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Rip Them Off review: Behold the glory of capitalism

Rip Them Off is a tower-defence style game featuring a minimalist aesthetic, focusing on taking people’s money via shopping sprees. The game places the player in the corporate world and in front of “The Board”, a team of faceless business…

Paradox Vector review: A paradox indeed

Let’s take a step back into the past, more specifically the 1960s when “Doctor Who” aired its first episode, The Beatles came to America, and vector graphics were commonly used in computer displays and artwork of the decade. Now, if…

CrossCode review: A virtual blast from the past

After being crowdfunded and developed for 3 years, CrossCode was released on September 20th, 2018. Now, two years later, Radical Fish Games has brought the title to the Nintendo Switch. Overall, CrossCode is charming, action-packed, and an extremely fleshed out…

SorryNotSorry James: Review

Sorry James is a unique puzzle game that blends elements of Sudoku, AIM chat (if anyone remembers that dinosaur), and desk work. Released in 2017, Sorry James looks to be one of the first instalments of the Konstructors Entertainment franchise,…

Esports in lockdown

Whilst traditional sports came to a standstill during the COVID-19 pandemic, except for Football in Belarus, esports, despite a few cancellations, managed to keep gamers from around the world entertained. So, two of our writers, Chris and Dillon, decided to…

Across the Grooves review: DJ turn the music up!

Picture this: you’re in your happy place listening to your favourite song, drifting away from the stresses and chaos of the world, like you’re the only person who exists right now. Well, that feeling of being the only person listening…

Star Horizon review: Fly amongst the stars

Orbital Knight really lives up to their name with this instalment. Star Horizon reanimates the space shooter genre that has been around since Star Fox (1993). It’s an exhilarating ride through the breathtaking setting that is the cosmos. You play…

Causa, Voice of the Dusk review: A Refreshing Take on the Genre

Greetings traveller! Care for a little fun? Take Causa, Voices of the Dusk for a spin. It’s a wonderful F2P combination of every card game you’ve ever seen with a clever twist on the mechanics. Niebla Games is no stranger…

Run Kitty Run review: Does This Cat Need Longer Legs?

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be a mangy street cat trying to cross the road? Well, now you can experience it first hand! Run Kitty Run is a game developed by Confused Pigeon Studios designed…