Pokemon is such an important franchise for me and one of my favourites of all time. Pokemon Red was one of the first games I ever played and it got me into gaming as a child. Its core formula has stayed the same over the 20+ years and that's been fine as its stuck to handheld... Continue Reading →
Developed by SpidersPublished by Focus Home InteractiveAvailable on Xbox One, PS4, PCReviewed on Xbox One XIt wasn't too long ago that Bioware was seen as the predominant developer when it came to story and character driven Western RPG's. But their decline over the last few years has left a void in the genre. Apart from... Continue Reading →
Man of Medan tries to recapture what made Until Dawn so great back in 2015. While it succeeds in a number of areas, it ultimately can’t reach the same height of its predecessor.
Sagebrush is a short but memorable, chilling mystery indie game. A unique art style and tense atmosphere are offset somewhat by limited gameplay.
This sci-fi, mystery game provides a compelling premise that somewhat delivers, however, it stumbles in its storytelling and twist due to its short length, technical issues and inconsistent plot.
Fire Emblem: Three Houses is a shining example for the franchise. Boasting a stellar, dramatic story, diverse, memorable characters and engaging combat, this is perhaps the greatest game on the Switch so far.
The Sinking City boasts an intriguing main storyline, engaging side missions and smart detective mechanics. However it often sinks under the weight of its own ambitions.
A brilliant and macabre tale that explores the relationships between friends and family in the face of horror. Smart and engaging gameplay accompany this hauntingly beautiful experience.
A game that has promises of greatness, but its fun and engaging combat, interesting world and characters can't compensate a short and lacklustre story, repetitive structure and lack of endgame content.