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Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 2 Review - Losing Momentum - cover

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 2 Review: Losing Momentum

Episode 2 of Star Wars: The Bad Batch takes a step back from the action of the pilot episode, instead focusing on the themes of relationships, family and fatherhood. But does it live up to the blockbuster first episode's standards? The Bad Batch made...

6 Fair
Resident Evil Village Review: A Hairy and Sexy Crowd-Pleaser (PS5)

Resident Evil Village Review: A Hairy and Sexy Crowd-Pleaser (PS5)

Resident Evil has been on a hot streak with 7 and the remakes of the second and third games. Village is out now, and the bar is set mighty high. With the franchise having a wide range that it offers its fans, from more action-oriented entries to more...

8 Great
Star Wars The Bad Batch Episode 1 Review Humble Beginnings

Star Wars: The Bad Batch Episode 1 Review: Humble Beginnings

The Bad Batch episode one: 'Aftermath' begins an exciting sequel to The Clone Wars TV show. The show has fantastic potential with the characters and plot points in the Star Wars universe, but does episode one live up to the hype? Sequelling Star War...

7.5 Good
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Returnal Review: Death Becomes Her

Housemarque's hotly anticipated roguelite is finally here, with the promise of horror and intrigue, but does it live up to the hype? This Returnal review will explore the high-highs and low-lows of PlayStation's latest hyped exclusive. Describing Ret...

8 Great
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The Invisible Hand Review: The Greed of the Grind

Could you be the next big Wall Street superstar? The Invisible Hand lets you take a look into the world of high-flying financial analysts, and what it takes to stay in that position. Through all of the lobbying and luxury, will you win big or lose bi...

7.5 Good

New Pokémon Snap Review: Slightly Under Picture Perfect

Snap is back—is it better than ever? Roughly 22 years have passed since the debut of this incredibly niche idea, a polar opposite to the RPG classic that spawned Poké-mania in the late '90s. With so much hindsight (and a thousand more pokémon), there...

7.5 Good
Buildings Have Feelings Too! Review - A Shaky Foundation (Xbox One) Cover

Buildings Have Feelings Too! Review: A Shaky Foundation (XB1)

Buildings Have Feelings Too! is a kooky new management sim game that stars buildings as the protagonists. But what is it like to play? This review traverses the intricacies of the mechanics and movement, and gets to the bottom of whether or not this ...

6.8 Fair
Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion Review: Turn up the Truth (PC) Cover

Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion Review: Turn up the Truth (PC)

Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion is the debut title from Snoozy Kazoo and focuses on an adorable yet mischievous little veggie who refuses to follow the rules. After avoiding his taxes, he must now work for Mayor Onion to pay off his debts but discover...

7.3 Good

MAMIYA Review: Emotional Emancipation

Not everyone gets a happy ending. What if you could change that? MAMIYA is a viciously dark visual novel that radiates the anxiously despairing situations of four young men. Originally a doujin, the story has since been developed into a fully fledged...

7.5 Good
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Before I Forget Review: Fleeting Memories (Switch)

Before I Forget examines an extraordinary life, told through the mundane and profound details scattered throughout a home. Players get the chance to understand the debilitating effects of neurocognitive disease through a story about love, loss, and l...

8.5 Great
Chroma Quaternion Review: Well-Seasoned Offering

Chroma Quaternion Review: Well-Seasoned Offering (PC)

The folks at KEMCO continue to move the needle closer and closer to RPG perfection with Chroma Quaternion, a title that's fun, entertaining, and hard to pronounce. Fans of classic RPGs that have a hard time going back to the limits of the '90s will o...

8 Great
Silicon Dreams Review: The Great Robot Roast cover

Silicon Dreams Review: The Great Robot Roast

Silicon Dreams lets you play as an android tasked to investigate deviants among a society that has become dependent on robots. Will you succeed in extracting information and confessions from your subjects – or will your artificial emotions get the be...

8.5 Great
The Longing Switch Review

The Longing Review: Interesting Idle Adventure (Switch)

The Longing is a game about waiting for time to pass. It may not sound appealing, but the game comes with lots of tricks up its sleeve, resulting in a melancholy meditation on silence and loneliness. Find out whether it's worth the wait. The Longing ...

8.1 Great
Disco Elysium: The Final Cut Review: Dancing through Desolation (PC)

Disco Elysium: The Final Cut Review: Dancing Through Desolation (PC)

Disco isn’t Dead. Our favourite Superstar Cops return to the dilapidated City of Revachol to solve a brutal murder, prevent a political calamity and endure a long and near-suicidal journey of total self-discovery. Viva la revolución! Back in 2019, Es...

10 Perfect

The Father Review: A Disorienting Descent

Nominated for Best Picture at the 93rd Academy Awards, The Father bends the mind in spectacular fashion. Starring Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman, a man named Anthony must come to terms with his deteriorating mental health. The real question is, wi...

