• V Rising has all the bite you need

    After two years in early access, V Rising is finally a finished and launched game with its 1.0 release. But has the early access period been good for the game and is the game any good today? The short answer is: Yes! The longer answer you can read here below. Success in combining genres V…

  • A Wild Adventure: Animal Well Game Review

    As a lover of puzzle games and animals, I was thrilled to get my hands on the recently released indie game, Animal Well. The game, developed by Billy Basso, offers a unique and refreshing take on the puzzle genre, with its focus on exploration, discovery, and animal companionship. At first glance, Animal Well may appear…

  • Stellar Blade: Strikingly Beautiful but generic

    Stellar Blade is a game that certainly has its strengths and weaknesses. On the one hand, the combat system is incredibly engaging and satisfying. The variety of weapons and abilities at your disposal, combined with the smooth and responsive controls, make for a battle system that is both fun and challenging. In addition to the…

  • Sand Land – A Mediocre JRPG Experience

    As a fan of Japanese role-playing games (JRPGs), I was excited to dive into the world of Sand Land. Developed by ILCA, Inc., this game promised a unique blend of fantasy and adventure in a desert setting. While the game has some redeeming qualities, I found the overall experience to be quite mediocre. Story and…

  • Rise of the Ronin could have been so much more 

    With Shogun releasing on television and a rumored Assassin Creed set in Japan on the horizon, it feels like the perfect timing for Team Ninja to come out of the shadows with an open-world game set in the middle of the 19th century’s Japan with the combat and fluidity they are known for. While this…

  • Broken Roads is a bit broken, but it is great heading out on its Australian roads. 

    Ever wondered how life in the post-apocalypse would have been in Australia? With Broken Roads, you can experience it. The debut title from studio Drop Bear Bytes may look like the Australian version of the two first Fallout games but it is its own amazing thing with a few kinks of its own.  Good-looking and…