Sylvio Review

A game about ghost hunting and capturing EVP recordings? Uh, hell yeah, I'm there.

Power Hover Review

From it gorgeous environments that will bring back memories of games past to its exceptional sound design, Power Hover is everything you can ask for from a game of its calibre.

2064: Read Only Memories Review

In the same way that a certain Michael J. Fox might be tempted to take a trip to the past in order to secure the future survival of his existence, 2064: Read On...

Tattletail Review

While Tattletail takes its cues from Five Nights at Freddy’s, it neverless offers more than just jump-scares. Terrifying and tense, this horror title will ensur...

The Binding of Isaac Afterbirth+ Review

Having dived into The Binding of Isaac's latest expansion, Afterbirth+, for several hours, I've still only scratched the surface. That's the very issue a lot...

Epic Manager Review

When we think of management games, the usual suspects come to mind. Sports, theme parks, and vehicle management have dominated the market for years. Then, on t...

Rise & Shine Review

It looks gorgeous, plays smoothly and is utterly addictive – as long as you've got the patience and skill. Super Awesome Hyper Dimensional Mega Team's first console release is well worth a look.

Kamio Recoil Review

Kamio Recoil's wafer-thin storyline – something about a squadron of five anime girls saving the world from demon invaders – is far from the worst thing on offer here.

Dustoff Heli Rescue Review

Over the years there have been a lot of video games and movies about the Vietnam War. The one element that almost all the media have in common, is the brutality...

Tales of Cosmos Review

With its distinctive visual approach and amusingly oddball characters, Tales of Cosmos isn’t lacking in charm. But this intergalactic adventure’s frustratingly ...

Townsmen Review

A medieval town-builder, Townsmen doesn’t really stand out amongst its competitors. But its joyful look and logistic-focused gameplay makes it worth your while ...

Magnet Knights Review

Local multiplayer is a dying art in video games. The days of gathering all your friends at one house, around one TV, are slowly fading. But there are still beac...

Rocket Riot Review

In most shooter games, the player starts out with a simple pistol, if any gun at all. Over the course of the game the weapons get more powerful. Eventually the ...

In Between Review

In Between is something rare indeed: a platformer with emotional storytelling that synthesises gameplay mechanics with its themes. Focusing on a dying man strug...

Glass Masquerade Review

I never used to have the patience for jigsaw puzzles. Well, that’s not completely true, I used to love them when I was a kid – but those were fifty piece puzzle...