The rumours were true! Banjo and his pal, Kazooie, are making their way onto the Switch. Banjo-Kazooie have been announced as a playable character in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate. It’s taken many years, but Nintendo […]
Jules (with help from his daughter, Addison) reviews the new Nintendo Switch game, Little Friends: Dogs and Cats.
“Story-driven gaming at its finest.”
SteamWorld Quest: Hand of Gilgamech is a linear turn-based strategy campaign with RPG elements rolled into a card game. On paper, that’s about as over-complicated as a video-game can be. It’s a huge departure for […]
‘World War Z’, much like the film of the same name – just no Brad Pitt.
The general consensus around movie-games isn’t positive, I could count on one hand the number of games of that genre I’ve enjoyed.
Typically they’re released around the same time as the film, but in this case the game is six years late – and it may have been the best thing for it!
Uncertain at first, I had to push through. The first sequence of the game is a struggle, but once you kick down the barrier that is the first chapter, Metro Exodus really opens up. A […]
“It’s here, the FULL game – but it doesn’t feel exactly ‘full’.” Ryan Mason got stuck into Anthem on PC over the last week, here’s his thoughts: There’s a constant feeling that I’m playing an […]
As someone who has literally poured days into Destiny, Anthem is a game I see myself going through a divorce over… Oh, and what timing by EA! Right when Destiny 2 is on its last […]
“The game should really be called ARK: Try Playing This For More Than Ten Minutes Without Pulling Your Eyes Out.”
With a sweaty brow and dirt under my nails I dove into Farming Simulator 2019. You can really tailor your farming, harvesting crops, raising animals or simply get your axe out for some forestry. I […]