1551 Reviews

Super Cane Magic ZERO

Switch
5.50
Joshua (Shnook)Aug 17, 2019
Super Cane Magic Zero is a crazy, weird, out of this world game that is fun for the first hour or so before getting frustrated with the controls and attempts at weird humor.

Starters Orders 7 Horse Racing

PC
7.00
Joseph GilAug 17, 2019
The vast customisation options and realistic aspects make it a must-play for any horse racing enthusiast.

198X

PC
8.50
Richard ShivdarsanAug 16, 2019
198X feels like it was made specifically for me and my nostalgia. Despite it being very short, I love everything 198X is trying to do and I think it succeeds with excellent results. I can’t wait to see what kind of games they will bring in part two.

Shoppe Keep 2

PC
5.00
Andrew DuncanAug 16, 2019
There is some stuff to enjoy about Shoppe Keep 2, but there’s unfortunately some stuff to dislike. It feels like it left Early Access a little prematurely, as it’s missing some things as I’ve explained, which would have helped the quality of life.

Witcheye

iOS
8.00
Alan WenAug 15, 2019
With an intuitive control scheme, gorgeous pixel art, and incredible variety in enemy and level design, Witcheye is a charming retro platformer you should have your eye on for your phone.

It Lurks Below

PC
4.00
Matthew Esposito GiganteAug 14, 2019
Overall, the game seems very unbalanced, with poor sound usage, simple animations, messy UI, and a difficulty curve after death.

Pathologic 2

PC
8.00
Gary “Dominoid” SheppardAug 11, 2019
A very difficult game that can be frustrating at times, but ultimitely does keep you entertained. Worth adjusting the difficulty to make it more playable.

Metal Wolf Chaos XD

PS4
7.00
Alan WenAug 08, 2019
Metal Wolf Chaos XD isn’t big or clever, but if you want to get your kicks as a mech shooting and blowing things up while being an all-American patriot, then there’s only one choice - believe in your own justice!

Supermarket Shriek

Xbox One
7.50
Richard ShivdarsanAug 07, 2019
One of the weirdest concepts for a videogame I have ever seen, but it somehow works. While the later levels can get infuriatingly challenging compared to the earlier ones, Supermarket Shriek has a great selection of game modes, a hilarious visual style, and excellent level design that had me consistently applauding the developer.

Dauntless

Xbox One
8.00
Shayne BrownAug 05, 2019
If you’re a fan of the action RPG genre and love to dish out major pain to monsters that would otherwise eviscerate you, you’ve found the game. Yes, there are many comparisons to Monster Hunter, there’s bound to be. But Dauntless has plenty of charm to stand on its own. Proud, strong, and above all? Dauntless.

SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech

PC
8.50
Joshua (Shnook)Jul 28, 2019
All in all, I thoroughly enjoy playing SteamWorld Quest Hand of Gilgamech. There definitely are some times when I wished I was playing this on a touchscreen instead of my PC. I did sometimes get annoyed with the characters but that was only temporary. The graphics are absolutely stunning and the gameplay is a lot of fun. The game can be beaten in about 15 hours but I personally think the game has a lot of replayability.

KILL la KILL -IF

Switch
8.50
Richard ShivdarsanJul 24, 2019
With TRIGGER’s involvement for the design and Kazuki Nakashima’s involvement for the story, they managed to help deliver the style, music and hype that fans of the anime – such as myself – loved while creating an all-new “what if” story that may have fans returning to the anime.

F1 2019 Anniversary Edition

Xbox One
9.00
Steven John DawsonJul 20, 2019
Another solid entry into the F1 franchise for Codemasters. It’s nice to see them expanding the game to represent how drivers work their way up into the F1 roster from the F2 feeder series. Being able to build your driver up from (an albeit short) F2 career really lends credence to the story of your driver making their way up through the ranks.

