Micro Pico Racers Review

Micro Pico Racers Review

The days of Micro Machines and R.C. Pro-Am are reborn with the release of Josep Monzonis Hernandez’s top-down Micro Pico Racers. The perspective and look might be the same, but sadly the gameplay just can’t keep up

The Big Journey Review

The Big Journey Review

Catfishbox and Konstructors Entertainment, inspired by the LocoRoco series, have applied its physics based platforming to the world of fat cats in The Big Journey. This roly-poly game might wear its inspiration on its sleeve, but does it manage to stand out?

Jurassic World Evolution Review

Jurassic World Evolution Review

Way back in 2003, Operation Genesis introduced players to an exciting hybrid of theme park management with attractions that could swallow you whole. With 15 years of gaming evolution, does Jurassic World Evolution live up to its spiritual predecessor, or (in the immortal words of Ian Malcolm) is it one big pile of shit?

Galactic Orbital Death Sport Review

Galactic Orbital Death Sport Review

Twin-stick shooters get thrust into the world of competitive play with the release of MECH’AT and Plug In Digital’s Galactic Orbital Death Sport (G.O.D.S.). Does the world of dodging bullets pair well with deathmatch stylings, or should you not take up the fight?

Monster Truck Drive Review

Monster Truck Drive Review

Robert Cardona, no doubt inspired by the antics of Grave Digger and other four-wheeled legends, lets players drive a monster truck of their very own in the appropriately titled Monster Truck Drive. However, he has managed to do the unthinkable: he has made the world of monster trucks an absolute bore

Dark Souls Remastered Review

Dark Souls Remastered Review

Seven years after its initial release, Dark Souls Remastered has come out for a new generation. Does it hold up after so many years, or are you better off trying something else? Check out our review and find out what we thought

Vampyr Review

Vampyr Review

London in the early 1900’s wasn’t the beacon of industry and culture it is today. Its inhabitants living in fear of another bombing raid, gripped by another outbreak of the deadly Spanish Flu, it wasn’t just a tough place to live; it was a tough place to survive. Throw in some undesirable creatures of the night, and you’ve got a recipe for pure chaos. Dontnod Entertainment’s Vampyr puts players in the shoes of Dr. Jonathan Reid, a once proud surgeon who now needs to feed on the lives of those he once fought to cure in a twist adventure of choice and consequence. Does Vampyr offer enough substance to sink your teeth into?

Space God Review

Space God Review

Jellypig Games gives all would-be pilots the chance to suit up in their “hyper retro neon” shoot-em-up Space God. It may have plenty of enemies, power-ups, and multi-color bullets, but does it have the gameplay to match?

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Review

BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle Review

Four different worlds collide in Arc System Works’ flashy fighter BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle. Taking elements from the Persona 4 Arena, Under-Night, RWBY, and BlazBlue universes, should you take up arms in this two-on-two battle?

ONRUSH Review

ONRUSH Review

Team-based racing meets smashing and crashing with Deep Silver and Codemasters’ new racing title ONRUSH. The rules might be different, but does the classic thrill of destruction ring true?

SPAGHET Review

SPAGHET Review

Torrey Daniel and TD Indie want players the world over to keep a nice plate of spaghetti warm in the distinctly unique horror-themed slap-em-up SPAGHET. Though this concept has never been done before, is there a good reason why this game was created?

Vandals Review

Vandals Review

ARTE France and Cosmografik channel their inner Banksy with the release of their new title Vandals. Taking cues from Hitman GO and other turn-based puzzlers, does its bite-sized challenges prove to be a challenge?