Gal Metal – Nintendo Switch | Review

Gal Metal – Nintendo Switch | Review

Throw up those devil horns and get ready to rock cause Gal Metal from DMM Games is coming to Nintendo Switch. If you’ve ever fancied yourself as the next Lars Ulrich, then look no further as you will look equally as ridiculous as the old man behind the drums of…read more >
Call of Cthulhu – PS4 | Review

Call of Cthulhu – PS4 | Review

Lovecraft was a bad man. Some say he’s a man of his time but really, he was a terrible man. Which makes it a difficult pill to swallow that his influence can be felt all over literature and media. Whether you can disassociate the person from the art or not,…read more >
Fast Striker – PS4 | Review

Fast Striker – PS4 | Review

Say it with me – SHMUPS! The good kind! The kind that was built for the arcade. The kind that had you pump in coin after coin of your pocket money to win the adoration of your friends after dodging seas of bullets and taking down huge mechs. Fast Striker…read more >
My Memory of Us – PS4 | Review

My Memory of Us – PS4 | Review

There aren’t many games about the holocaust. It’s pretty obvious why of course. It’s not a subject that developers tend to approach due to its horrific nature. A huge stain on human history. It’s obviously extremely difficult to write an engaging and hopeful story within such a setting. Let me…read more >
Party Crashers – PS4 | Review

Party Crashers – PS4 | Review

I’ve played a lot of party games in my time. No, I’m not talking about twister or strip poker, I’m talking about games like Mario Party, Gang Beasts and Mount Your Friends. Games that have everyone at the party glued to the TV, cheering on their team or cursing when…read more >
Metal Max Xeno – PS4 | Review

Metal Max Xeno – PS4 | Review

Do we need to fear AI? It seems to be a hot topic right now and there are plenty of games out there that seem to delve into the issue. Just look a Quantic Dream’s latest game Detroit: Become Human, all about androids that become sentient and stage an uprising…read more >
428: Shibuya Scramble – PS4 | Review

428: Shibuya Scramble – PS4 | Review

When visual novel games are done right they can be absolutely tremendous. The Ace Attorney series to me is the beacon to all these types of narrative-driven games. An incredible cast of characters taking part in a story full of twists and turns and loaded with enough player interaction to…read more >
Yakuza Kiwami 2 – PS4 | Review

Yakuza Kiwami 2 – PS4 | Review

Loading up Yakuza Kiwami 2 for the first time I am met with a familiarity that the series has afforded. During this journey with everyone’s favourite serious, yet gold-hearted Kazuma Kiryu, I have fought off hordes of hooligans using a bicycle, played darts in a bar during a story mission…read more >