Friday, February 26, 2021

Game Reviews

The Persistence review – a tense Sci-Fi Roguelike that’s perfect for...

I've always found good horror games to be the most immersive of all virtual experiences. A strong dose of terror laser-focuses your attention onto...

The Banner Saga 3 review

While the world outside beckons with summer sunshine, I have decided to return to the cold, faraway lands of Stoic Studio's The Banner...

Titan Quest review – not all Switch ports are created equal...

Titan Quest is often mentioned in the same breath as Diablo, as though a long but monstrously tough rope binds them together. I'm not...

Semblance review – a wibbly, wobbly platformer that turns the genre...

Before there were fidget spinners, there were stress balls. You remember them, right? Those squishy, malleable balls of goo that could be squeezed and...

WarioWare Gold review – a glitter-trumpet of sheer joy • Eurogamer.net

Clever tweaks make this far more than a greatest hits package. Christian Donlan Features Editor What to make of Wario in 2018? From one perspective, he's been...

Overcooked 2 review – a new and improved recipe • Eurogamer.net

In many ways, playing Overcooked 2 is like returning to a favourite restaurant after a long absence and ordering what you always used to...

Dead Cells review – one of the slickest dungeon-crawlers you’ll ever...

After 30-odd years of pillaging fantasy realms I'm pretty sick of video game loot, but I do love poring over the vicious trinkets I've...

We Happy Few review – a rich and dizzying social satire...

For a British person of a certain age, playing We Happy Few is like being spoonfed your own sick. I intend this entirely as...
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