Once again, videogames have served as a welcome retreat from reality in another grim year. The pandemic has maintained its grip not only over our lives, but also over the industry – which has continued to wrestle, quite justifiably, with delays. Games have been pushed back, but supply problems have meant that it has remained…
Review: Evil Genius 2 on console is a well-optimized and proficient port of an enjoyable management game
Evil Genius 2: World Domination makes its way to consoles in an approachable and streamlined way.
The videogame version of one of Vertigo, Hitchcock’s cinematic masterpieces turns out to be a thrilling interactive novel.
Join Shovel Knight and friends on a quest for the ultimate booty in Shovel Knight Pocket Dungeon.
Try as I might, I couldn’t get the hang of how to dodge properly in combat and eventually had to call it quits.
Tunche is a fun brawler that would’ve been a lot more fun if it weren’t so bogged down by unnecessarily wordy NPCs and annoying gameplay mechanics.
You’ll be hard pressed to find a better looking beat ‘em up than Asterix & Obelix: Slap Them All!, but visuals alone aren’t enough to make it a great game.
Making a game feel good to play is never an easy task, but Chorus does so almost effortlessly.