8 Great
DOOM 64 Review: More Than a Port (PC) Cover

DOOM 64 Review: More Than a Port (PC)

As a forgotten entry in the DOOM series, DOOM 64 received some much-needed attention through its 2020 remaster. If you thought this was nothing more than a Nintendo 64 port, you thought wrong. This is a highly unique classic FPS experience, and the r...

9 Amazing
Shadow Man Remastered: Comb the Depths of Deadside

Shadow Man Remastered Review: Comb the Depths of Deadside

Nightdive Studios put a lot of work into Shadow Man Remastered. It's time for Mike LeRoi to brave the depths of Deadside once more to save the world of the living. This time around, he'll explore three large new levels that were unfortunately cut fro...

7.5 Good
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Narita Boy Review: A Blast From the Past (PC)

Narita Boy, the debut game from Studio Koba, is an excellent 80's inspired action-adventure game with heart. It is up to you to enter The Digital Kingdom and defeat the nefarious HIM and his Hackernauts with your radical Techno-Sword. On its surface,...

7.5 Good

TASOMACHI: Behind the Twilight Review: Electro Beats to Explore To

Take to the skies with your airship and help restore beautiful sprawling towns in TASOMACHI: Behind the Twilight. The fantasy platformer collect-a-thon promises a relaxed experience that lets players kick back and explore – will this simple and speci...

7.5 Good
Ruinverse Review: Not Entirely Ruinous (PS4) Cover

Ruinverse Review: Not Entirely Ruinous (PS4)

Ruinverse is a 2D RPG with turn-based combat, and a strong story throughout. Learn more about the magical world the characters reside in, and progress through several unique chapters. Whilst the story is strong, the gameplay falls a bit short, and so...

7.7 Good
Genesis Noir Review: Per Aspera Ad Astra (Switch) cover

Genesis Noir Review: Per Aspera Ad Astra (Switch)

Saxophones and singularities come together in a one-of-a-kind game experience. Genesis Noir takes you on a mind-blowing cosmic cruise through time and space in order to save the love of your life - and maybe your own. Will this starry adventure win y...

6.5 Fair
Outriders Review: Out of This World Fun! (Xbox Series S)

Outriders Review: Out of This World Fun! (Xbox Series S)

Set out on Enoch, the last bastion for the human race, in hopes of creating a better life for your fellow humans. As an Outrider, you are a specially selected team of soldiers who protect the inhabitants of Enoch from the dangers that await. Destroy ...

7.5 Good
Cozy Grove Review A Game I Slowly Ghosted Switch Cover

Cozy Grove Review: A Ghostly Experience That Might Be Worth Ghosting (Switch)

Cozy Grove provides a new take on the camping experience. This game has spirit, literally, but there's a bit of turbulence in execution. Does the stellar story save an otherwise mixed bag of a game? It may work for some, so it's worth a cursory view ...

6 Fair

Neo Geo Pocket Color Selection Volume 1 Review: Forgotten History

The Neo Geo Pocket Color Selection Volume 1 for Nintendo Switch brings a forgotten handheld to the forefront. Featuring 10 games that defined SNK's unique platform, this collection serves as a glimpse into gaming history. Six fighting games, two acti...

6.5 Fair
Sanity of Morris Review: No Scares, No Good (PS4)

Sanity of Morris Review: No Scares, No Good (PS4)

Although Sanity of Morris may have some interesting ideas for plot and gameplay mechanics, it fails to execute any of its concepts. Throughout its three levels, the game fails to keep an atmosphere of suspense or provide any consistent scares, to the...

3 Bad

Bladed Fury Review: A Blade Missing Its Hilt (PS4)

If you've ever wanted to play through a Chinese fable, Bladed Fury is your chance to do just that. Full of inventive gameplay, stunning artistic design and daunting bosses, Bladed Fury finally arrived on PS4, but was it worth the wait? Hack and Sl...

6 Fair
Deiland: Pocket Planet Edition Review: Cute Space Farming (Switch)

Deiland: Pocket Planet Edition Review: Cute Space Farming (Switch)

The imaginative adventure title is making its way to Switch as a complete package. Deiland: Pocket Planet Edition combines currently released DLC with some gameplay adjustments to give players the best possible experience while crafting a life on a t...

7 Good
Wildfire Swap Review: Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires

Wildfire Swap Review: Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires

As wildfires continue to prove a threat across the globe, one developer has decided to try and encapsulate the scale and power of this phenomenon in a charming tile-swapping puzzler. Try and stop the spread of forest fires in Wildfire Swap! Wildfires...

9 Amazing
Godstrike Review Time After Time Switch cover

Godstrike Review: Time After Time (Switch)

Godstrike is a small indie title with big ideas. This first game from OverPowered Team is a solid start, but its interesting mechanics are let down by inconsistent difficulty and lack of personality. This review goes into what works and what needs im...

6 Fair
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