2153 Published Reviews
Harry Potter: Puzzles & Spells had the right idea, with some very creative and fun obstacles throughout the levels. However, when too many of these get stacked, the game becomes borderline impossible.
I, Zombie feels a lot like a flash game from sites such as Newgrounds, and expecting that level of quality will net you a fun and short experience. However, that is the extent the game has to offer.
Explore gorgeous lands, revive the dying valley, and discover a sentimental story while you run and jump through the vast worlds to find collectables to learn more about the lore that Valley has to offer.
Children of MortaPC
Children of Morta is pieced together in such a way that no element feels out of place, and the wonderful roguelite gameplay is backed with a deep and emotional story that kept me engrossed until the very end.
Reigns is a great game, however, it's only so in short bursts. Funny and whimsical writing makes for enjoyable and befuddling scenarios I was fond of that got a chuckle out of me.
League of LegendsPC
League of Legends is amazing and fun, with a lot of variety and options in characters that can be played. That being said, the community is a big deterring factor given it's a 5v5 team-based game.
Northgard is one of the prettiest titles in the genre, and with a very addicting gameplay loop, players are sure to spend several dozen hours to it.
Minion Masters is easy to pick up, hard to master, and it's one of the things that makes it such a fun game to play. With a bustling and active community along with its free price tag, Minion Masters is a game everyone should try at least once.
12 is Better Than 6PC
Gorgeous graphics, a wonderful soundtrack, and exhilarating and quick-paced gunplay makes 12 is Better Than 6 a very fun experience. However, the game is dragged down aggressively by its terrible story and equally awful writing.
Horizon Zero Dawn: Complete EditionPC
Horizon Zero Dawn truly expresses how videogames nowadays are an art form, if not only through its visuals and storytelling, then certainly through its expertly incorporated combat. A glee-filled experience through and through.
Timberman VS built on everything that made Timberman the great game it is but sadly the absolutely dire state of the multiplayer matching means a large portion of it simply cannot be enjoyed unless you have a built in friendship group ready to play or do so alone.
Littlewood is a wonderful city builder, relaxing life-sim, and collect-a-thon game. I only wish that its social aspects had been a bit more centre focus for it falls short in comparison to all of the other systems in place.
Timberman is a simple but fun and addicting Arcade game that is sure to be a great addition to anyone's library.
Lacuna – A Sci-Fi Noir AdventureXbox Series X
Lacuna is a beautiful looking futuristic noir detective story with a great soundtrack that really makes you realise how much your decisions matter. Be prepared to do a lot of reading and research in-game so you make informed choices, because if you don’t a bad ending is waiting for you!
Adventures of PipPC
Adventures of Pip's unique mechanic makes it stand out from the rest of the platformers I've played; the game makes wonderful use of the mechanic. Challenging enough to not make it a memory platformer but also not dull, this game is sure to charm any fans of the genre.
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 2PC
NARUTO SHIPPUDEN: Ultimate Ninja STORM 2 builds on everything that the original did, whilst ditching some annoying systems along the way. With a large variety of fighters and a very well made campaign, this game is definitely worth a purchase.
Clid the SnailPC
A reasonable top down shooter from Weird Beluga. While the complete package doesn’t seem to mesh together right, it still has enough substance to tickle some pleasure senses.
NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORMPC
NARUTO: Ultimate Ninja STORM suffers the most from questionable game design choices throughout its campaign. The free battle mode, however, offers a nice variety of characters, and some customisation options and a competent enough AI to make it worthwhile.
CollapsedXbox Series X
Behind the times and lacking in its reason, to imply that Collapsed is an exercise in any of its design would also imply it exerted in the first place. Boring gameplay with no feedback, a story simply uninterested in being told, and a visual design too zoomed out to appreciate, it struggles to find reason in a genre that allows you to exist by default.
One Hand ClappingPC
One Hand Clapping has the right idea but was executed somewhat poorly. For a game centred around music, the audio design truly was a disappointing factor.
Lake is a lovely, slow-paced indie game to play in your downtime. Rich in personality and character, well worth replaying.
BLUE REFLECTION: Second LightPC
Blue Reflection: Second Light is a relaxing RPG with great combat and characters that will pull you through to the ending.
Clockwork Aquario is a great title if you are looking to be transported to the arcade from your house. It’s bright, colourful, and has a fun co-op mode so you can share the experience with a friend. If you have a Switch this is a title to check out!
SCARF is a singer without a voice and a dancer without legs. There were tons of things that could have been great within it, but none of them were capitalised on, and it felt like there weren’t enough resources spent on where it mattered.
Chorus is a veritable smorgasbord of action, exploration, and captivating story. One that I’ll enjoy for many moons to come.