As 2022 comes to a close, I look back fondly on some truly excellent games. It's time for a Game Of The Year list!
Youtubers Life 2 Review – Embrace The Grind
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.
Nexomon Review – Monster Taming On A Budget
Nexomon is a passable Monster Tamer, but it stumbles in one too many places to get a serious recommendation.
Golf Club Wasteland Review – Toff Apocalypse
What would happen if the world became a barren, uninhabitable wasteland, and most of the human race died in the exodus to Mars?
Kitaria Fables Switch Review – Catastrophe
Kitaria Fables is a lacklustre adventure that's not worth your time or money.
Raiden V: Director’s Cut Review – Crash and Burn
Raiden V Directors Cut does very little to improve upon the flawed core that is Raiden V. Heck, it actually does a decent job at making things worse.
Zengeon Switch Review – Not Like This
Zengeon only barely manages to claw its way out of “broken mess” territory because I encountered no game-breaking bugs. Not worth your time.
Ikaruga Review – Glasses Off
Ikaruga is a legend amongst legends. You can't talk about Shmups without talking about Ikaruga at some point. But is it really all that?
Risk System Review – Not Worth The Risk
Risk System falls into the same trap most Euroshmups fall into, making this a sluggish, tedious affair not worth your time.
Maneater – Nintendo Switch Review
Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water, Tripwire Interactive unleash Maneater into the wild. Imagine GTA, but with Sharks.