Our thoughts on all the games we play.


Aaero Review

The sensibilities of rhythm and shoot 'em up gameplay have been blended successfully on more than one occasion in the past, with Harmonix's Amplitude and United Game Artists' Rez both serving as popular example...

The Sexy Brutale Review

Lavish casino mansion, The Sexy Brutale is packed with no shortage of distractions and amusement. Chipper orchestras play amidst rolling slot machines. Beautiful vocalizations are sung amidst ornate displays of...

Yooka-Laylee Review

When looking back on the classic catalogue of Rare games, few are as readily recalled and beloved as Banjo-Kazooie, along with its equally beloved sequel, Banjo-Tooie. Considered to be two of the Nintendo 64's ...

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review

Close to ten years ago, I excitedly made my way to my favourite game shop and purchased a copy of Mass Effect, expecting to instantly fall in love with it and be lost in its digital stars for days. The hype...

1-2-Switch Review

Another Nintendo hardware generation means another tie-in minigame collection to explain the company's latest hardware quirks. This represents excitement for some, cynicism for others, and overall a healthy pac...