Category: Reviews

My Time at Portia Switch Review

My Time at Portia – Switch Review

My Time at Portia is a vastly open life simulation game that takes inspiration from classic games of the like. As one who has just taken over their Pa’s old workshop and handbook, it is up to you to restore...

/ April 16, 2019
Reigns: Game of Thrones

Reigns: Game of Thrones – Switch Review

Reigns: Game of Thrones takes the familiar decision-making gameplay of Reigns and places it in the world of Game of Thrones’ Westeros. Defend the Iron Throne through text-based scenarios and feel the pressure that comes from sitting on the Iron...

/ April 11, 2019
Donut County

Donut County (Switch) – Review

Donut County is a wacky game with an even wackier concept. Play as a raccoon controlling sinkholes that grow bigger as more falls into it via an app. The game is essentially a physics-based puzzle game that combines a wide...

/ April 10, 2019
Beat Cop

Beat Cop (Switch) – Review

Inspired by 1980s police movies, Beat Cop follows a detective named Jack Kelly who was responding to an APB (All Points Bulletin) from a senator’s house. Detective Kelly shoots and kills the intruder, however the jewels that he had stolen...

/ April 7, 2019

Vaporum (Switch) – Review

Vaporum is a steampunk roguelike dungeon crawler, with the aesthetics of the original two Bioshocks, and gameplay akin to that of ‘Legend of Grimrock’. It is absolutely a ground-breaking step in the right direction for the genre. Gameplay Vaporum’s gameplay...

/ April 3, 2019
Hook

Hook (Switch) – Review

Hook is a very simple puzzle game that requires you to retract all of the lines in order to complete a level. However, this is easier said than done. The lines must be retracted in specific orders as one line’s...

/ March 31, 2019
Blaster Master Zero 2

Blaster Master Zero 2 (Switch) – Review

Recreating a classic NES platformer series, Blaster Master Zero 2’s predecessor launched very suddenly on Nintendo Switch within one week of the console’s launch back in March 2017. The sequel dropped onto the eShop in similar fashion and has aimed...

/ March 26, 2019
The Red Strings Club

The Red Strings Club (Switch) – Review

The Red Strings Club is a point and click adventure set in a dystopian cyberpunk future. The game allows the player to step into a world run by corporations where everyone has implants and upgrades. Buckle up, as exploring this...

/ March 22, 2019
Agatha Knife

Agatha Knife (Switch) – Quick Review

Agatha Knife is a 2D point and click adventure about a young seven year old girl who works at her mum’s struggling butchers. She loves animals just as much as she loves killing them for their meat, but she doesn’t...

/ March 20, 2019

Minesweeper Genius (Switch) – Review

Minesweeper Genius is the next evolution for Minesweeping. While the gameplay is similar enough that Minesweeper veterans will ease into it, it provides difficult, calculating puzzles that are satisfying to complete. Gameplay Minesweeper Genius is heavily inspired by the original...

/ March 17, 2019