Gang Beasts review

Gang Beasts review

There’s a folder on my PlayStation 4 that’s reserved for the really good stuff. It’s where Towerfall Ascension sits alongside Nidhogg and the brilliant compilation that is Sportsfriends. It’s where I head when friends are around, when I want a...
Purrfect Date review

Purrfect Date review

Incredibly sweet and beautifully written, this is a meow-nificent choice for cat lovers, as long as you don’t mind a bit of repetition. By Vic Hood Published 14/12/2017 Version tested PC In the Ehime Prefecture of Southern Japan, around 40 minutes from Nagahama...
Rumu Review

Rumu Review

The moral and ethical dilemmas of engaging with ever-evolving technology isn’t a new thing for video games. But in combining these weighty themes with a heartfelt story about family, loss, and love, Rumu brings a fresh and heart-wrenching perspective to some...
SpellForce 3 review

SpellForce 3 review

Describing a game as a mash-up of two other well-known titles is lazy, but you know what? It’s fun and sometimes useful, as in the case of SpellForce. ‘Baldur’s Gate meets Age of Mythology’ is the sell, and third time out for this particular...
Gorogoa review

Gorogoa review

At one point, the sun becomes a gear with tooth-like rays that might slot neatly into the crenellations of a nearby castle. A man walks to the right in the foreground, and the castle retreats to the left in the background. The teeth of the sun have meshed with the...