Heart&Slash Review

Heart&Slash Review

  If you were a gamer twenty years ago, you’ll remember the days before saving states. You will probably also have one of two views about ‘the good old days’: either you loved how games challenged you to complete them in one sitting or you resented the fact that you...

Read more
Mystery Castle Review

Mystery Castle Review

  As the years go on and gaming as a medium is built upon, how we measure the quality of a game alters. Currently, with increasingly powerful hardware, we tend to identify quality as being tied to graphical fidelity or how many new and inventive mechanics we can stick into...

Read more
Anima: Gate of Memories – Review

Anima: Gate of Memories – Review

Anima: Gate of Memories is a Third Person Action Game from Anima Project. It features a combo based combat system and an Anime aesthetic that is pleasing to the eye. Whilst this game has it problems, it is actually very good for an indie game.   The Gameplay in Anima...

Read more
MagNets: Fully Charged – Review

MagNets: Fully Charged – Review

MagNets is a perfect example of how to take a clever gameplay idea and completely ignore it. The general premise of MagNets seems pretty clear at first glance; defeat swarms of enemies with your magnet abilities and collect the gold fragments they leave behind to progress to the next level....

Read more
Cel Damage HD Review

Cel Damage HD Review

Party games often shine for their simplicity. Delivering an approachable splitscreen experience while still offering excellent gameplay and perennial replayability takes masterful design. Cel Damage HD plays like a feeble attempt at this mastercraft and looks the part. I certainly had fun massacring my friends with the game’s seemingly endless...

Read more
Fenix Furia Review

Fenix Furia Review

The gameplay of Fenix Furia is very similar to other 2D platformers such Super Meat Boy which benefits the game a lot as it means you can jump straight into the game without needing to learn tons of new mechanics. A unique feature that I feel more games should have...

Read more
McDROID – Review

McDROID – Review

Tower defence games have never really had a huge presence on consoles, mostly heading directly to PC. So when seeing a game like McDroid for the first time, it can’t help but draw your interest. As a 3D action Tower defence game on a console, it’s a rare sight. While...

Read more
Quantum Break Review

Quantum Break Review

Quantum Break is a mish mash between Video Game and TV show, casting well known actors; Shawn Ashmore (X-men’s Iceman) and Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones’ Petyr Baelish) playing protagonist and antagonist respectively. We start the game with Jack Joyce (Shawn Ashmore) being interviewed about the events which lead to...

Read more
Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Review

Naruto Shippuden: Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 Review

Ultimate Ninja Storm 4 features gameplay akin to that of previous games in the series, in which players battle each other in 3D arenas. A returning feature which was omissed since the original Ultimate Ninja Storm is the ability to Wall Run. Players will be able to dynamically take to...

Read more