Sifu review

Sifu is a new stylish, kung fu action game from SloClap. This one reminds me of my Double Dragon days, but instead of a side-scroller this is in full 3D and has all the bells and whistles of a next-generation game. It’s also pretty tough and had deep fighting mechanics. Sifu is fairly straightforward in… Continue reading Sifu review

Pokemon Legends Arceus review

Pokemon Legends Arceus has arrived as the first ‘big’ first-party potential blockbuster of the year. Gamefreak and the Pokemon franchise have been in a rut and fans have been calling for a shake-up in terms of mechanics, and Pokemon Legends Arceus is a step in the right direction. When it was first announced we wanted… Continue reading Pokemon Legends Arceus review

Solar Ash review

Solar Ash is all about how you traverse across the environment, elegantly skating across the clouds, leaping, and jumping as you go. Paired with the fantastic movement mechanics are puzzle sequences and huge boss fights, which remind me of Shadow of the Colossus. Solar Ash from the same development team that brought us Hyper Light… Continue reading Solar Ash review

Halo Infinite Campaign review

Halo Infinite’s Campaign was released this week, a few weeks after the multiplayer mode, which was delivered early as part of Xbox and Halo’s 20th birthday celebrations. Halo’s new campaign manages to navigate the legacy of great Halo games while pushing the series forward introducing the open world. It has a strong opening third, albeit… Continue reading Halo Infinite Campaign review

Ten Great Games You May Have Missed in 2021

We’re approaching the season of ‘Best … of the year’ lists, and video games is no different. The top lists of the year are likely to be dominated by the big hitters like Deathloop, Pyschonauts 2, Ratchet and Clank: Rift Apart, and Resident Evil Village. However, 2021 has been a fantastic year for games, and… Continue reading Ten Great Games You May Have Missed in 2021

Inscryption review

Inscryption is a creepy card game that has managed to climb head and shoulders above the pack this year, and it’s one of those games you need to check out before 2021 comes to a close. It’s a card game where sometimes the cards talk back, you can merge cards together, plus try and devise… Continue reading Inscryption review