Category Archives: Reviews
The Vanishing of Ethan Carter Xbox One Review: Disappearing Act

[Disclosure: A review copy was provided for the contents of this article] Whilst I often find myself disillusioned by walking…

The Escapists 2 Nintendo Switch Review: Breaking Free
The Escapists 2 Nintendo Switch Review

[Disclosure: A review copy was provided for the contents of this article] When I first played The Escapists a few…

Sparkle Unleashed Nintendo Switch Review: Highly Addictive
Sparkle Unleashed Review

[Disclosure: A review copy was provided for the contents of this article] Featuring dozens upon dozens of levels, power-ups, several…

A Hat in Time Review: Bowler-ed Away

[Disclosure: A review copy was provided for the contents of this article] My review of A Hat in Time is…

KontrolFreek Performance Thumbsticks for Nintendo Switch Review: Handy

[Disclosure: A review unit was provided for the contents of this article] In a break from the normal act of…

Hello Neighbor Xbox One Review: Burglary

[Disclosure: A review copy was provided for the contents of this article] People reading my work on a website called…

TPCast HTC Vive Wireless VR Adapter Review: Cumbersome But Necessary

TPCast’s HTC Vive wireless adapter is available right now for $299.99. After shipping and taxes don’t expect to pay anything…

The Surge: A Walk in the Park DLC Review: Riding High Again
The Surge A Walk In The park Review

[Disclosure: A review copy was provided for the contents of this article] When it first came out just over six…

SOMA Xbox One Review: Give me SOMA-Thing to Talk About
Soma Xbox One Review

SOMA, as you may know, is a two year old PC game from Frictional Games, the makers of the classic…

Portal Knights Nintendo Switch Review: Through the Looking Glass
Portal Knights Nintendo Switch Review

When I first reviewed Portal Knights on the PS4 earlier this year, I remember being surprised by how it mixed…

Yomawari: Midnight Shadows Review: Darkest Before Dawn
Yomawari Midnight Shadows Review

At the outset of Yomawari, I was absolutely captivated by its impressively understated visuals and its cute characters, but within…

Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2: Another Brick in the Wall
Lego Marvel Super Heroes 2 Review

Whilst Marvel Superheroes 2 feels something like the hundredth (it’s actually the nineteenth) Lego game produced by the team at…

Tower 57 Review: Almost Human…
Tower 57 Review

I really wanted to love Tower 57. It’s everything that I think a new-school, pixelated, hand-drawn, twin-stick shooter should be……

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