Pode – PS4 | Review

Pode – PS4 | Review

Pode takes us on a journey of friendship; it’s an indie puzzle game developed by Henchman & Goon, a title which launched on Nintendo Switch in summer last year, and it has finally made its way onto PS4, not a moment too soon. From the very get-go, Pode is very…read more >
Far Cry: New Dawn – PS4 | Review

Far Cry: New Dawn – PS4 | Review

When Ubisoft announced Far Cry New Dawn not even a year after the release of Far Cry 5 I was wary, to say the least - they did a similar thing with Far Cry Primal and it just didn’t do it for me, I did, however, love Far Cry 5,…read more >
Drowning – Nintendo Switch | Review

Drowning – Nintendo Switch | Review

Mental health is a topic that has become a common theme in video games over the last few years. They create a wonderful platform of interactivity that allows developers to explore depression, anxiety, psychosis and more in a way that is both relatable and entertaining. Drowning is one such game;…read more >
Vane – PS4 | Review

Vane – PS4 | Review

VANE’s opening sequence drops you into pure chaos, a storm rages on while you run blindly around trying to escape the world falling apart under your feet. After a minute of clambering around you finally find sanctuary in the form of a house, only to have the door closed abruptly…read more >
GRIS – Nintendo Switch | Review

GRIS – Nintendo Switch | Review

Having just finished my first playthrough of GRIS, I am feeling somewhat lost. The kind of melancholy one only feels when they close the last page on a really, really good book, or watch the credits role on a game that is fantastic beyond words. Fantastic beyond words only just…read more >