The Park review: Ticket to ride

The Park was originally released on PC back in 2015 – we’re reviewing the Xbox One version which is available to purchase now. When I was a sprog my grandfather lost me for all of about ten minutes in Disney…

Sandberg Gamer Mousepad review

Sandberg has been in the electronics game for a while now, making everything from cables to headsets. Last year though they decided to bring their passion for creating quality and user-friendly products to the eSports world with the Sandberg Esports…

Manual Samuel review

Manual Samuel is a douchebag. Perhaps not enough of a douchebag to endure the cavalcade of bizarre horrors he’s put through as he flops his way through this wacky adventure game, but definitely a douchebag. After coasting through life with…

Party Hard review: Bad Neighbours

We’ve all had bad neighbours. Ones that Party Hard sometimes. Living in a student house back in the halcyon days of ’12, I had awful neighbours. Parties wearing on long into the night. Beer cans all over my damn lawn (yes, I…

Leo’s Fortune Xbox One review: A Journey for Justice

Being the victim of theft can often leave oneself feeling sick. Not any sickness that stems from a bug or a virus, but a sickness in the pit of your stomach brewed from anger and fear. The victims of such…

Her Majesty’s SPIFFING review: The hardest Brexit

After the SPIFFING political events of 2016 the Queen of England gets tired of Parliament’s tomfoolery and dissolves it, returning complete control of the country to the Corgi-loving regent. Not content with the ways things are going on earth, she…

Oceanhorn – Monster of Uncharted Seas review: Come sail away

Editor’s note: Oceanhorn was originally released on iOS in 2013. We’re reviewing the Xbox One release which debuted back in September. Oceanhorn watches The Legend of Zelda sleep. It collects strands of Link’s hair from the furniture and calls him, not saying a…

Xenoraid Review: Modernising a classic

If like me you grew up in the 90s or even if you were an 80s kid, then you’ll probably have spent many hours of your childhood playing both side and vertical scrolling shoot ‘em up games. One of the…

The Little Acre review: An awfully big adventure

The Little Acre is a game born from that passion, and it radiates from every hand animated frame. Set in 1950’s Ireland, you play as unemployed engineer Aidan, the sole caretaker of his daughter Lily after his wife’s death and his…

The Walking Dead: A New Frontier Episodes 1&2 review

A New Frontier begins. Telltale’s The Walking Dead has spun off into standalone stories twice in-between seasons. The first, 400 Days, was a warm-up act for Season 2, spanning the stories of multiple new characters that would end up making appearances in later episodes,…