Reviews

The latest video game reviews for all platforms, including retro. Discover gems and must-have titles whilst also avoiding releases which have low entertainment value.

Super Mario Run: Pros and Cons

Nintendo is really having a great time in life right now. They released the Switch which is selling very, very well. Time will tell what happens for this console but any positive news is a great thing for them to have after the failure of the Wii U, so that’s great for them. And they also released one of the…

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Chime Sharp Review

Every now and then, there comes along a game that I review that I stand back and say I really don’t look forward to. This started out one of those games and quickly turned into something that I actually wanted to play when it was all said and done. The game has a very basic and generic feel to it,…

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LEGO Worlds Review

LEGO Worlds has been long anticipated, especially with the recent returning glory of LEGO since the LEGO movie’s release. Available across PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Microsoft Windows and Nintendo Switch, LEGO Worlds is a bright, amusing action-adventure game with, as you’ve probably guessed, the chance to become a Master Builder. There are literally thousands of items to build, a whole…

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Dystoria Review

Sometimes a person just wants to zone out and relax while playing a game without all of the hassle of having to worry about plots or tough controls to have to remember. Keeping it simple, like it used to be back in the day is what Dystoria is all about. This is a game that has proven to have a…

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Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

Breath of the Wild has been out just over a week and without a doubt I can say this is the best Zelda game out there right now. There are a few flaws that make it from being out right perfect, but all games have their flaws. Whether you play it on the Wii U or the Switch (I recommend…

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Tearaway: Unfolded Review

Tearaway: Unfolded shows Media Molecule’s masterful touch that they possess on the video games they develop. Each video game that is put out by them has been very light hearted, quirky, and beautiful to look at, and Tearaway Unfolded is no exception to this. Tearaway Unfolded is a port of the 2013 Vita exclusive Tearaway, that may genuinely be the…

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Horizon: Zero Dawn Review

Horizon: Zero Dawn is a solid package that contains an extremely enjoyable storyline, superb characters with development in recurring ones, and a not overwhelming yet exciting and gorgeous open world. As a no doubt front runner for I’m sure numerous “Game of the Year” awards. Horizon does everything it intends to do, and then some, with incredible set pieces to…

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Bomberman R Review

Nintendo Switch seems like the perfect platform to host it’s first launch game, Super Bomberman R. It can be played on a big television or on a portable device and it sticks to the classic Bomberman style of it’s predecessors. The thirty-third in a line of Bomberman classics, the latest one stands true to the game’s original formats. However, it…

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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D Review

The Nintendo 3DS’ library is stocked full of some of Nintendo’s best titles and doesn’t just include titles developed for the 3DS but, through the virtual console, most major titles in Nintendo’s franchises like the Legend of Zelda, allowing gamers to experience classics on a modern handheld like the 3DS. Out of the bevvy of Zelda titles available on the…

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Forestry 2017 Review

Forestry 2017 is a simulator game where the player acts as a stereotypical lumberjack who must build up a company through the cutting and selling of trees. The player goes out searching for trees, accompanied by a horse companion, with their trusted chainsaw and cuts the trees to haul them back to the mill. A simple concept with a realistic,…

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Nioh Review

Set in a dark and ominous fantasy version of the Sengoku period in the 1600s, Nioh is a vibrant, gory and deeply intense action role-play game centered around the English samurai character, William Adams, who is hunting down his antagonist and fellow historical figure, occultist Edward Kelley. Williams Adams is based on a real-life samurai who was the first of…

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Semispheres Review

Semispheres is one of those games that is part game part relaxation tool. That is in my book an alright type of game. What is it about this game that has addicted me as well as so many other people that love to play puzzle games? The answers are many and often will vary, but there are a few basic…

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Sid Meier’s Civilization VI Review

If you are a fan like myself of the Sid Meier Civilization series of games then you more than likely have already headed out and bought your copy of this game. I was one of the first in my area to buy it and ran home as fast as I could to see what this latest offering had in store…

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Dynasty Warriors: Godseekers Review

I have been a player of the Dynasty Warriors series for some time now and I admit I like the fact that they remain as close as possible to actual facts. It is for this reason, that I was a little shocked to see when Godseekers came out, it took a detour from this tradition and came out with a…

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The Walking Dead – The Telltale Series: A New Frontier Review

I have been a huge Walking Dead fan for many years and honestly can’t get enough of the franchise. So when I saw that there was a game that had come out, I had to jump on it without any questions. I have to admit, I was not disappointed as the game lived up to all the expectations that I…

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Fatal Frame II: The Crimson Butterfly Review

Fatal Frame II: The Crimson Butterfly, also known as Project Zero II: The Crimson Butterfly, is my current favorite entry in the entire franchise, or at least out of the U.S. released games. The updated graphics and smoother controls make the gameplay twice as scary and fluid. I found the general story to be a more unnerving and nightmare inducing…

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