Zombies are – by now – the single most overdone video game enemy at this point. However, 1996 marked the release of a game set in 1998, that – despite […]
Review: Stranger of Paradise – Final Fantasy Origin is a goofy, deeply satisfying instant cult classic
Those willing to overlook its limitations are likely to enjoy a goofy, challenging and admirably ambitious game – just like Team Ninja frequently do so well.
Battlegrounds is a fun diversion for the WWE 2K series, but ultimately ends up feeling more like a mid-carder than a main event talent.
Visual novel aficionados may be left unsatisfied by its mechanics and presentation; but there’s plenty of heart to be found in this adaptation of George Orwell’s classic novel.
An incredibly entertaining and pleasantly compelling narrative-driven game; one that’s self-aware without smugly winking-and-nodding at the audience. That’s not an easy feat, but The Wild Gentlemen have clearly made great efforts to create a world that can make you laugh out loud without sabotaging its narrative.
Fans of The Walking Dead might be a bit disappointed by how the crossover manifests in the writing. But if you’re potentially hungry for a challenging and mentally satisfying puzzle game with a bit of Walker-slaying flavour, it’s a fun little experiment, even if slightly undercooked.
Whether you’re an old-school Garry’s Mod fan looking for some Prop Hunt nostalgia, or just looking for a well-priced bit of multiplayer mayhem, you can’t go wrong with Witch It.
The return of Nemesis wraps up the remake trilogy nicely, even if it doesn’t live up to the same standards.
Despite some clever ideas and a fun story, Ary and the Secret of Seasons is let down by countless bugs, performance issues and poor presentation.
Fall Guys is a goofy, hilarious breath of fresh air in the over-saturated Battle Royale genre. It has great long-term multiplayer potential if it continues to build on its solid foundations.