Skully (PS4) Review

I saw Skully on Twitter about a week ago, a game which I’ve never heard of prior to the tweet, and I instantly fell in love with the way it looks. The gameplay, aesthetic, art style, and mechanics all looked super cute and very interesting,…

Fairy Tail (PS4) Review

Koei Tecmo have published a few games this generation which are based on an anime, Arslan, Berserk, Attack on Titan, and One Piece Pirate Warriors to name a few. These have all played similar to their own Dynasty and Samurai Warrior franchises, bar Attack on…

Megadimension Neptunia VII (Switch) Review

Pudding, oppai, eggplants, shower scenes, dogoo’s, and CPU’s… yes, we’re talking about a ‘new’ Neptunia entry, as you may have guessed from the Eggplant inclusion. I say ‘new’ but in reality, I’m taking a look at Megadimension Neptunia VII (V2, not 7), a port of…

Superliminal (PS4) Review *Updated*

Things aren’t always as they seem – this is the main thing you need to keep in mind when playing Superliminal, the most ingenious and mind-blowing puzzle game I’ve ever experienced. I don’t think I’ve ever played anything which has had me gasp in disbelief…

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…

Radio Squid (PS4) Review

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a cursed squid that can shoot enemies to the beat of a siren song? Me neither, but you can do just that in Radio Squid! Developed by Pixel Teriyaki and published by Ratalaika Games, Radio Squid…