Once I’d fallen in love with that game, having completed it multiple times before writing my review, I…

Please the Gods (Nintendo Switch) Review

Please the Gods is a game which is inspired by tabletop games of yesteryear, such as the infamous Hero Quest, and Finnish mythology. This may be a common theme these days, placing mythical creatures and beasts within your pixel-art video games, but I always get…

The Great Perhaps (PS4) Review

Back in August 2019, I was given the chance to take a look at a quirky puzzle game from developer Caligari Games, a game in which you use the past and present (future) in order to manipulate events and solve puzzles. A few days ago,…

Death Come True (Switch) Review

I love FMV in games, whether it’s a full-on FMV adventure game which has been fully filmed on-site or in front of a green screen, or if it’s an interactive cinematic adventure where I become the director and control the events which play out. So,…

Beyond Blue (PS4) Review

Beyond Blue, from developer E-Line Media, was the first game to catch my attention at the gaming convention EGX back in 2018. At the time I was fortunate enough to preview the game and interview Steve Zimmermann, Vice-President of Marketing at E-Line Media, which you…