Category: Reviews

Review: Paper Train (Nintendo Switch)

Don’t miss the train! Step into the shoes of a conductor! Control railway traffic, choo-choose the best moment to halt and speed up your engines, without having them crashing together. Get them through rocky...

Review: Untitled Goose Game (Nintendo Switch)

It’s a lovely morning in the village, and you are a horrible goose. Untitled Goose Game combines sandbox-style simulation with slapstick-style shtick and lets players loose on a sleepy village. Make your way around...

Review: Outbuddies (Steam)

Run, gun and explore an open undercity in this otherworldly non-linear Metroidvania adventure about the Old Gods, strange creatures and the remnants of a lost world! Pros: Classic 8 Bit graphics. 207mb download size....

Children of Morta

Review: Children Of Morta (PlayStation 4)

Children of Morta is a story-driven action RPG game about an extraordinary family of heroes. Lead the Bergsons, with all their flaws and virtues, against the forthcoming Corruption. Will you be able to sacrifice...

Call Of Duty Mobile

Review: Call Of Duty Mobile (Android/PC)

Play on a variety of classic maps through head-to-head competitive Multiplayer, complete with a variety of game modes, powerful Scorestreaks, and tide-turning Operator Skills. Plus, test your survival skills in a made-for-mobile Battle Royale...

Review: Frostpunk: Console Edition (PlayStation 4)

Offering players a complex strategic challenge alongside a rich narrative featuring an alternative take on the 19th-century industrial revolution, Frostpunk weaves a story of how our planet mysteriously freezes, putting an end to civilization...

Review: Die Young: Prologue (Steam)

Die Young: Prologue narrates events that occurred a few hours before the main story of Die Young. You play as Nehir, a field agent on a mission to kill Brother No.1. The mission failed...

Review: Grid (PlayStation 4)

GRID is a racing experience like no other. Offering unrivaled wheel-to-wheel racing for everyone, where every race is unpredictable as you create rivals and nemeses on your road to conquering the world of motorsport....

Review: Reventure (Nintendo Switch)

The one and only non-linear adventure with 100 different endings. Don’t just wishlist me. I’m not that expensive… also, look at those reviews! Pros: Chunky pixel art graphics. 557mb download size. 8 save slots....

Review: Family Tree (Nintendo Switch)

Family Tree is a pinball platform game where you’ll be aiming your shots and bouncing on baddies to traverse many hand-crafted levels. Pros: Bright cartoon graphics. 180mb download size. How to play upon boot...

Review: Call of Cthulhu (Nintendo Switch)

1924. Private Investigator Pierce is sent to look into the tragic death of the Hawkins family. Plunge into a world of creeping madness and cosmic horror. Cryptic clues, shadowy figures, and pure terror bar...

Indivisible

Review: Indivisible (PlayStation 4)

Indivisible is a hand-drawn action RPG platformer from Lab Zero, creators of the critically acclaimed Skullgirls! Set in a huge fantasy world, Indivisible tells the story of Ajna, a fearless girl with a rebellious...

Review: Neo Cab (Steam)

Play as Lina, the last human driver-for hire searching for her missing friend in the neon streets of Los Ojos. In this interactive story, you’ll meet unique passengers during your nightly shifts, each with...

Review: Space Cows (Nintendo Switch)

Space Cows is a cheesy twin-stick shooter featuring weaponized toilet plunger and intense zero gravity combat. Shoot, dash and wobble in slow motion to save cows and lay vengeance upon an evil corporation. Pros:...

Review: Torchlight 2 (Xbox One)

Torchlight II takes you back into the quirky, fast-paced world of bloodthirsty monsters, bountiful treasures, and sinister secrets – and, once again, the fate of the world is in your hands. Pros: Cool graphics....