Endro Review

Endro Review

The endro species needs your help to survive with DreamlessHero’s new survival game Endro. These little creatures may seem innocent enough, but those that spend even the smallest amount of time with this title will want to quickly kill them all

SKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID Review

SKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID Review

A risk-reward title that encourages wild driving, kunstwerk’s SKIIIIIIIIIIIIIIID (yes, we checked that we spelled that correctly) has players burning rubber to get ahead. Does this time-honored tradition translate well to this title, or have players seen this play out one too many times before?

Tadpole Tales Review

Tadpole Tales Review

In what is proving to be a seminal year for the world of tadpole video games, Pinnical Studios’ Tadpole Tales has players firing away in a “clean ‘em-up” shoot ‘em-up. Should players take on this creative purification ritual, or is this title a polluted mess?

Miska’s Cave Review

Miska’s Cave Review

With a crystal sword at their side, players will be able to defy the laws of gravity with the release of Soulflee’s runner Miska’s Cave. Challenging gameplay and immense rewards await – should players get ready to explore its depths?

Super Raft Boat Review

Super Raft Boat Review

Publisher Shattered Journal Games mixes crafting with blasting in their new title Super Raft Boat. Doing two things at the same time sounds like a tricky proposition, but does this title pull it off?

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Review

Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time Review

Everybody’s favorite orange marsupials are back for a new generation with the release of Crash Bandicoot 4: It’s About Time on the PlayStation 5. Crash, Coco, and the wumpa fruits look better than ever on Sony’s shiny new system – does it have the gameplay to match?

Aurora: A Child’s Journey Review

Aurora: A Child’s Journey Review

A story that shows the ominous impacts of a huge environmental disaster, Luski Game Studio and Prothos’ Aurora: A Child’s Journey gives a new perspective on our world. Does this tale provide captivating gameplay, or is its message just a little too heavy handed?

The Imagined Leviathan Review

The Imagined Leviathan Review

In what is described as “a short poetic survival horror” game by the development team at Far Few Giants, The Imagined Leviathan is a walking simulator with a unique aesthetic and an even more unique method of storytelling. Does this arthouse title manage to stand out, or is it a little too avant garde for its own good?

Rekt: Crash Test Review

Rekt: Crash Test Review

Players will be able to live out all of their high octane dreams with the release of Little Chicken Game Company and No Gravity Games’ arcade-like title Rekt: Crash Test. Should players get behind the wheel, or is this title a wreck?

10mg: Sealed Estate Review

10mg: Sealed Estate Review

It will always feel like somebody is watching you with the release of Salman Shurie and Gesinimo Games’ 10mg: Sealed Estate. An immersive horror game designed for bite-sized play, should players enter this otherworldly abode?

RollerBaller Review

RollerBaller Review

Based on a meme dating back to 2009, the stereotypical world of Polandball makes the jump to video games with the release of Redkar RollerBaller. The joke was already run into the ground more than a decade ago – does this racer manage to keep things fresh?

Siren Head: Awakening Review

Siren Head: Awakening Review

For horror fans, Slenderman is so 2009 – the new horror legend is Trevor Henderson’s Siren Head. Prisma Games puts this icon in the spotlight with their new steam title Siren Head: Awakening. Should players dive into its world, or is this game frighteningly bad?