Oninaki Review
Oninaki's art style is one of the first things you'll notice as it's colourful and an RPG from the creators of I Am Setsuna and Lost Sphear but takes a different turn than the usual JRPG's leaning more towards a dungeon crawling title than a more traditional RPG. Don't be…
Life is Strange 2 Episode 4: Faith Review
Three months have passed since the third episode of Life is Strange 2 blew us away with its explosive conclusion, which left Sean Diaz with injuries that will affect him for the rest of his life. The fourth episode of Life is Strange 2, which has been named Faith, deals…
Kill La Kill – If Review
Kill la Kill is an adaption of a popular anime where clothes are magical and less the better in this universe. I was a fan of the anime series with the visual style and animation and was hoping that this game was able to faithfully represent the anime. Kill la…
SteelSeries Stratus Duo Review
Steelseries have been around the scene for ages when it comes to mice, keyboards and headsets but not as involved in the game controller inner circles as much. The Stratus Duo is a multi-purpose wireless controller which can be used for Android, VR, PC Gaming and made with Steam in…
Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth Review
The Persona franchise has come on leaps and bounds since it was soft-rebooted in 2006 with the release of Persona 3. This is thanks in part to its deep philosophical plotlines, a cast of relatable characters and addictive RPG mechanics combined with social networking side quests. The mainline series is…
Team Sonic Racing Review
For over fifteen years, Sumo Digital have proven time and again to be one of the most proficient developers that focus on the racing genre. Their previous portfolio includes entries in the Outrun series, various iterations of the Colin McRae franchise and the recent crossover that is Sonic & All-Stars…
Nitro Concepts S300 EX Gaming Chair Review
PC gaming always has graphics cards and mice at the forefront when you think about what you should buy when looking to up your game. Next, you'll probably think about your keyboard and your monitors but the last thing a lot of people will forget is the trusty chair you…
SNK 40th Anniversary Collection Review
The early years of the gaming industry were filled with some of the most fondly remembered developers. Alongside teams such as Namco, Konami, Nintendo and SEGA were a studio named SNK, who have released some of the best arcade titles, as well as their Neo Geo platform which spawned many…
Zanki Zero Last Beginning Review
Spike Chunsoft have risen in popularity over the last several years, following the runaway success of their apocalyptic murder mystery visual novel series named Danganronpa. Zanki Zero Last Beginning is a first-person RPG that continues with the end of the world theme that moves away from investigating death, in lieu…
Noblechairs Hero Series Gaming Chair Review
We’ve looked at a couple of gaming chairs over the last 12 months, one of the stands out new companies to market is noblechairs, a brand that has spent considerable time at making chairs that look professional - moving away from the usual “gamer look” that can be a little…
Yoshi’s Crafted World Review
For many years, Nintendo have created several franchises to accommodate to every kind of gamer. The Yoshi series, which began as a sequel to the legendary Super Mario World, is an example of a platformer that combines cute visuals with easy to learn and hard to master gameplay mechanics. After…
The Caligula Effect Overdose Review
The Caligula Effect Overdose is a rerelease of a PlayStation Vita game from a few years ago. When the original Caligula Effect released, it was met with a lukewarm response from reviewers, prompting this more fleshed out and prettied up version of the game to seek a chance for redemption.…
Alienware M15 Gaming Laptop Review
Alienware laptops or even pcs have never been known to be on the slimmer side of gaming, mainly down to the fact that most machines have extremely powerful components which need a lot of big coolers and plenty of airflow. The laptops in the past were exactly the same, chunkier…
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel (PS4) Review
With the third entry in ‘The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel’ franchise making its way to western shores on PS4 later this year, Nihon Falcom have also decided to release the enhanced remasters of the first two games outside of Japan. Having previously reviewed the first Trails of…
Far Cry: New Dawn Review
After the success of Far Cry 5, Ubisoft have decided to allow us a return trip to Hope’s County in a standalone game named Far Cry: New Dawn. This new experience takes place after a nuclear attack has rendered the world into a post-apocalyptic wasteland. This trip to the end…
Forever Forest Switch Review
The concept of an endlessly replayable game has become somewhat of a trope in the gaming industry as of late, more particularly within the indie scene. While a game that lasts precisely as long as the player would like is an inviting concept, there tend to be sacrifices made within…
Resident Evil 2 Remake Review
Remaking a fan-favorite game is a dangerous endeavor. Millions of voices will clamor that they want it to happen, that they don’t want it to happen, that they want this or that. Some of these remakes are lost to the times, forgotten as an unfortunate business venture that didn’t pay…
Metro Exodus Review
Metro finally travels outside the tunnels of the underground into a single player story driven narrative that sees Artyom, Anna and the rest of the crew explore irritated Russia in search for a place above ground they can call home without monsters, radiation and enemy humans. Although above ground the…
Kingdom Hearts III Review
Like peanut butter and chocolate, the Kingdom Hearts franchise is a crossover between Disney and Final Fantasy that blends together in a magical kind of way that cannot be easily explained. After many spin off games, several high definition ports and a barrage of secret movies with cryptic content, Kingdom…
Mutant Year Zero Review
Mutant Year Zero might look a little strange due to the blend of human/animal hybrids that take the centre stage but the game is a nice combination of RPG elements and turn-based tactical games like XCOM while being based on the pen and paper original Mutant. The game starts around…
Mage’s Initiation: Reign Of The Elements Review
As with many projects funded via Kickstarter, Mage’s Initiation: Reign of the Elements, a spiritual successor to Sierra’s Kings Quest and Quest for Glory franchises, took slightly longer to be released than was initially projected. Although it was initially funded in March 2013, the game has taken ten years to…