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Swapperoo Review

Swapperoo is an average yet enjoyable puzzle game by Fallen Tree Games Ltd. It is a colour co-ordinating square switching type of game, in...

Lovely Planet Review

I am not even sure how to start off describing Lovely Planet, a game by QuickTequila first released on Steam in July 2014, and now...

Starpoint Gemini 2 Review

Have you ever played Starpoint Gemini? In fact, have you ever even heard of it? Nope, me neither, until Starpoint Gemini 2 landed on...
FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15

FIM Speedway Grand Prix 15 Review

I've driven a motorbike before. I've even done a wheelie. Okay, I didn't mean to do it, and once I'd gotten the bike back under...

Dirt Rally Review (PC)

Being in the driving seat of a rally car is one of the most exhilarating experiences you can ever have. Speeding around the track, wrestling...

Turnover Review

"Hostile takeover" is a term most people are familiar with. But this is a literal hostile takeover, with guns, flamethrowers and dogs all courtesy...
Red Game Without a Great Name

Red Game Without A Great Name Review

By Conor Bailey When a game can use a simplistic mechanic and get so much out of it, as well as carving out its own...

Super Toy Cars Review

What do you get if you cross the classic top down racing game Micro Machines with Super Mario Kart? It’s not a joke, so...
6180 the moon

6180 the moon Review

Since you hardly ever see them together, you'd be forgiven for thinking the moon and the sun weren't all that close. But apparently the...

Turok: Dinosaur Hunter Review

If Microsoft's PR department is to be believed, Halo and Gears of War are the video game franchises that defined the last two generations...

Undertale Review

You're suddenly confronted by an Ed who's holding a fishing rod... even though there's no water nearby. Looks like here's been standing here for a...

Elite: Dangerous Review

If you doubt the veracity of one of Tom Petty's most well-known lyrics all you need to do is go and get yourself a...
Monstro: Battle Tactics

Monstro: Battle Tactics Review

Monstro: Battle Tactics is an unusual game to say the least. Developed by retrocade.net, it states on their website it is a "fully deterministic logic game...

THE BIT.TRIP Review

Let's take a trip my friends, a bit.trip (eh, eh?). By now, I'm sure most of you have heard of the BIT.TRIP series of games....
Fat Princess Adventures

Fat Princess Adventures Review

Sometimes, the winding road of progress can be a mixed bag. Either you believe the older ways are the better ways, or you welcome change...

Baseball Riot Review

Are you familiar with a game called King Oddball? Or even Tennis in the Face? If you are, then you’ll know just what to...
The Mean Greens Plastic Warfare

The Mean Greens: Plastic Warfare Review

By Morgan Davies Back in the days of childhood, when almost every kid owned a tub of miniature army figures, they created a world of...
Valhalla Hills

Valhalla Hills Review

Odin, Wodan, Wotan, Wotun, Allfather, Anthony Hopkins (pick any one of the hundreds of names he's known by across the world) - the high...

AX:EL – Air Xenodawn Review

By Conor Bailey It's a fair assumption to say a lot of us have a love of dog-fighting in games, and we don't nearly see...
Star Wars Battlefront

Star Wars: Battlefront Review

"Is the dark side stronger?" Luke Skywalker’s famous question is so much more than a mere enquiry as to the metric strength of one mystical...
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