Warhammer Elector Counts
Welcome back champions of The Old World. Join us as we review Elector Counts by Cubicle 7 Entertainment. Ready your conquest to take the throne of The Empire in this point scoring board game where every card counts. Can you oust out the competition and claim glory?
Planet Zoo: European Pack Review
Planet Zoo has been out since 2019 and has a bunch of other packs you can purchase along with the base game which most are on offer currently thanks to the Steam Winter Sale 2021. The DLC packs aim to expand your repertoire of animals so you can add more…
Familiar Alchemy Board Games Review
Welcome back avid board gamers! Join us as we review Familiar Alchemy by Digisprite. A venture of growing plants and brewing concoctions with a friendly familiar. Can you impress the Illustrious Alchemist Beira and become her new apprentice?
Age of Sigmar Soulbound Starter Set Review
Welcome back heroes of the mortal realms. Join us as we take a closer look into the Age of Sigmar Soulbound Starter Set. So arm yourselves, prepare your spells, and harness your mettle. Let's get started!
Peaky Blinders Mastermind Review
Over the many generations of video games, software based on popular TV shows and other forms of media have had varied level of success. Ranging from Batman Arkham Asylum to The X Files, each product seeks to entice fans of the franchise to buy the game or introduce new fans…
Wilmot’s Warehouse 1 Hour Review
Welcome back efficient gamers! Join us as we dabble with one of the Epic Games Store free games, Wilmot's Warehouse by Hollow Ponds. In this review, we shall be providing our first impressions from the first hour of gameplay. So, lets jump in!
The Academy: The First Riddle Review
It is often said that one’s school days are the best times in a person’s life. While the validity of that statement is questionable, there are several video games which do a fairly good job at replicating the trials and tribulations of a school environment, such as Bully Scholarship Edition…
Ys Memories of Celceta (PS4) Review
Although some of the gaming community consider the abundance of remakes and remasters of previously released games to be a waste of time, there are many good reasons for a game to be revisited, as seen by the enhanced  editions of Wii U games which have seen new life on…
Warhammer Age of Sigmar: Soulbound Review
Welcome back heroes of the mortal realms! Cubicle 7 Entertainment have recently digitally released the Age of Sigmar: Soulbound RPG. Join us as we delve into worlds of gods, magic, and chaos with our opinions and insights into the game. For Sigmar! So what is Age of Sigmar: Soulbound? This…
Speedlink Sicanos RGB Mouse Review
Speedlink might not be the same household name like other gaming peripherals on the market but one thing it does have is bringing hardware to gamers at a much more inexpensive price while not diluting the quality massively. If you are on a low budget a good place to take…
Yes Your Grace Beta Review
Welcome back, kingdom rulers. Recently, No More Robots have delved into the realms of kingdom simulation and released the beta to their new upcoming game. Join us as we review the demo version of Yes Your Grace which is tipped for a 2020 release. What is Yes Your Grace? Yes,…
Coffence Review
Welcome back avid gamers. Join us as we sip coffee and clash cups in the fencing game with twist, Coffence. Will the goods from Sweet Bandits Studios provide cup after cup of delicious engagement? Or will it leave a bitter taste in you mouth like an over extracted robusta? Let…
Shenmue III Review
In the past few years, SEGA have been resurrecting several of their dormant franchises such as House of the Dead and Super Monkey Ball, with each of these new entries achieving a reasonable amount of success. The latest in this trend of revivals is Shenmue 3, the long awaited third…
Death Stranding Review
Death Stranding has been one of the most mysterious games of this entire generation. For over three years, the entire industry has been left wondering what Kojima's latest work would eventually become, and we finally have our answer. This is one of the most divisive games of the decade and…
Fallout 76 Review
Fallout 76 has a spate of different reviews over the last week or so and we've sunk some hours into the game to try out a variety of different systems, quests and fought some monsters to see if we agreed with the overall consensus or if a diamond in the…
The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan Review
Back in 2015, Supermassive Games released a cinematic survival horror game named Until Dawn, which proved to be a critical and commercial success. Instead of following their triumph with a full-blown sequel, the developers decided to develop a series of spiritual follow-up titles under a franchise named The Dark Pictures…
Autonauts Review
Ever since I was a wee lad, the concept of coding has been fascinating to me. The prospect of speaking in a way that a machine can understand, teaching it to perform tasks in certain patterns, only inhibited by your own logical view of the system. Of course, like most…
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III Review
Following the release of the PS4 remasters of Trails of Cold Steel I and II earlier this year, the long awaited third instalment of the long running saga has arrived in English. On a side note, fans of the series will be pleased to know that Trails of Cold Steel…
Yooka-Laylee And The Impossible Lair Review
Back in 2015, a band of ex-Rare employees formed a company named Playtonic Games. After a highly successful Kickstarter campaign, they funded and developed Yooka-Laylee, a game that was a love letter to the collect-a-thon 3D platformers of the late 1990’s. While the final product divided critics and fans down…
Lapis x Labyrinth Review
Lapis x Labyrinth on the surface is an overwhelming and somewhat repetitive experience, but if you allow yourself to dig a little deeper you'll find an incredibly satisfying gameplay loop filled to the brim with cute designs, vibrant visuals, and an interesting dungeon-crawling system. However, for those looking for a…
Greedfall Review
Greedfall is an instanced but open-world RPG in a savage land surrounded by supernatural tree-like monsters all wrapped up in traditional RPG elements and systems. Questing takes time even from the get-go, combat is exciting and gets better and the game evolves but the game just lacks an overall polished…