Agony is game which takes the fun and fears out of Hell and throws you into the hellish twisted world of its own making. Every part of the game is home to unimaginable horror but in the best possible way. Sadly, this game is also pretty hellish to play. The…
So far the Fallout Lootcrate has been a joy to open every couple months to see what if going to be inside. The first Fallout Crate was definitely the strongest one but crate number #2 was still up there for some decent gaming merchandise and official swag. If you've not read…
“God” games have always had a certain pull to me, as there’s something fascinating about being able to control the lives of digital beings through the press of a button. Happy Birthdays delves fairly deep into this sort of appeal, yet simultaneously remains shallow in the execution. Happy Birthdays kicks…
Vampyr is centred around the London streets of the early 1900’s where flu has gripped the winding streets and alleyways to create a great crisis in the heart of the capital. Life is Strange developer DontNod clearly take their strengths into the title with impressive narrative and decision lines to…
Over the last few years, several games which received critical and commercial acclaim on the PlayStation Vita, such as Conception II and Danganronpa, have been given a second home on other consoles and PC. Sorcery Saga: The Curse of The Great Curry God is one of these re-releases, which has…
Welcome board game fans. Are you itching for a new and exciting point scoring activity to compete with your friends and family? Then look no further. Join us as we delve into the marvellous, mosaic matching Azul Board Game, by Plan B Games. Claim your colourful tiles, match them up,…
If you have ever imagined what a spy comedy such as Johnny English would look like as a Japanese action game, Assault Spy, the latest project from Japanese indie developers Wazen might be exactly what you have been searching for. Although the game is only in Early Access at the…
After being released for PS4, Xbox One and PC just over a year ago, Little Nightmares has now made its way to Nintendo’s hybrid console in the form of Little Nightmares Complete Edition. This new edition of the game brings across the complete Little Nightmares experience, providing both the original…
Summerset is a little more of the same in The Elder Scrolls Online but Zenimax Online Studio has improved and stuck with what has worked to deliver a decent expansion to the wider world of Tamriel and helped it be one of the best MMORPGs on the market. It’s much…
Fancy out trading your opponents with vibrant markets and colourful golems? Join us as we review Century: Golem Edition by Plan B Games. Gather your crystals, watch the markets, and claim those trade routes. Victory and wealth are ripe for the picking in this economic board game. Century: Golem Edition…
Forgotten Anne is a stunning game set in a world that will remind you of the Studio Ghibli studio because of their hand-drawn characters and environments. The art direction is mainly down to the fact it looks like it would be from the same expert animator Hayao Miyazaki, who brought…
Zombicide has been around for a while now after a very successful Kickstarter and the game takes on the role of up to 6 players battling against the undead as they try to complete objectives. One of the features to Zombicide is the number of expansions you can get to…
Having already looked at the ICON series chair, noblechairs asked us to look at their first gaming chair, the EPIC series gaming chair. This one came before the ICON and is designed more like your usual gaming chair, resembling more of a bucket seat style design. Looking retrospectively, we can…
Are you a fan of bedtime stories and board games? Good. Join us as we repel the dangers from under the bed as stuffed animals and play Stuffed Fables, by Plaid Hat Games. Arm your paws with letter openers, don that teapot helmet, and hold on to your fluff as…
Gal Gun 2 is the kind of game that you have to shut your windows, mark yourself as offline, and hide yourself in the dark to play. Normally when describing this type of game, I’d generally use words like “raunchy” or “lewd” but Gal Gun manages to skyrocket straight into…
When historians look back at the legends of Ancient Greece, many of them will recall the myths of Hercules, Achilles and Theseus. For fans of the PlayStation 2, they will have another hero in mind by the name of Kratos. The God of War series has been a prolific critical…
If you ever found yourself sat in work or on a bus or train thinking, “Do you know what I want? I want an action RPG with cute pixel art, a fun sound track and a heavy nihilistic and anti-capitalistic sense of humour!” Well, if you are in the handful…
Back in 2014, NIS America released an isometric RPG for the PlayStation 3 named The Witch and the Hundred Knight. The game received a moderate critical reception, as well as an enhanced port to the PlayStation 4 in 2016.  The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2 aims to build upon…
At the start of Far Cry 5, you are running away from the bad guys, a similar feeling of nostalgia sweeps over you as you remember many Far Cry games that come before have done the same thing. From there on through, Ubisoft seems to have listened to consumer feedback…
The Alliance Alive is a spiritual successor to a previous ALTUS game The Legend of Legacy but looks to find a new place and improve upon the previous game while still sticking to the 90’s JRPG feel. The narrative takes insight from Yoshitaka Murayama who was a part of Suikoden…
The original Ni No Kuni was released exclusively in Japan for the Nintendo DS in 2010 as a co-development between LEVEL 5 and the legendary animation studio, Studio Ghibli. An enhanced version of the game, Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch arrived in the West for the PlayStation…