Devious Dungeon 2 – PS4 | Review

Devious Dungeon 2 – PS4 | Review

Here we go again then, another Ratalaika game review for you to mull over. Ratalaika is heavily known in the gaming sphere for their easy to complete indie games and when on PlayStation, easy to obtain platinum trophies. I like a good platinum trophy myself and their games are normally…read more >
Darkwood – PS4 | Review

Darkwood – PS4 | Review

Too many games hold your hand too tightly, I remember as kid games being quite difficult. No generous checkpoints, no infinite lives, you normally had your three lives and had to make them count. Modern games, in the majority, are very forgiving. You can usually die as many times as…read more >
Crashbots – Nintendo Switch | Review

Crashbots – Nintendo Switch | Review

While reviewing Crashbots I went through a plethora of emotions. I went from happiness to frustration, from frustration back to happiness and in the end, I did not really know what to feel about it. It's quite a strange game that at times I enjoyed but it's not really something…read more >
Trüberbrook – PS4 | Review

Trüberbrook – PS4 | Review

Trüberbrook brings back some of my point and click gameplay nostalgia. It reminds of my lofty PC gaming days playing games like ToonStruck and the various LucasArts classics. Since then though I have started working in IT and there's nothing I want to see less when I get home than…read more >
Modern Tales: Age of Invention – PS4 | Review

Modern Tales: Age of Invention – PS4 | Review

Another Artifex Mundi game, another chilled out relaxing platinum trophy. In the overwhelming bog of triple-A titles being released, it's nice now and again to relax and play something simple and easy going. I do like these games between big, all-encompassing titles because they don't take too much time and…read more >
Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – PS4 | Review

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice – PS4 | Review

It's here people, Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, a game that will be brilliant and frustrating in equal measure. I know a lot of people, including myself have been waiting in anticipation for what From Software will create next. The Soulsbourne games, as they have been lovingly dubbed on the internet…read more >
The Messenger – PS4 | Review

The Messenger – PS4 | Review

I had heard of The Messenger before I was asked to review it. In fact, I have nearly bought it a few times for the Nintendo Switch after hearing it's glowing reviews. It's a good job I didn’t in the end though, otherwise, I would not be here discussing the…read more >