As much as I, DingleTheViking (Previously Kuniku), am a fan of fighting games I've never enjoyed the style of the NRS titles - so felt I would struggle to give a fair review - so I asked my younger brother if he'd like to do a guest spot for us. So check out Xerte's first… Continue reading Mortal Kombat 11 – Guest Review!
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!
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
In my quest to catch up on some of the titles that I have allowed to sit in my game library for far too long, untouched, unplayed or unfinished, I thought it was time to tick another game off of the list. Over the course of a few afternoons and evenings, I managed to play… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Night in the Woods