Lost Ember (Switch) Review

You only have to read my Beyond Blue review from a couple of months back to know how much of a nature lover I am, so once I learnt about Lost Ember, an animal exploration game that puts you in the paws, wings, and fins…

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,…

Control Ultimate Edition (PC) Review

I like playing games which I know very little about so, not knowing what awaited me, I decided to give Control a try once it launched on Steam. The game piqued my interest right away with its sci-fi theme and strong female protagonist – I’m…

Descenders (PS4) Review

I have a guilty pleasure for games like Trials, adjusting your balance as you fly into the sky and perform tricks, trying not to break your neck as you come back down to Earth. Recently I’ve been playing through two games which utilise this concept…

Wintermoor Tactics Club (PS4) Review

I’ve been a fan of strategic tactical RPG games ever since I first played Final Fantasy Tactics on my GameBoy SP many years ago. Since then we’ve seen franchises such as Fire Emblem, XCom, The Banner Saga, Wasteland and even Mario via the creative Mario…

Kandagawa Jet Girls (PS4) Review

When I was growing up I loved Mario Kart: Double Dash, driving around with one character whilst my partner in crime was perched on the rear, throwing shells and banana peels at anyone who dared to approach me from behind. I was also quite fond…

New Super Lucky’s Tale (PS4) Review

Super Lucky’s Tale was a launch title for the now-discontinued Xbox One X back in 2017, also landing on the Windows 10 store at the same time. This ‘version’ of the game was later released on Steam until ‘New Super Lucky’s Tale‘ hit the Switch…

Giraffe and Annika (PS4) Review

Have you ever played a game which is so wholesome and sweet that you find yourself outputting an audible “awww” every now and again whilst you’re playing it? That pretty much sums up my experience with Giraffe and Annika, a rhythm-based action-adventure title from developer…