Furi review: Anger issues

The gaming landscape has evolved so much that attracting attention is becoming harder, unless you are a publishing juggernaut with outlets all over the world. The thing is, many starting indie developers are focusing on creating some new mechanic or…

Kerbal Space Program review: Dark side of the MÜN

Kerbal Space Program is available on Steam, Xbox One, and PS4. We’re reviewing it on Xbox One! I don’t have a very logical brain. When it comes to things like statistics, charts and work orders, my head just kind of…

The artist’s struggle: Layers of Fear – Masterpiece Edition review

My day job is in gaming retail, so it comes as no surprise that I and my colleagues play a lot of games when we get together outside of work. One of our favourite things to do is play horror…

Shine on, you crazy diamond: Rise & Shine review

Rise and Shine is what would happen if the classic games of our childhoods all got together and shot current-gen gaming right in the face. It’s the result of a long labour of love from the guys over at Super Mega Team, a…

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…

Nyko Unveil New Accessories

CES 2017 is underway; a place where the most innovative tech companies come together to showcase their latest inventions. Whether it be a super TV that allows you to control menu selections with your eyes or a fridge that will automatically…

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…

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…

Our best games (and moments) of 2016

With 2016 now behind us we’ve taken the opportunity to look back at the games that defined this… complicated year for us. It’s been a strange one for sure; but there have been some absolutely brilliant releases, so without further…

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…