REVIEW

140 on the Nintendo Switch is still the same award winning rhythmic

140 is a 2D platformer that attempts to re-create this coalesced consciousness without the overpriced ticket rates, sweatiness, and questionable substances. The game blends colorful, abstract visuals and an exciting soundtrack that invites you to solve 140’s secrets by tapping

Warhammer Chaosbane Smashing Good Time

Chaosbane is exactly what you’d expect if you heard the words “mid-budget Warhammer Diablo clone”. No more, no less. You pick one of four heroes, you kill endless hordes of creatures and you loot progressively shinier trousers, stopping occasionally to

Team Sonic Racing Exciting Innovations and Cooperative Features Racing Game

Team Sonic Racing is a 2019 kart racing game and a spin-off from Sega’s Sonic the Hedgehog series. Controlling one of 15 characters from the series’ cast, players compete in races using sports cars. They view gameplay from a third-person

Dragon Quest Builders 2 Building On A Strong Foundation

Despite having an entire Island as my playground, to build up and shape how I please, I’m spending a disproportionate amount of time making bathrooms. Washrooms, spas and shared toilets, both fancy and rustic—there’s a lot to choose from and

Project Nimbus Set in a post-apocalyptic future

Project Nimbus Complete Edition has landed on Nintendo Switch. It follows the initial launch on PC and a 2018 PlayStation 4 port. Now, it is time to strap in for this mechanized Switch assault. vailable now for the Nintendo Switch

SolSeraph inspired by the Super NES cult classic ActRaiser

SolSeraph is an interesting title. Blending three different genres into one game isn’t an easy task but SolSeraph attempts it to the best of its ability. A spiritual successor to ActRaiser, a Super Nintendo city-building platformer. SolSeraph keeps the spirit

World of Warships Wargaming, Fun and Fast-paced Gameplay

Warships is the most thoughtful Wargaming game so far, but its economy continues Wargaming’s pattern of expensive, exploitative freemium prices. World of Tanks is a global phenomenon, and its success has become a new genre of sorts: the World War

Phoenix Point is an entertaining experience for all the tactical-strategy genre

Phoenix Point, from Gollop’s new studio Snapshot Games, is a self-described spiritual successor to XCOM. At first it feels all too familiar: You play the eponymous private military organisation defending Earth from an alien threat, patching holes in the sinking

Concrete Genie bring it back to life with colour, love, and warmth

Concrete Genie is predominantly about painting. Your main aim is to collect the ripped pages of your sketchbook and use your designs to brighten the town’s gloomy walls. Each new area you go to will provide you with new themed

The Surge 2 is a door that can only be opened from the other side

The Surge 2 is that kind of game: an action RPG with a looping, labyrinthine structure and a heavy debt owed to Dark Souls. It’s a hard game in the sense that it demands patience and attention to detail, but

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