Goblins Keep Coming review: Get out of my swamp

Goblins Keep Coming is an isometric 3D tower defense game where swarms of goblins relentlessly attack your humble castle. And whilst the premise might be simple, there’s a lot more than what first meets the eye. The game begins with…

HIVESWAP: Act 2 review: Trolled :o)

HIVESWAP‘s first act was released in 2017, years after an extremely successful Kickstarter campaign that raised almost two and a half million dollars. A huge chunk of that money vanished in suspicious circumstances (through no fault of the people running…

Observer: System Redux review: Dreams of a dark future

Observer: System Redux is an update for PC and next-gen consoles, available now.Observer was originally released in 2017 on PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. Poland’s Bloober Team have made huge strides in the horror genre, releasing the dynamic,…

NBA 2K21 review: Alley oops?

It has been a while since I properly played a basketball game. There have been a few freebies that I have downloaded over the years on the likes of PS Plus, but never really have they grabbed my attention. In…

The Falconeer review: Hot wings

The Falconeer has launched at an exceptionally busy time. This game, developed by one man, has spread its wings at the same time as two brand new consoles and all the showy triple-A titles that come with them. It’s brave…

Crown Trick review: Bad dreams

Crown Trick plunges players into a fantastical, shifting maze that moves as they move, tackling the booming roguelike genre from a new angle. This is a turn based roguelike – well, sort of – with generous lashings of character and…

Going Under review: Lo-fi beats to kill to

Going Under is a satirical dungeon crawler where bust start-up companies are doomed to live out their failings in the underground beneath Neo-Cascadia. Jackie is a new intern, freshly assigned to work at Fizzle Beverages. Little does she know that…

Superliminal review: Getting some perspective

It’s an exciting time of year for the gaming industry. We always get some big AAA titles just before Christmas rears its relentlessly festive head, and this year new consoles from Sony and Microsoft are dominating headlines across the world.…

Starpoint Gemini 3 review: Space-out

Starpoint Gemini returns with a third instalment, following up to 2014’s well-loved previous entry. With six years between them, can the series still deliver its trademark open world intergalactic good times? The Gemini system is beautiful, and there’s something that…

Shing-a-ling! Shing Review

Side-scrolling titles lately have had sort of a revamp, with the likes of Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night and Dead Cells receiving incredible critical acclaim for their simplicity yet effectiveness. This could be the reason why a number of developers…