Claybook – Nintendo Switch | Review

Claybook – Nintendo Switch | Review

Indie developers Second Order have created a rich, colourful and original puzzle game that shines as a technical marvel but forgets to provide the fun - welcome to Claybook. When I was younger I used to love playing with clay and Play-Doh. The idea of moulding this colourful smelly and…read more >
Beat Cop – Nintendo Switch | Review

Beat Cop – Nintendo Switch | Review

11-bit studios have created a pixel art styled 80’s cop romp that leaves a sour taste in the mouth. Unashamedly based upon the classic cop shows of the 1980s (something the developers state at the beginning of the game), Beat Cop puts you in the shoes of Jack Kelly, a…read more >
Tetris 99 – Nintendo Switch | Review

Tetris 99 – Nintendo Switch | Review

Second only to Link’s Awakening, Tetris 99 was a surprise to many when it was announced at last week’s Nintendo Direct. Tetris 99 has been everywhere for the last week and has divided opinion since its launch. The game has some great aspects, mixed with the ‘Battle Royale’ variant which has…read more >
Steins Gate Elite – PS4 | Review

Steins Gate Elite – PS4 | Review

Visual novels, why do we even class them as games. Stein's Gate Elite is essentially a remaster of the original title. Unlike most remasters that take ugly polygons and turns them into gorgeous looking 3D models, Steins Gate takes still art from the original game and swaps it out for…read more >
Dungeon Stars – Nintendo Switch | Review

Dungeon Stars – Nintendo Switch | Review

Dungeons, loot, combat and RPG elements. Has someone been looking at my Christmas list? It's no secret I love a good RPG, the worlds, the weapons, the quests and just being transported to a new world really resonates with me. I like upgrading my characters and watching them grow, get…read more >