Top Run (PS4) Review

One of my favourite casual games of 2019 was Hero Express, a Trials-like game in which you drive various vehicles across a bumpy landscape as you try to reach the finish line in one piece. That game was both developed and published by Fantastico Studio,…

Draugen (PS4) Review

Not too long ago I reviewed Draugen on Steam (HERE), an interactive narrative-heavy adventure game which perfectly sucks you into the beautiful visuals and relaxing atmosphere of the isolated town of Graavik in Norway. However, due to the age of my hardware, the experience wasn’t…

39 Days to Mars (PS4) Review

39 Days to Mars is a game which I’d not heard of until a few weeks ago, despite originally launching back in April 2018 on the PC after a successful Kickstarter in 2014. It’s a co-operative enforced game which lets you both play with another…

Spaceland (PS4) Review

Back in March 2019 I played and reviewed The Braveland Trilogy on the Nintendo Switch, a simplified Heroes of Might and Magic-like game from developer Tortuga Team. Later that year the developers released Spaceland, their simplified Xcom-like game on Apple Arcade, Steam and the Nintendo…

Zombie Army 4: Dead War (PS4) Review

There are two things in life which people love to shoot the hell out of (in video games), Zombies and the Nazis. Rebellion has provided an answer to this strangely satisfying urge for a while now through their Zombie Army games, games which borrow a…

Journey to the Savage Planet (PS4) Review

Does anyone remember No Man’s Sky? The overly ambitious game which launched to negative reviews due to under-delivering on almost every promise it made during development (until it was revamped around 2-3 years later)? Well, imagine that game, only with working co-op from day one,…