Observation Review

Sometimes a game can seemingly pop up out of nowhere and catch your attention straight away, Observation was one of those titles that came through on a lovely press email and suddenly, I saw people talking about it so I had to know more! Who wouldn't want to play a game set in space where… Continue reading Observation Review


Better Late Than Never: Inside

As you may have noticed, I have been neglecting my PS4 of late and as a result I have also missed out on some of the delightful indie games in my library that are still waiting to be played. Following the announcement of upcoming indie titles for the Nintendo Switch to join the marvelous Nindies… Continue reading Better Late Than Never: Inside



You may know that excitable feeling you get when you see a game that you know will just be wonderful. Whether it's the artwork, the music, the gameplay or the whole package, you really look forward to getting your hands on it and playing. GRIS has been one of these games that I have had… Continue reading GRIS


Unravel Two

In 2016, Yarny an adorable character made from thread (yarn) landed on our laps and took us on a beautiful and emotional journey. Not only was Coldwood Interactive's Unravel a visual treat but offered a moving puzzle adventure with physics based mechanics in a breathtaking landscape. So at the EA Play E3 conference when Unravel… Continue reading Unravel Two


Welcome to Thimbleweed Park. Population: 80 nutcases.

People often talk about the “Rose Tinted Glasses of Nostalgia” and you often remember things with a fondness that perhaps they might not warrant. However, Thimbleweed Park, developed and published by Terrible Toybox, is a new game; so how on earth does it tug on all those nostalgic heart strings? Thimbleweed Park is the latest… Continue reading Welcome to Thimbleweed Park. Population: 80 nutcases.