The Sinking City

PC
6.00
Benedict DanielsJul 20, 2019
I so wanted to like The Sinking City and at the start i was invested in enjoying it, but after playing more and more, I just get frustrated and annoyed at the poor execution. If anyone can explain why a game which was in dev for so long comes out with so many glitches and poor code, then answers on a postcard. A brilliant concept with some excellent ideas, let down badly by the game engine, inconsistent writing and plotting.

Snooker 19

Xbox One
6.00
James MartinJul 19, 2019
There’s a really good core game here, but it’s let down by the overall presentation. If you enjoy snooker though, you can easily look past this to enjoy it for what it is.

Red Faction: Guerrilla Re-Mars-tered

Switch
6.00
Richard ShivdarsanJul 19, 2019
A great time if you don’t care about the story and you just want to mess around in an open-world destroying everything in sight. It can feel a little tedious after a while, but the immensely impressive destructibility for just about everything will keep you engaged to the end.

Metal Gear Survive

PS4
3.00
Ethan ButterfieldJul 12, 2019
Is Metal Gear Survive worth it? Oh yeah, totally. Game of the Year. Honestly, I don’t know why you haven’t bought it yet! Death Stranding won’t be able to compete with this. Sarcasm aside, don’t buy this game, just don’t. Yeah, the environments and visuals are kind of neato and the feeling of helplessness certainly comes across, but it’s just a clusterfuck.

Senran Kagura Peach Ball

Switch
7.00
Nikki KoolonavichJul 12, 2019
In all, Senran Kagura: Peach Ball is a title that provides players with the chance to enjoy a rather solid and visually appealing pinball experience, albeit somewhat lacking in content and variety. You’ll find a good few hours of fun here but with some more boards, girls, and gimmicks thrown in this would have been a fantastic title. Still, if using a pinball flippers to smack an anime girls’ butt is your thing then you’ll love this title.

Crash Team Racing Nitro-Fueled

PS4
8.00
Richard ShivdarsanJul 10, 2019
Once I changed the controls to something more comfortable, I had a blast playing through the well-crafted adventure mode and all the tracks and challenges that reside in it, even if the CPU players had the rubber band effect.

Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth

3DS
7.00
Nikki KoolonavichJul 09, 2019
In all, Persona Q2: New Cinema Labyrinth is a love letter to Persona 3, Persona 4, and Persona 5 all wrapped within challenging but fun dungeon crawling experience. The frustrations of the gameplay and the pacing will be turns offs for many but for those able to push on and get lost in the story will find plenty to enjoy. With what might very well be one of the last Nintendo 3DS games to release, it is a nice send off for the handheld. Now then, back to grinding levels.

Bubsy: Paws on Fire!

PC
5.50
Ethan ButterfieldJul 08, 2019
All of the variation feels pretty hollow, for sure, but the design of the game compliments what that variation lacks. All in all, it’s a pretty standard auto-runner that also just happens to have Bubsy in it

Pathway

PC
6.00
Antonio MascarenhasJul 04, 2019
An enjoyable game that leaves you longing for a bit more depth and complexity. While it may feel like it’s a missed opportunity at a great concept, it may yet turn out to be a real gem.

Super Neptunia RPG

Switch
6.50
Andrew DuncanJul 03, 2019
All in all, Super Neptunia RPG is a fun game, but it’s marred by some poor design choices. It’s absolutely gorgeous to look at, the voice acting is great, the music is really nice and the gameplay has a lot of nice touches. If you’re a fan of the series, or are looking for a beautiful metroidvania with a twist, then you can’t go wrong with this.

ATOM RPG: Post-apocalyptic indie game

PC
7.00
ElisaDSJun 25, 2019
For an indie-RPG, this game runs well and has a good story attached. There are several characters to choose from and many attributes to learn and adjust as you go. If you were disappointed by Fallout:76, give this one a try as it feels a lot like one would expect a Fallout game to feel, without the disappointment!

Trüberbrook

PC
5.00
James MartinJun 23, 2019
Unless you’re a die-hard point and click aficionado, it’s difficult to recommend this adventure. One thing is for certain though: It’s not worth its RRP of £24.99.

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