I don’t wanna spoil the review but quite frankly it is sublime. It is one of a kind, mental, humorous, quirky and at times down right “what the hell is going on!”
7th Sector is set in a mysterious cyberpunk world. You must solve different puzzles which in themselves hold certain dangers and information that you collect to discover the untold story that this world holds.
Tools Up! is a simple game and that is why it is brilliant. The focus is definitely on gameplay and it shows. It feels like so much more could have been added but would only have been detrimental.
Monster Energy Supercross – The Official Video Game 3 (well that title is a mouth full!) from Milestone well put together, visually stunning and great fun but bloody hell it’s difficult!
EarthNight has a wonderful mash-up of game mechanics. Each level sees you racing across the back of a giant dragon in a marrige of platformer meets runner.
If you are a child of the 90’s you are gonna love this game. If you love trading card games then Cardpocalypse is the perfect game for you!
Hopefully the initial hyperbolic and angry social media posts has died down from the UK General Election now and we can talk about something more wholesome and less divisive…Fake News.
In Yaga you take on the role of Ivan. An extremely unlucky blacksmith who loses is arm in a confrontation with a witch whilst out in the woods one day.
Sparklite is a true gem of an indie game and is a great buy for any fan of the classic Zelda games.
Our avid viewers might remember me reviewing this title a while back and since it’s never really left the news since it’s release I thought everyone might want a little catchup on my experience with it and what my thoughts are on where it’s going.