Steins;Gate 0 Switch Review – An Intriguing Sequel Set in a Gap in Time

This review will contain massive spoilers for Steins;Gate Elite, as the game itself starts out at the end of the original Steins;Gate. Steins;Gate 0 is a sequel to the astoundingly incredible Steins;Gate Elite but it is set just before the true end of the original game and because of timey wimey wibbly wobbly stuff, this … Continue reading

Steins;Gate: My Darlings Embrace Switch Review – A Light hearted Joy to Read

Steins;Gate: My Darling’s Embrace is a brand new chapter (in the West) in the Science Adventure visual novel series and Steins;Gate world however this isn’t a sequel rather a comedy spin off full of what if scenarios all made possible by the time travelling text messages; D-Mails.  For those uninitiated in the ways of Steins;Gate … Continue reading

Porsche Pack DLC Review for Gear.Club 2: One of the Best DLCs Ever!

It’s the final race of the Porsche series, I’m 1 point down starting in 2nd; it’s do or die. In one of the most thrilling races I’ve ever experienced in a video game there were 5 different leaders across the 7 minute race. I led into the last corner with the championship leader diving up … Continue reading

Super Street: Racer Switch Review: Aftermarket Car Tuning Heaven

Super Street: Racer by Team6 Game Studios is in their own words “a throwback to the old classic arcade racing games.” At the start of the game you get thrown into one of 8 hunks of junk (based on real world cars, I chose a 90s Honda Prelude lookalike) and gives you literally hundreds of … Continue reading

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 Switch Review: Arcade Racing Excellence

Gear.Club Unlimited 2 is an arcade racer built ground up for the Switch. This is the first time ever that a Nintendo system has had a slew of good racing games and the first time in a long while that Nintendo has an exclusive car racing game that isn’t a mouldy turnip on wheels. The … Continue reading

Atelier Ryza Switch Review: Crafting up a Good Time

Re-synthesizing alchemy Atelier Ryza: Ever Darkness & the Secret Hideout is a beautiful JRPG, it’s a reboot of everything Atelier, character designs, story, everything, meaning Ryza is the perfect entry point into the world of Atelier games and not just one for existing fans. Okay yes it pretty much looks the same, has a similar … Continue reading

WRC 8 Nintendo Switch Review: Freaking Fantastic Fast & Fluid Rally Action

WRC 8 on Nintendo Switch is a realistic officially licensed rally simulation racing game, with all the official cars, teams and drivers. There’s over 100 stages across 14 rallies so plenty to race on. Let’s just start by saying the rallying is bloody awesome in WRC 8, on a fast rally like Finland the exhilarating … Continue reading

Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Switch Review: A Digivolution of Classic Monster Taming

It’s fitting that the definitive version of the Digimon 20th anniversary game came out just in time for the West’s 20th anniversary. Digimon Story Cyber Sleuth Complete Edition features not just one but both fully fledged well received Cyber Sleuth games to grace this console generation marking a return to digital monster taming and evolving … Continue reading

Skullgirls 2nd Encore Nintendo Switch Review: the best Fighter with Joy-Cons

Skullgirls 2nd Encore is a cult 2D fighting game developed by the fighting game community for everyone really. Skullgirls can be as simple or complex as you want to make it, making it an excellent entry point for fighting games and has enough mechanics to keep veterans happy too. Skullgirls was largely crowdfunded though the … Continue reading

Mario & Sonic at the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 Review – Long Title, eh?

Twelve years after the series began, we’re still here. Mario and Sonic take to the track again – bringing a cast of characters with them – to compete in the Olympic Games. They’ve visited Beijing, London, Rio, Vancouver, Sochi, and now they travel to their country of origin: Japan. Mario & Sonic at the Olympic … Continue reading

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