Skip to content

Tag: Review

Indie Games 2

Review: Roll’d

Out: Now – Price: £1.79/$1.99 – Nintendo Switch A strange but oddly compelling little game, Roll’d dumps you into proceedings without telling you anything at all – your little character running along a pathway for…reasons. It takes a few seconds – and a few failures – to truly grasp what’s going on. You don’t control the character at all; in […]

Preview 0

Weekly Round Up

I seemed to cover an awful lot of ground this week; though it was at my usual pace of an article a day, it certainly felt as if I covered more than usual. So I wouldn’t blame you if you missed anything; it seems to me that it’s a good idea take a look at what I wrote about over […]

Review 1

Review: Down to Hell

Version Played: Switch – Out Now – Price £8.99/$9.99 – Published by: Ultimate Games SA I always think that developers make their lives so much harder for themselves when creating […]

Review 0

Weekly Round Up

Hello readers! Hard to believe, but it’s December already – and just over three weeks until Christmas. Scary! Speaking of the terrifying passage of time, somehow another week has passed – which means another seven articles to round up for your perusal. Dungeon Dreams First up was a look at the very promising ‘roguelike romance JRPG’, Dungeon Dreams, the final […]

Review 4

Review: Man of Medan

You know when a new game comes out, everyone is excited about it, sharing photos of the box and then screenshots and clips of the game – and this can go on for weeks, everyone around them getting more and more hyped until, eventually, they cave and buy the game themselves? That happened with Man of Medan incredibly briefly. It […]

Review

Portfolio

Hello to all of you readers out there, new and old. I appreciate you all taking the time to check out my blog – it’s not always easy to find […]

Indie Games 1

Review: Blindy (Switch)

Out Now – Version Played: Switch (£6.29/$7.99) – Developed by: Radoslaw Felich – Published by: Ultimate Games Though the premise may initially seem somewhat tasteless, there’s a fascinating question at […]