Vampire Survivors review

Claiming that gameplay will always be more important than graphics isn’t a particularly bold statement. Many will agree that this has been the case for video games ever since their conception back in the late ‘70s. Pong wasn’t much to look at, but it sold the concept of...

Atari 50: The Anniversary Celebration review

The Atari Flashback console series launched in 2017, bringing together 150 games across three volumes – with bespoke versions later launching for Switch and PS Vita. With this in mind, you may be wondering why Atari 50 has generated a buzz, especially when this latest collection offers fewer...

Orbital Bullet review (Switch)

Have you ever found a game hard going before realising that you only had yourself to blame? That was my experience with Orbital Bullet for the first hour or so, finding myself in an early grave due to a penchant for power weapons. The likes of the grenade...

Horse Club Adventures 2: Hazelwood Stories review

Here’s a child-tested review for you. In this family-friendly game, horse enthusiasts can catch up with Sofia, Lisa, Sarah, and Hannah at Lakeside Riding Stables. At the outset, you can customize your character and horse before taking on the main story. A tour of the stables, farm, and...

Lunistice review

Fair warning: I am in my early 40s, and Lunistice has hit me right in the nostalgia. For me it’s a lost Saturn game – and the Saturn specifically, for reasons I can’t quite put my finger on. I think it puts me in mind of Sonic R,...