Reviews

Never Stop – Nintendo Switch Review

Never Stop – Nintendo Switch Review

Never stop is an arcade platformer in which the aim of the game is to get as far as you can along the level. After you get to a certain points total, the area will change a different colour. You start off with pink, which then after 1000 or so points ends up going to yellow/gold… The levels I think are the set and don’t change on each run, slight things do change with them, such as lit... »

Subaeria – Review

Subaeria – Review

About Subaeria Combining platform and clever puzzle gameplay mechanics with roguelike elements, Subaeria’s single player campaign challenges their skills to control the movements of their adversary robots with the help of their drone and abilities. Each level is procedurally generated and gradually increases the puzzle solving difficulty, enabling power-ups and demanding strategic thinking i... »

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood – Nintendo Switch Review

Max: The Curse of Brotherhood – Nintendo Switch Review

Max the Curse of Brotherhood is a puzzler/platformer in which you play Max, after coming home one day you search ‘Giggle’ to try and find a way of making your brother disappear. After finding a website and reciting an incantation, Max’s brother is taken through a portal, obviously feeling some guilt of doing it, Max dives through the portal to save his brother. This brings us to ... »

Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story – Switch Review

Another Lost Phone: Laura’s Story – Switch Review

Starting this review I have to admit that this is one of the weirdest games I have ever played or come across, and I have played a lot of guff in my time. The story starts with you finding Laura’s phone, shes carelessly left it somewhere and from looking through it, you have to find out where she’s been. Although in this day and age if you don’t password protect your phone, you&#... »

Football Manager Touch 18 – Nintendo Switch Review

Football Manager Touch 18 – Nintendo Switch Review

If there is one series that I buy every year and without fail it is the Football Manager series. Playing since the game’s introduction in 2005 and even well before then when it was previously known as Championship Manager, this is one of my favourite franchises and genres in Football Management. We’ve all been there when watching our favourite teams play, shouting from the stands or so... »

Perfect Angle – Nintendo Switch Review

Perfect Angle – Nintendo Switch Review

Perfect Angle is a puzzler in which, as you can probably guess, you have to find the perfect angle of the puzzle, which will then show a certain object or item. Each puzzle is related to a memory of a gentleman, who you are going through the different thoughts of his life, from spending time with their grandchild on the beach with a bucket and spade, to enjoying an ice cream. This was one game whe... »

Skies of Fury DX – Nintendo Switch Review

Skies of Fury DX – Nintendo Switch Review

Skies of Fury DX is originally an iOS game which has now been brought across to the Switch. It’s an arcade World War Plane Combat game that has you spinning and manoeuvring about to dodgy attacking enemies. There are 3 modes to the game, Campaign, which as it says on the tin, this is the campaign mode where you undertake a variety of missions, 100 of them to be precise. There’s a survi... »

God of War – Review

God of War – Review

Here we are, one of PS4s most anticipated games has now released in God of War and I have to admit, I have been looking forward to this for a while. This is the first God of War that I have played through, I have played the opening to God of War 3, but due to other games, this was put in the backlog and I have still to go back and finish that. The game follows Kratos’ journey with his son Atreus, ... »

Shadowbug – Nintendo Switch Review

Shadowbug – Nintendo Switch Review

If you are an avid follower of my reviews and like to read my many ramblings, you will notice that when it comes to 2D platformers/puzzlers, I am not their biggest fan. So it’s always interesting to see what the next platformer/puzzler brings in terms of uniqueness. Developed by the 2 man team at Muro Studios in Finland, Shadowbug has you dashing and slicing your way through the levels. The ... »

Flying Tigers: Shadows over China – Review

Flying Tigers: Shadows over China – Review

It seems the game industry has decided now is a good time to once again revisit the once oversaturated World War 2 genre. With Activision recently allowing Call to Duty to return to its roots with the well-received Call of Duty World War II and DICE’s next installment of the Battlefield series rumored to be also set during the 2nd World War, it seems we may be experiencing a World War 2 renaissanc... »