Disclaimer: Sloth Tales was provided to us free for the purposes of review. Sloth Tales is a charming enough little platformer from Dracula’s Cave. Clocking in at roughly an hour’s max playtime, it doesn’t exactly revolutionise the genre. But at the low, low price of free, that’s hardly a sin. For what is essentially a playable trailer for their latest game, Lion Quest Infinity, it … Continue reading Sloth Tales Review: Short and Sweet Platforming
Amnesia: Rebirth was provided to us by Frictional Games for the purpose of review. Significant spoilers ahead for Amnesia: Rebirth. Amnesia: Rebirth was my first proper introduction to the Amnesia franchise. I’m not sure exactly what my expectations were going in. But as a well-established franchise, I definitely expected to play a well-polished and fun game with plenty of good scares along the way. But … Continue reading Amnesia: Rebirth Review: A franchise reborn again?
Disclaimer: I, AI was provided to us for free for the purposes of review. Two months ago, I reviewed My Aunt is a Witch for the PS4, published by Sometimes You. Today, I’m taking a look at another Sometimes You title: I, AI, developed by Satur Entertainment. This scrolling shooter—available on PS4, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and Steam—looks and feels pretty slick. But it’s let down … Continue reading I, AI Review: Dodge, Shoot, Repeat.
Disclaimer: Corridor: Amount of Fear was provided to us free for the purposes of review. Corridor: Amount of Fear is a mind-bending horror experience from Unreal Quality Games. In the game you, the protagonist visit your sister at her home. But things aren’t all as they seem to be when you arrive. You enter the house and immediately find that a lot of doors are … Continue reading Corridor: Amount of Fear Review
Disclaimer: Lynn, the Girl Drawn on Puzzles was provided to us free for the purposes of review. Welp, it’s happened folks. I flew too close to the sun. I decided to review a puzzle game – Lynn, the Girl Drawn on Puzzles, a cute, bright and colourful game – and guess what happened? The puzzles were too hard. Okay, that’s not entirely fair. Lynn, the … Continue reading Lynn, the Girl Drawn on Puzzles Review: Tricky Fun
Disclaimer: Airplane Mode was provided to us free for the purposes of review. Okay, here’s the deal. This review of Airplane Mode – developed by Bacronym and produced by AMC – was gonna be funny. I mean, it’s a flight simulator, only the twist is it’s a simulation of being a passenger. Instead of doing a barrel roll in a Boeing under a perfect rendering … Continue reading Airplane Mode Review: Boredom or Freedom?
The Hunter: Call of the Wild is back with a new map DLC: Te Awaroa National Park. I picked up The Hunter Call of the Wild (COTW) during quarantine thinking it would be a fun game to kill a bit of time whilst pretending I could still enjoy the outside world. I should preface this by saying I am not a hunter. On the one … Continue reading The Hunter: Call of the Wild new DLC Review
DISCLAIMER: Space Raiders in Space was provided for free from Destructive Creations for the purpose of review. With a name as wacky as Space Raiders in Space, one has to imagine that the game itself is either a parody of Starship Troopers or is just generally a low effort, low-quality title. So it pleases me to say that this game is surprisingly neither of those. … Continue reading Space Raiders in Spaaaace: Simplicity at its Finest
DISCLAIMER: Rhyme Storm was provided to us for free for the purpose of review. UPDATE 05/01/21: Well folks, if any of you still harboured doubts about the extent of my awesome power, quash them. Shove them deep down until you can’t feel them anymore, because my reach knows no bounds. A mere four days after my initial review of Rhyme Storm was published, Flip Rhythm released their … Continue reading Rhyme Storm Review: How I Became A Rap God
DISCLAIMER: Gunnhildr was provided to us by RatDog Games LLC for free for the purpose of review What first drew me to Gunnhildr was when I read it was a first-person shooter rogue-lite. This was something I’d never seen executed well but certainly something I’d love to see executed well. Unfortunately, Gunnhildr doesn’t quite deliver… yet. Story The developers definitely deliver with the story. This does … Continue reading Gunnhildr – A very Polished Prototype