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...
65%

For Honor | Review

Another year, another ‘always online’ video game from Ubisoft. It’s becoming a bit annoying, because despite the fact I was playing the single-player portion of For Honor, server maintenance threw me out of th...
80%

Yakuza 0 | Review

From afar I’ve always kept an eye on the Yakuza series, but to my knowledge no title in the franchise has caught more media attention than Yakuza 0. Indeed, it’s been hard to escape the critical acclaim plaster...
60%

MX Nitro | Review

If you have ever spent a day surfing the internet in an attempt to pass time, there is a high chance that MiniClip might sound familiar. It was, and still is, a website that provides free online games via the u...
90%

Sniper Elite 4 | Review

The Sniper Elite series is a third-person stealth game that started all the way back in 2005, before quickly resurfacing again in 2012 and going from strength-to-strength ever since. This fourth entry is my fir...