Review: I Expect You To Die 2: The Spy and the...

The sit down spy is back. I Expect You To Die 2 has my favourite opening to any video game ever. The opening sequence –...

Desperados 3 Review – The Wild Bunch

Desperados is one of those franchises that are easy to miss but super hard to leave. After two successful games and a strategy that...

Review: Hot Wheels Unleashed – PS5, PS4

Fantastic plastic! Fire Cars, as my five-year-old son calls Hot Wheels, has been a staple in my life since he found a free-to-play Hot Wheels...

Spiritfarer Review – The Journey of Letting Go

Spiritfarer is a brand new management game from Thunder Lotus Games and is available on PC, Playstation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. The...

Wasteland 3 Review, Dancer Robots and Decisions

Wasteland 3 has just been released and brought with it a ton of RPG fun we didn’t know we needed. Packed in a world...

Review: Tribes of Midgard – PS5, PS4

Where’s Thor when you actually need him? Tribes of Midgard is hard, especially if you’re a solo player. And that’s me, mostly. I did try...

Crusader Kings 3 Review: Everything The Original Was, And Better

For the past eight years, one of the premiere grand strategy games available has been Crusader Kings 2, one of the most well-known games...

Torchlight 3 Review – Acceptable But Forgettable

Torchlight 3 will be releasing after spending nearly four months in early access on Steam during which developer Echtra Games has gone back and...

Watch Dogs: Legion Review – Taking DedSec in The Right Direction...

Recruit Anyone! That has been one of the key selling points of Ubisoft’s latest; Watch Dogs Legion ever since its reveal back at E3...

Deathloop Review – Learn, Die, Repeat

After having just played through both Dishonored 2 and 12 Minutes in the past month alone, the concept of the former’s nervously sneaking through...

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