Aside from my recent return to the lands of Skyrim, most of my lunch breaks this year have been spent playing indie games on my Switch while sat in my car. Which is why a great deal of my reviews have been about retro-style pixel art indie gems. Most of these have been hack and… Continue reading Super Blood Hockey – Retro “Sports” Fun!
Following the crazy events at the end of episode 2, I genuinely feel like I have made some terrible choices when speaking to Daniel about his powers. Now episode 3, Wastelands, has arrived and I can confirm that I have definitely made some poor decisions. What I do find nice and very useful is the… Continue reading Life is Strange 2: Wastelands
For many of us, the release of Days Gone has been highly anticipated and then lasted even longer when it was announced that the game release had been delayed. I'm a firm believer that developers and publishers should take their time to make sure the game is ready before release so I was fine with… Continue reading Days Gone
Retro-Style 8/16bit indie titles are all the rage currently, they bring a sense of nostalgia even when the games aren’t themselves old or remasters. And a lot of these titles follow old genre tropes, be it platformer, “Metroidvania” or RPG – usually while throwing in their own mechanics to add a twist that makes them… Continue reading Katana Zero
When I spotted World War Z mentioned in a press email we received my first thought was 'why didn't I know about this?' quickly followed by 'what's the concept then?'. We have been fortunate enough to be provided with a review code for the game on PC through Epic Games and have managed to spend… Continue reading World War Z