Saturday, February 16, 2019


LocoRoco 2 Remastered review: The Story of a Charmless Circle LocoRoco 2 Remastered is a PSP title that has now made its remastered way to the PS4. Was it worth the effort? Is rolling...

PlayStation Classic review – Barely Good Enough for NPCs [UPDATED]

Sub-par emulation, a questionable choice of games and a lack of features show how little effort went into recreating a 90s institution

WipEout Omega Collection review -a 4K racing experience just shy of...

WipEout Omega Collection PS4*, €39.99 Review code provided by publisher. *WipEout Omega Collection runs at native 4K resolution on PS4 Pro Back when Sony’s OG PlayStation was the...

Review: ROCCAT Sova

With the Sova Lapboard, ROCCAT has a  new product in its portfolio, for all those want to play from their bed or couch. Featuring...

Google Pixel 3 XL review – A Few Swipes from Perfection

The body, UI, camera quality, and premium performance are all something to write home about. Despite some issues, this writer found Pixel 3 XL worth the minor workarounds.

Nokia 3.1 review – Everything But The Power

While there is nothing wrong with giving budget users a premium look and feel über alles, a little more under hood might be preferred sometimes. Nokia 3.1 can need more attention than other budget phones to really get the best from it.

Omensight review – An Eye For Narrative

Omensight is a solid and very enjoyable ARPG, it does exactly what it says on the tin and delivers a little bit more.

Review: Ready Player One

Ready Player One is a very obvious love letter to 80s culture and video games, courtesy of Ernest Cline. Unfortunately it doesn’t have much else going for it.

Shio review – You Shio-uldn’t Have!

Shio is a mysterious platformer that sometimes tries to reach beyond it's grasp in terms of narrative. This can be forgiven due to the games persistent walking of the fine line between deep narrative and sharp platforming.

Review: Assassin’s Creed Chronicles: China

Review: Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China