Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders – NS Review

Inspired by the book bearing the same name, The ABC murders is an interesting take on the classic point and click adventure genre. It depicts the adventures of Poirot, an eccentric and egotistical individual, trying to solve a series of murders throughout 20th century English locales, all brimming with personality and British charm. The presentation … Continue reading

Hotshot Racing Switch Review – The Best Spiritual Successor to 90s Arcade Racing Games

The moment Hotshot Racing (formely known as Racing Apex) starts up you know you’re in for an arcadey good time as the game proudly shouts out it’s own title in classic arcade Sega style backed with some perfect blue skies tuneage. Hotshot Racing is a beautiful low poly arcade racer inspired by the early 3D … Continue reading

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Tracks Edition and DLC Switch Review

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 is the Switch exclusive racing game developed by Eden Games and published by Microids that just keeps going. Yes the original was a port of a mobile game but this is not, this is geared towards the Switch with more to do and slightly longer races making a much better game and … Continue reading

Asphalt 9: Legends – NS Review

We all know the stigma surrounding free to play games: apart from a few exceptions, no one wants to deal with the unending barrage of ads, in-game purchases and whatnot. Now imagine if such a game is also a port of a mobile game. Tragedy and sacrilege!I won’t lie to you: I am part of … Continue reading

Fairy Tail Switch Review – JRPG Anime Done Right

Developers Gust make the beautiful looking anime style Atelier series JRPGs so really it makes sense they got a license to make a game based on an anime and hot damn did they choose a good’n. Fairy Tail was originally manga following the hijinks of the misfits of the wizarding world: Fairy Tail. The protagonists are … Continue reading

Biped Review – Nintendo Switch

From Next Studios, a brilliant, if not a bit short, co-op adventure to play on the go! It is a dark time, a pandemic has hit the planet and quarantine must be followed. With quarantine comes boredom and what better than a couch co-op game based on puzzles, teamwork and adorable little robots to spice … Continue reading

51 Worldwide Games Review – a journey through gaming history

When you first launch 51 Worldwide Games, a toy human figure cheerfully tells you that life on Earth has always been about two things: survival and having fun. While we can argue that there’s more to life than these two pursuits, it’s probably true that games have been around as long as, well, life has. … Continue reading

Railway Empire Switch Review – Return to the Glory Days of Transport Sim

Do you long for the days of Transport and Railroad Tycoon? Do you miss the curious and rather therapeutic pleasure of building a huge business empire? Do you like trains? Railway Empire is here to fill that empty void in your life on Nintendo Switch with over 40 trains spanning a hundred years from the … Continue reading

Shantae and the Seven Sirens Switch Review – Metroidvania at its Finest

The Shantae series is a Metroidvania style game with an emphasis on story about a half genie called Shantae who can transform into the form of animals and attacks by whipping her hair. It had extremely humble origins, starting out as a little heard of late blooming Gameboy Color game: Shantae. It first gained some … Continue reading

Borderlands Legendary Edition Switch Review – The Best Place for the Best First Person Shooters

Borderlands has dropped on Switch, not just Borderlands but Borderlands Game of the Year Edition and the Handsome Collection consisting of Borderlands 2 Game of the Year Edition and Pre-Sequel Ultimate Edition as well as the Legendary Collection containing all 3 games. That’s a whopping 100+ hours of gorgeous cel shaded first person shooting madness … Continue reading

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