85%

LEGO City Undercover | Review

After spending 4 years hidden behind Wii U's exclusivity, Lego City Undercover has finally been given a new lease of life by being re-released on multiple platforms. This remaster serves as the perfect opportun...
75%

Aaero | Review

Aaero is a rail-rhythm-shooter that perfectly blends together a stellar selection of music with controls that are simple, yet devilishly difficult to master. Its development has been handled by Mad Fellows, a m...
80%

Mass Effect: Andromeda | Review

First impressions are important, but if I based my review of Mass Effect: Andromeda on my initial opinion, then I’d be doing the game a disservice. Its release has been plagued by technical issues and from the ...
65%

LEGO Worlds | Review

Whilst Minecraft is often hailed as the ultimate place for creative gamers, the building blocks of LEGO have been around for far longer. Its powerful tool set has finally been migrated to a digital playground a...
60%

Super Bomberman R | Review

Despite blasting into existence in 1983, it has taken me over three decades to play a Bomberman game. As a strategy game presented through a top down perspective, Bomberman pits you in maze-like levels and all...
95%

Horizon: Zero Dawn | Review

It might be hard to believe that a developer with such a strong background in first-person shoot ‘em ups could craft a successful open world game, yet Horizon: Zero Dawn's ambitious scope and quality truly asto...
100%

Nioh | Review

Nioh isn’t a fun game. I mean, it’s brilliant, but it doesn’t pull its punches. It requires an investment of time and patience, as you learn the ins and outs of its complex design. Understanding the world of Ni...