A light in the dark: Glo review

You don’t have to build massive open worlds, spend millions of pounds and introduce Nazi zombies in order to make a great game, sometimes keeping it simple can be just as effective. One of the best games I’ve ever played…

Bigger is better: Expand review

PlayStation has long embraced indie games. Ever since its launch conference back in February 2013, Sony has been adamant about its close relationship with independent developers, seeking to launch the next big indie hit to stardom. Seeing how Minecraft and…

Saving the world: Kyball review

Our pal Torax Outlaw has kindly reviewed the indie game Kyball for us; here’s what he had to say. I was recently asked to review this game by my good friends here at Full Sync, so here it is my…

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…