Loop Hero combines deck building, roguelite elements, and idle mechanics to create a deeply addictive game that I think I liked...maybe.
The Warhammer 40k Universe hasn't had the best track record when it comes to video games. Battlesector aimed to change that - and succeeds.
I have a lot of nostalgia for Monster Rancher, but even those rose-tinted spectacles couldn't cover up Monster Rancher 1 & 2 DX's flaws.
Halo Infinite has a robust set of sensitivity options, giving you plenty of things to mess around with. Here's out favourite set up.
Halo Infinite might just be the finest multiplayer shooter to release in the last decade - it just needs a few tweaks to get there.
Song Of Horror has some interesting ideas, but fails to execute them well enough to deliver a satisfying horror experience.
Blue Reflection: Second Light got me to reflect on my own biases when it comes to gaming.
Project Zero: Maiden Of Black Water isn't a flawless horror experience, but it's unique brand of spectral spooks are uniquely unsettling.
Youtubers Life 2 proves that making your sequel bigger, doesn't always mean it's going to be better. There's simply too much padding here.
I am not a huge fan of puzzle games, but Dusk ‘82 had me playing from start to finish with a smile on my face.