Ever since ARMS debuted with a trailer showing a grown man punching a schoolgirl in the face, it’s clear Nintendo were thinking outside of the box with this one.
Yooka-Laylee is now old news, it’s at least two weeks old and that means that the time for talking about it has passed. Yet, here I am talking about it. A lot of critics have lowered the score due to it feeling too 90’s… I’m not sure that is a fair criticism, so here I […]
Vignettes is a game that expects you to take a unique perspective on things to win. But will gamers be comfortable adjusting their view-point?
There are few games out there that manage to tie together the smallest of details throughout a thirty-hour story in a way that leaves the player with a grand sense of conclusion, yet at the same time leaves them desiring so much more from the world they have become so ingrained in.
3, 2, 1…Goemon. Mario Kart clones are ten-a-penny, but Konami Krazy Racers remains one of the very best.
The second set of DLC is out now (it actually came out yesterday) and after a very strong offering from the first pack, players were excited to see what Capcom could bring to the table this time around. Read on to find out in our Spoiler Safe Banned Footage Vol. 2 review.
Ninety-five percent of my aimless internet wandering is viewing memes and chuckling to myself “I get that reference”. The remaining five percent is when I terrify myself with a popular saying that I don’t understand and causes me to have a deep existential crisis. “Cash Me Outside” is an example of this.
Long Journey is the minimalist story of life told through visual metaphor by a boat travelling from left to right across the screen. But is this a speed-boat across crystal clear Tunisian water? Or an iceberg, dead ahead, bound to plummet our ships to the icy depths?
Critics and players are saying this title is a return to form for the series. Find out what it is like to creep around spooky mansions in 2017 in our Resident Evil 7 review. Buckle up, son!
Ubisoft has brought something new to the table with Steep. Never before have we had a purely online, open-world, skiing/snowboarding game. One that allows you to experience the social aspects of the world of extreme outdoors sports and being better than you could ever hope to be in real life. But is Steep the lift up this […]