Tag Archives: Game Review


  • Crypt of the NecroDancer Review

    Some games feel unloved, devoid of any soul, almost sterile.  Pushed through their miserable development cycle serving only to line the pockets...

  • ‘Slow Down, Bull’ Review

    It’s fair to say that Slow Down, Bull isn’t the type of game people normally associate with developers Insomniac Games. After all,...

  • ‘We Are Doomed’ Review

    We Are Doomed is a twin stick shooter that is fast paced and set to relaxing music. This is one of the few games that you will play that does...

  • Tower of Guns Review

    Tower of Guns kind of feels like a throwback to the arcade days when high scores mattered, speed mattered, and people weren’t really worried...

  • Final Fantasy Type-0 HD Review

    Final Fantasy Type-0 HD first started as a PSP game in Japan, but has since been re-skinned for a release on current-gen consoles to give Western...

  • Out There: Omega Edition Review

    I’ve just managed to escape the terrifying pull of a black hole, I’m running low on fuel and a system with a gas giant is my only hope. I...

  • Bloodborne Review: Bark at the Moon

    There is something special about Bloodborne. From Software’s latest title, exclusive to the PlayStation 4, is undoubtedly the best game of...

  • Paperbound Review

    Dissident Logic’s Paperbound is a local-only multiplayer brawler in the vein of Super Smash Bros. with one main game changing twist, as...

  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask 3D Review

    The world of Termina has met with a terrible fate. The once cheerful residents of Clock Town have become distraught with fear. The swamp to...

  • Ironcast Review

    Puzzle games are everywhere these days, in fact they’re practically the Stormtroopers of the newfound ‘Casual’ Game Empire....

  • Axiom Verge Review

    Axiom Verge is a little indie game that is packed full of action and story. Never has a game fully embraced glitches like Axiom Verge does....

  • Shiftlings Review

    On the outside, Shiftlings looks like it’s going to be a mix of Crash Bandicoot and Ratchet & Clank. You’re part of an alien reality...

  • Shelter 2 Review

    Nature is both beautiful and terrifying, especially if you find yourself a few rungs below the local apex predators. Shelter 2, developed by...

  • Ori and the Blind Forest Review

    Ori and the Blind Forest debuted at E3 2014 after Moon Studios had kept its development secret to the light-up bracelet wearing crowd during...

  • ScreamRide Review

    Frontier Developments, the studio behind the RollerCoaster Tycoon franchise, has a new title for thrill seekers to experience on the Xbox 360...

  • The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 Review

    In 2012, a small German developer, King Art, released a point and click adventure game, The Book of Unwritten Tales, to critical acclaim. Not...

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