SteamWorld Dig

SteamWorld Dig – Review (Switch)

Miner-cum-platformer SteamWorld Dig – originally released on 3DS in 2013, and on consoles a year later – is a game that gets to the point quickly. Within minutes of booting it up, you find your uncle’s corpse and his trusty pickaxe and descend into the nearby mine to...
SCORE
9

SteamWorld Dig – Xbox One review

As we discovered firsthand back in 2013, SteamWorld Dig is a very hard game to fault without sounding petty. This somewhat belated Xbox One version – which appears to be the last iteration out the door, leaving Image & Form to give SteamWorld Heist their full attention –...
SCORE
9

SteamWorld Dig ends Wii U eShop dry spell

After a month or so of very little, Image & Form ends the Wii U eShop dry spell with SteamWorld Dig. Although not a new game, its somewhat belated arrival on Wii U is no less welcome. A heady mixture of Metroid, Mr. Driller and Spelunky, we found...

2013: Ten games you may have missed

Over the past few months alone we’ve seen the release of two new consoles, revamps of both the PS Vita and 3DS, plus some much needed big-name titles for the Wii U. That’s before we’ve even taken into account the release of GTA V, a game proclaimed to...

SteamWorld Dig – Review

Mining for riches has to be one of the humblest professions known to man. Humble, yet dangerous. Chances of cave-ins, gas leaks, landslides and choking on lumps of gristle in mass-produced Cornish pasties are stacked incredibly high. Logic dictates that any job with a degree of danger has...
SCORE
9