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…

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…

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…

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…

Just Die Already (PlayStation 4) Review

It’s a ridiculously disgusting concept, but one which is fully embraced by the developer. If (for some reason) you were looking for a game in which you’re…

The Longing (Nintendo Switch) Review

One of the first games I bought which actively prevented me from continuously playing it was the Nintendo DS game Brain Age (or Dr Kawashima’s Brain Training in the UK). I…

Codemasters’ first F1 game under EA arrives on 16th July

F1 2021 is set to be a game of firsts. It’ll be the first Formula 1 game to launch on the now-current-generation consoles, and it’s the first…

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time (Nintendo Switch) Review

Activision snubbed the Nintendo Switch with its initial launch of Crash Bandicoot 4 back in October last year, instead focussing on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One versions. Six…