Little Nightmares Review

Monsters in your closet, the boogeyman under your bed, or bloody Mary standing right behind you in the mirror; imagine all of your childhood fears coming to l...

Lost Grimoires: Stolen Kingdom Review

As much as I'm a fan of Artifex Mundi's special brand of hidden object-meets-digital puzzle book, there was something about this latest one that just didn't hit the right spot.

Free Game Friday: Fallout Shelter

This week's Free Game Friday is the management simulator Fallout Shelter where you have to maintain your vault in the apocalyptic world of Fallout.

What Remains of Edith Finch Review

At times, What Remains of Edith Finch has enchanted me like nothing else. The storytelling is captivating in a way that few games ever manage to be.

Dragon Quest Heroes 2 Review

Offering you more freedom to explore and customise your characters, Dragon Quest Heroes 2 is undoubtedly a commendable follow-up to its predecessor even though it feels more than a little bit samey at times.

Cities: Skylines Review

Niche interest it may be, but if you favour construction over destruction, then Cities: Skylines offers a solid foundation for your future metropolis.

The Inner World Review

The Inner World is a brilliant little adventure set in a strange and captivating land with a main protagonist you can't help but adore.

10 Xbox One Games With an Easy 1000G

Love them or hate them, achievements are a big part of gaming. Going back a few years to my PS3 days – dark days I'd rather forget, mind – I played a myriad ...

Krai Mira: Extended Cut Review

The desolate wasteland of Krai Mira returns with this new edition. While it boasts more content than before, it doesn't really change the experience enough. Krai Mira: Extended Cut offers old school RPG fans something to enjoy, but isn't inviting f...

Outlast 2 Review

Released in 2013, Red Barrels’ Outlast was, and still is, one of the scariest game ever made. If you were to play through it and not suffer a few ‘Code Brown’...