Celeste meets Zelda in this Hollow Knight drenched indie. Did we paint a picture for you?
Filament from Beard Envy (no relation) is a sci-fi puzzler that challenges the mind as well as your patience.
Is Super Punch Patrol that budget brawler you’ve been waiting or just a Streets of Rage wannabe desperate for your wallet?
Does your day job suck? Often feel under-appreciated and overworked? Then do I have a deal for you…An all-expense paid trip to purgatory in Draw Chilly.
TribeToy-published ‘Bow to Blood: Last Captain Standing’ is a visual marvel, vibrant and brimming with personality >
Riddled Corpses EX is a twin-stick shooter from French developer COWCAT and is now available on all current-gen formats >
In 1970, a then-young professor by the name of Masahiro Mori looked to explain the eerie state that the human mind succumbs to when presented with a human-like robot, starting with empathy and quickly turning to revulsion. He coined this term, the 'Uncanny Valley' >
Trine Enchanted Ed Release 09/11/2018 Switch version tested Review code provided I didn’t know much about the game before I started playing Trine. Yet, from the few screenshots I saw, I was immediately intrigued. I took it upon myself to review it and here I am. Trine Enchanted Edition is a port of the game... Continue Reading →
Dexteritrip Release 29/11/2018 Switch version tested Review code provided In the last week I wrote my review for Shift Happens (Insert Shameless Plug Here), and discussed the genre of the Puzzle Platformer and its occasional resurgence in gaming. Well ladies and gentlemen, when it rains, it pours. Dexteritrip is a futuristic puzzle platformer that is... Continue Reading →
Bertram Fiddle: ABP Release 22/11/2018 Switch version tested Review code provided Bertram Fiddle is a Victorian comedy murder mystery that plays as a very traditional adventure/point and click game. When the game starts you find Bertram down on his luck and working at a soap factory as his adventuring has been lacklustre since the end of... Continue Reading →
Escape Doodland Release 30/11/2018 Switch version tested Review code provided In recent months, I have spent considerable time pondering what I look for in a game. I have settled upon one key question: 'What does this game offer that others do not?' If something of note can be provided in response, then it is my... Continue Reading →