Drink More Glurp review: The perfect brew

I first encountered Drink More Glurp when we paid a visit to the Insomnia Gaming Festival. It was in the indie section, and I wasn’t sure what to expect but there was an opportunity to win a Gold Medal and…

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,…

Many many deaths .. and mushrooms; Mortal Shell Review

2009 was a revolutionary year in the world of video games, as critically acclaimed Demon Souls, developed by now legendary studio FromSoftware launched. Demon Souls was the first of the souls-like games, which apart from the Dark Souls Trilogy and…

Beast from the East: Eastern Exorcist Review

God created the world; the rest was made in China. In itself, this is only an exaggerated take on how much China produces but it’s slowly becoming a reality. The Chinese superpower is heavily involved in each and every industry…

Timelie review: Let’s do the timewarp again

How on earth do you describe or explain a game like Timelie? A time-manipulating, moody and thoughtful puzzle game that just hits a lot of right notes. I love a good puzzle game, in fact, I just played Portal again…

The Otterman Empire review: Not All Dynasties Last

Tri-Heart Interactive’s latest release The Otterman Empire is a third-person shooter that takes place in “otter space.” No, that’s not a typo. In this game you take control of a variety of space otters in the fight against Tiko: an…

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…

Streets of Rage 4 review: Anger management

Streets of Rage 4 is, in many ways, a love letter to the classic side-scrolling beat’em’up franchise, asking you to return to these absolutely furious avenues one more time. It’s the purest kind of arcade fun there is – lo-fi…

Edna & Harvey: The Breakout review: Cartoon Prison Break

Some games rely on graphics to entice players to pick them up, while others rely on strong multiplayer offerings to sell a game which can often feel incomplete in the single player front. Especially nowadays with the “always online” games…

House Flipper (Switch) review: DIY made easy

I’ve tried my hand at DIY a few times. Some attempts have been somewhat successful, but usually, it’s a disaster and gets left half-finished. Luckily, that’s not the case when playing House Flipper on the Nintendo Switch. I can finally…