Bus Simulator 21 (PlayStation 4) Review

Bus Simulator 21 offers a cathartic toy box for the most dedicated of bus fanatics, with dozens of hours of gameplay hidden beneath its flaws. Unfortunately, it…

WRC 10 (PlayStation 5) Review

It’s hard to avoid comparisons between WRC 10 and the increasingly liberal depiction of rallying in the DIRT and Forza Horizon series, but where they’ve veered off…

I Am Dead (PlayStation 5) Review

Morris may be dead, but there’s no denying that Annapurna Interactive’s knack for publishing charming video games with unique gameplay is alive and kicking. Beyond its unique…

Foreclosed (PlayStation 5) Review

Antab Studio provides living proof that style should not come before substance in an eye-catching albeit below average shooter which would’ve felt at home on the PlayStation…

Omno (PlayStation 4) Review

If you have any interest in puzzle-platformers, don’t let Omno pass you by. It’s one of the most heartwarming adventures you can experience on PlayStation 4 with…

Night Book (PlayStation 4) Review

The FMV acting is great, as are the production values but ultimately the story just doesn’t hold up. There’s simply too much repetition required to uncover everything…

Blue Fire (PlayStation 4) Review

Blue Fire had all the potential to become a top-notch Zelda clone for PlayStation’s audience, but misses the mark significantly with dated level design, unwieldy controls and…

F1 2021 (PlayStation 5) Review

If you’ve grown tired of last year’s game then you can probably sit this iteration out; for first time players, or those returning after a couple of…

Chicory: A Colorful Tale (PlayStation 5) Review

Greg Lobanov has produced a game that has it all. It’s a truly heartwarming story with unique gameplay, clever puzzles and a colourful cast of characters in…

King of Seas (PlayStation 4) Review

King of Seas isn’t a terrible game, and it doesn’t do anything particularly offensive, however the culmination of frustrating combat, dull sequences in-between and poor pacing make…