Reviews

Song of Horror Review

Inspired by iconic franchises that immortalised the genre such as Silent Hill and Resident Evil, Song of Horror borrows heavily from the 90’s iterations of the aforementioned titles to create its own interesting and disturbing world of darkness and horror.…

Violett Remastered Review

The titular Violett’s striking purple hair is as vibrant as the world her point and click adventure unfolds in. Having recently moved into a new home in the country with her parents, Violett is drawn to a glowing light in…

Ratchet and Clank Review

At the turn of the sixth generation, CD roms turned into DVD discs, Naughty Dog created Jak and Daxter after Crash Bandicoot on the Playstation, and Insomniac Games created Ratchet and Clank after Spyro the Dragon on the Playstation…you see…

The Last Kids on Earth and the Staff of Doom Review

A post-apocalyptic setting teeming with hordes of zombies and monsters is home to four courageous teens as they fight to save the city of Wakefield from the evil Malondre, Queen of the Slime Monsters. The Last Kids on Earth and…

Cosmic Top Secret Review

Cosmic Top Secret is many things. For one, it is the name of the video game this review focuses on but that itself is not even as simple as it seems. This game is an autobiographical adventure somewhat inspired by…

GHOST ‘N GOBLINS RESSURECTION REVIEW

GHOSTS N GOBLINS RESURRECTION  Anyone who knows me knows that Ghouls n Ghosts or Ghosts n Goblins is probably my all time favourite game series. With that said Resurrection has been available on the Nintendo Switch since the 25th February…

Train Station Renovation Review

There’s something very satisfying and relaxing about being presented a train station in complete disarray and tasked with cleaning, repairing and restoring it. Train Station Renovation is exactly as described. From removing all litter, tearing down broken benches and clearing…

Just Die Already Review

The first I ever heard or saw of Just Die Already was its description in an article and I instantly realised I needed no further information to purchase. Check it out below as it appears on the Microsoft Store: “Just…

Alan Sharp – Chapter 0: Prologue Review

Alan Sharp wants to be a lot of things, an ambitious experiment from the two developer team that comprise Mystive Studios. An episodic first person horror with puzzle solving elements from the perspective of Sam Whithers, formerly the assistant of…

Mass Effect: Legendary Edition Review

On November 20 2007 Mass Effect launched exclusively on Xbox 360. At the time it was a fresh science fiction space opera take on the RPG genre. Five years and two sequels later the trilogy was available on Xbox, PlayStation…