Sunday, May 19, 2024

Game Reviews

No Rest for the Wicked cut me off at the knees

No Rest for the Wicked is a brutal, unforgiving game that quickly spurns pretenders. No Rest for the Wicked entranced...

Harold Halibut review – Life in Clay and Technicolour

Harold Halibut is a quiet, moving exploration of purpose, and where we fit into the fabric of the universe.

Broken Roads review – Swagging through the post-apocalypse

Broken Roads is packed with moral quandaries, and plenty of reward for your strife. Who will you be at...

Open Roads review – Take Me Home

Open Roads offers a mildly interesting journey, but the destinations aren't very compelling. The family road trip is a...

Unicorn Overlord Review – Know Thy Friends

Only a few RPGs effectively use characters to slowly dole out lore; this Unicorn Overlord review is about one such game.

Dragon’s Dogma 2 Review – A Colossal Adventure

Dragon's Dogma 2 is a delicious blend of consequences, combat and ye olde English. Seldom do we find ourselves...

Alone In The Dark Review – Two Lights Are Better Than...

Alone In The Dark is a game that predates even the Resident Evil series, but the last few years were not kind...

WWE 2K24 review – Grappling with greatness

WWE 2K24 is a leap up from WWE 2K23, with solid improvements and additions across the board. WWE 2K24 is...

Star Wars: Unlimited review – Elegantly crafted with snappy back and forth...

For a fan like myself, the vibe of Star Wars: Unlimited is absolutely sublime. I’ve now had over a...

Berserk Boy Review – I Am Speed

I’m a big fan of 2D action platformers, and part of my love for the genre is because of Mega Man X....

The Thaumaturge Review – An Existential Novel in Game Form

The Thaumaturge, a game that plays like a Dostoevsky novel. Does anyone remember Ghost Whisperer? That weirdly wholesome show...

Expeditions: A MudRunner Game Review

My first interaction with the MudRunner series was with SnowRunner, and it’s one of the most frustratingly zen-like experiences you can have...

Classified: France ’44 Review – Clandestine Operations Done Right

This is how you do a special forces game! Growing up, I played the hell out of this one...

Dicefolk review – Shake, rattle and roll (and roll)

Dicefolk is the sort of moreish, snappy game you’ll be thinking about constantly, even after your first rounds end in defeat.
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