F1 22 (PlayStation 5) Review

F1 22 is my least favourite Codemasters entry to date – that’s not to say it’s the worst, though.

Hands on: Microsoft Flight Simulator’s Top Gun: Maverick DLC (Xbox Series S) with Thrustmaster T.Flight Full Kit X

While the box office is currently being set alight by Tom Cruise in Top Gun: Maverick, the world of gaming is going through a bit of a drought…

Bugsnax (Nintendo Switch) Review

Bugsnax is the second game from Chicago-based indie developer Young Horses, whose debut title Octodad was a viral hit thanks to its zany humour perhaps instead of its inspired story…

The House of the Dead: Remake (PlayStation 4) Review

The House of the Dead is a relic of its era – an arcade classic from SEGA credited, along with Resident Evil, for the popularisation of zombies in mainstream…

Slipstream (PlayStation 4) Review

Slipstream is a great big nostalgic slap in the face for anyone that’s played a video game from the 90s. Not only in its remarkably similar gameplay and…

Grapple Dog (Nintendo Switch) Review

To put it simply, Grapple Dog is a side-scrolling platformer from designer and developer Joseph Gribbin, in which you play as a grappling hook-wielding dog named Pablo. It’s one…

Big Brain Academy: Brain vs. Brain (Nintendo Switch) Review

Big Brain Academy is one of those series which reared its head on Nintendo DS, at the pinnacle of Nintendo’s “Touch Generations” era, way back in 2005. Following…

White Shadows (PlayStation 5) Review

White Shadows is a 2.5D side-scrolling narrative adventure based in a city called Funworld, which despite its name seems to have been lost to darkness; a dystopian realm…

Death’s Door (PlayStation 5) Review

Death’s Door is the sophomore console release from two-man indie developer Acid Nerve, although the game carries itself with the confidence of a tried-and-tested triple-A sequel. The comparisons…

The Plane Effect (PlayStation 5) Review

The Plane Effect tries its best to be interesting but unfortunately fails to provide any entertainment value in what’s ultimately a pretentious, self-centred affair. Gaming is supposed…