War Tech Fighters – Review

War Tech Fighters is a game that reminds me of a childhood favourite “Mechwarrior” combined with a bit of “Freelancer”, throw in some movies such as Transformers and Pacific Rim and you get War Tech Fighters. War Tech Fighters has run with the idea of humans piloting huge machines to

Crash Team Racing: Nitro Fueled – Review

The year is 1999, a mere 5 years since the release of Sony’s PlayStation. We’ve currently spent half a decade with family friend like characters such as a dragon named Spyro, a strange slave escapee on Oddworld called Abe, a British tomb raider named Lara Croft and a cooky, orange

MotoGP 19 – Review

I’ve never really been much of a Motorsport fan as I’ve never really understood the fascination of watching V8’s, F1’s or even Super trucks go around the same track time and time again. But hey, if that’s what tickles your fancy, I’m not one to judge. That said, I don’t

F1 2019 – Review

First and foremost, I need to give a bit of a disclaimer. This review is going to look very similar to one I have done in the past, and there is a reason for that. A lot of sports based games that are released yearly don’t really seem to offer

My Friend Pedro – Review

If you know me as a gamer, I live for an in-depth, fleshed out story that takes my mind on a journey. The quite manic, split personality in me sometimes (…just sometimes…) likes to blindly and remorselessly gun down hombres in an explosion of gore and violence. ‘My Friend Pedro’

Devolver Bootleg – Review

It’s such a thrill to see major companies create a game, seemingly “taking the mickey”or make fun of themselves in a good way. Ubisoft did it with their game Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon, Rare did it with their raunchy adult take on a lovable creature Conkers Bad Fur Day

Layers Of Fear 2 – Review

Layers of Fear 2 is a psychological horror video game developed and published by Bloober Team who are the minds behind the first Layers of Fear and Observer. I love anything to do with horror, especially gaming! Outlast 1 & 2, Friday the 13th, I even played Slenderman when it

Fallout 76: Nuclear Winter – First Impressions

Fallout 76 has jumped on the wagon and have decided to dabble a little into that battle royal experience calling it “Nuclear Winter. Their interpretation on the Battle Royal Genre actually looked interesting, I’ve tried giving it ago multiple times and yet to find a match that had a reasonable

Kerbal Space Program – Review

When you were growing up, I’m sure the ice breaker many adults used to try and have a conversation with you (that didn’t require impersonating the high pitched speaking voice of an action figure or a doll) was “What do you want to be when you grow up?”. I’m double

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth – Review

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is the follow up to “Persona Q: Shadow of the Labyrinth” and is a Dungeon Crawler RPG for the 3DS, which is a spin-off from the Persona Series. The story follows Joker and the gang “Phantom Thieves of Hearts”. The gang decides they want to

Unruly Heroes – Review

Unruly Heroes follows four unlikely characters on their journey to the west in this side scrolling action adventure. If you didn’t already know, this game follows monkey and his three companions in a story that is inspired by the Chinese legend ‘A journey to the west’ better known as the

Blades of Time – Review

Blades of Time for the Nintendo Switch was released on the 14th Of May 2019, made by Gaijin Entertainment and published by Konami and Iceberg Interactive. Straight out of the gate I had the feeling that I was playing a sort of knock off version of Tomb Raider, which is

My Lovely Daughter – Review

What would you do to save a life? Would you take the lives of many to save someone you care about? Even if you are destroying your own creations you have cherished? These are the Frankenstein and his monster type questions you must ask yourself in My Lovely Daughter by

Blood & Truth – Review

I remember as a kid, running around the back yard pretending to be a soldier, or a police officer, carrying a stick or a big block of LEGO because I didn’t have toy guys. (My pocket money was spent on video games for the most part) I’d run around for

Gato Roboto – Review

Ever wondered what would happen if you replaced ‘Samus’ from the ‘Metroid’ series with a cat? And say this cat had access to an impressive arsenal of giant robotic mech suits and weaponry, whilst roaming an isolate space planet? Sounds insane, yet awesome, right?! Well, Devolver Digital, the studio that

Super Cane Magic ZERO – Review

When you tell people you work as a reviewer for a gaming website, they generally get very excited, “Oh, you get to play all the cool games before they’re released!” or “Oh I’ve always wanted to do that! It must be so easy!” The reality is quite different. Now don’t

Lapis X Labyrinth – Review

Lapis X Labyrinth is a side scrolling JPRPG platformer that I found myself thrown into the deep end from the get-go. The main screen doesn’t feature much except from “start new game” and some basic aesthetics and unfortunately, it doesn’t give you the option to adjust the difficulty, sound or

Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love – Review

BY FAR, THE BEST INDIE GAME I’VE HAD THE PLEASURE OF REVIEWING! Now that I’ve got your attention, let’s get down to why I made this gigantic exclaim straight off the bat. Irony Curtain: From Matryoshka with Love is a funny, tongue-in-cheek take on the Point-and-Click adventure games from yester-year.

Heaven’s Vault – Review

A well-traveled looking woman stands in front of a mountain. The dusty plains whip sand around, blinding her vision. Still, she continues forward with her robotic sidekick following eagerly behind. After a brief climb, she exclaims: “We’ve made it”. The camera pans out to reveal a hut and a path

Observation – Review

Science fiction has always been a big part of my life. From an early age, Star Wars: Empire Strikes Back was always a favorite film. Video games have giving me the opportunity to live out situations that I’ll never be able to achieve in reality. The romance of living aboard

RAGE 2 – Review

Put on your pink warpaint, hair spray up that mohawk and dust off your ass-less chaps because RAGE 2 is finally here. Leave your dignity at the door because the rude and crude apocalyptic wasteland is back. Despite its name, RAGE 2 is nothing but pure enjoyment. Developed by Avalanche

Gato Roboto – Preview

Even wondered what would happened if you replaced ‘Samus’ from the ‘Metroid’ series with a cat? And say this cat had access to an impressive arsenal of giant robotic mech suits and weaponary, whilst roaming an isolate space planet? Sounds insane, yet awesome, right?! Well Devolver Digital, the studio that

Days Gone – Review

I like to think my zombie apocalypse survival plan is pretty simple, but it assumes that I am in a shopping centre when it begins. Get into the ceiling; move around as quietly as possibly; scavenge what basic survival gear Australian shops contain and wait it out until the zombies

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