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…

Sam & Max Save the World review: Bright-eyed and bushy-tailed

Sam & Max: Save the World is a breath of fresh air. Which is funny, considering it’s a remastered version of a game released in 2009 by Telltale, a company now infamous for basically creating a genre and then oversaturating…

Fishing Adventure review – Reeling in a catch

Picture this: it’s 1999. You’re standing by a picturesque lake in rural Sweden early one Saturday morning. You’ve just battled with the biggest perch you or your friends have ever seen, winning the grand prize. You hold the fish and…

Nine Witches: Family Disruption review – It’s all in the family

Nine Witches: Family Disruption is a charming, off-beat point and click adventure game set in an alternate history where a WW2 division, dealing with dark magics of the occult, releases an ancient curse upon the world. Starring the quadripelegic professor…

PUBG in 2021 – Season 10

Season 10 of PUBG is now well underway, and whilst a lot of people are dropping in its competitors (Fortnite, Apex Legends, Warzone etc), none of them compares to PUBG. I’ll be that PUBG loyalist whenever the discussion about battle…

Super Meat Boy Forever Review: Painting the Town Red

Fans of platforming games will no doubt remember the launch of one of the last decade’s most famous titles – Super Meat Boy. Releasing in 2010, Super Meat Boy was one of the hardest platforming titles one could ever hope…

Otherworldly review: Any world but this

Otherworldly is a horror game that tasks players with crawling the depths of a randomly generated maze, collecting treasure and finding their way to freedom. There’s bits of Amnesia and Slender, both very well respected titles in their own right…

Ski Sniper review: The downward slope

We live in a world filled with genius indie games that regularly outpace triple A studios in terms of charm, innovation and design. As the top of the industry seems to slowly coagulate into a homogenised blob of semi-open world…

Monster Sanctuary review: Pokévania

This is a little bit of a weird one for me, I LOVE metroidvanias and I’ve been the biggest fan of Pokémon since I was a kid, I got Blue version for Christmas 1999 for crying out loud. The thought…

Overcooked All You Can Eat review: Stick a fork in me…

The Overcooked series is one of my all-time favourites. But potentially also one of the most stressful series I’ve ever played too. It pushes your friendships to the limit and really requires a lot of teamwork otherwise it can be…