Pokemon Shield Review

Pokémon is nothing short of being a cultural phenomenon that has taken the world by storm. What began as two games in Japan back in 1996 has since churned out another 7 generations of main-line games, several spin-off titles and has been adapted into both TV and film spanning well over a dozen films and … Continue reading Pokemon Shield Review

Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Review

Ultimate Alliance is somehow a series I have never played before now, which is strange considering my affinity for all things Marvel. When Marvel Ultimate Alliance the 3rd was announced at The Game Awards last year, I rejoiced and revelled at the thought of being able to jump in the series finally and beat the … Continue reading Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order Review

Everspace Review

ROCKFISH Games is comprised of a team that for the most part has been together for ten plus years primarily on mobile titles, Everspace is their first venture into the PC and Console territory. The single-player rogue-like space shooter looks to cement the developers place in the market and perhaps provide a great first impression. … Continue reading Everspace Review

Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek Review

tinyBuild has done a great job in building its portfolio over the past five years with many titles being well received such as Mr. Shifty, The Final Station and Party Hard 2. There are other games however that haven’t exactly shone bright. Hello Neighbor released last year for the first time yet before that is … Continue reading Hello Neighbor: Hide and Seek Review

Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded Review

Touhou Project has not always had the opportunity to show its best face in the west. The bullet hell shoot-’em-up line that established the series’ characters and world is fantastic, but obscure. The titles that get the most attention and exposure are localized doujin games belonging to different genres. This means people are plopped into sub-par … Continue reading Touhou Genso Wanderer Reloaded Review

LEGO The Incredibles Review

As LEGO games have proved in the past they are the perfect palette cleanser between those big releases, that offer something different in terms of aesthetics, gameplay mechanics and are packed with fun moments. The Incredibles or even Disney and Pixar may just be one the most ideal names and brands out there to put … Continue reading LEGO The Incredibles Review

Phantom Trigger Review

I try my best to avoid a lot of indie titles. Not because of the overall quality but because there are so bloody many! I want to get my hands on most but really haven't the time or more importantly ...the funds. Enter Phantom Trigger, another TinyBuild published title. Developed by Bread Team which have … Continue reading Phantom Trigger Review