Reviews

We. The Revolution (Review)

Rae plays We. The Revolution – a political strategy game that leaves the player presiding over a Revolutionary Tribunal during the French Revolution.

The World Next Door (Review)

Rae reviews Rose City Games’ debut title. Welcome to The World Next Door, an aesthetically stunning adventure with much more room for story to be told.

Shadowbringers (A spoiler-free review)

Interested in Final Fantasy XIV?

Reventure – I Live, I Die, I Live Again

TheJewphin reviews Reventure: a fun tongue-in-cheek game about exploration followed by death followed by more exploration.

Layers of Fear 2 (Review)

Rae plays the highly anticipated Layers of Fear 2 – a claustrophobic horror experience, weighed down by hit or miss, predictable horror cliches.

Vambrace: Cold Soul – Not Just a Darkest Dungeon Clone

TheJewphin shares his thoughts on indie title Vambrace: Cold Soul – which looks strikingly like Darkest Dungeon. Rest assured, there’s more to it…

My Hero Academia – Volume 17 (Review)

Our heroes prepare to face off against Overhaul in this latest volume of My Hero Academia! Will they be able to save Eri before Overhaul escapes?

Critical Role Review: Campaign 2 Episode 43

The Mighty Nein face down Avantika and the Dark Tow pirates. They must deal with the consequences of angering Avantika and the Plank King.

Double Decker! Doug & Kirill Episodes 1-2 (Review)

Double Decker! – a world where a pervasive new drug grants users superhuman powers & mutations, and an unlikely pair of cops look to make a difference.

My Brother Rabbit (Review)

Need to rekindle your imagination? Rae explores the magic of childhood in Artifex Mundi’s beautiful new title, My Brother Rabbit.

Destiny: The Taken King Review

The Taken King is more than just an expansion; it’s also a heart transplant. And with its wounds sewn shut, the anesthetic wearing off, and the scalpels put away to dry, Destiny has pulled through the operation with renewed vigor…

Assassin’s Creed Syndicate Review

As I made my way across Westminster, zipping between rooftops with my rope launcher, a notice popped up indicating I was approaching a bounty hunt. The objective was simple–kill an important member of my rival gang–and I decided the children…

Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree’s Woe and the Blight Below

Blighted by the night, vanquishing the plight by the children of the light. No video game character conveys endearment and sadism in a single expression as well as the Blue Slimes. In Dragon Quest Heroes: The World’s Tree Woe and…

Until Dawn Review

The choices you make in Until Dawn have more far-reaching consequences than in most other survival horror games: the butterfly effect feature it so heavily relies on is highly effective. More than all, his treacherous retreats struck more of dismay…

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