Outlast 2 Review

Outlast 2 Review

Slow-Simmered Horror Perfection The first Outlast was something of a critical darling. Many viewed it as a revolutionary horror game with a unique setting and novel premise. As a lifelong survival horror nut, though, I walked away from it with a feeling of...
Flinthook Review

Flinthook Review

Couldn’t Get Hooked If you still haven’t gotten around to watching Flinthook’s intro, I highly recommend you do so now. It’s a beautiful piece of sprite art, a cinematic that will remind the older among you of some of the best 90s cartoons, and which perfectly sets...
Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review

Psycho-Pass: Mandatory Happiness Review

Happiness Is Always Just Out Of Reach Psycho-Pass is an anime that tried to be a callback to the vital sci-fi franchises of yesteryear, but fell flat on its face somewhere along the way. There was a lot to love, sure, but what was there to love was stuff that had been...
Desync Review

Desync Review

Tron and Bulletstorm’s Steamy Lovechild Desync is, first and foremost, a supremely awesome looking and sounding game. Heavy synths and neon colours are the order of the day here, and I am totally into it. Think 1980s/ early 1990s condensed into a single art...
Ruin of the Reckless Review

Ruin of the Reckless Review

Emphasis on the “Ruin” On paper, Ruin of the Reckless has a lot to offer. Take Binding of Isaac, add in a pixel-art style instead of the grotesque, and make the game a brawler. But, to use an old cliche, the devil is in the details. While a game like Ruin...
GRIDD: Retroenhanced Review

GRIDD: Retroenhanced Review

GOODD: Jizz In My Pants At one point in my last run of GRIDD: Retroenhanced before starting work on this review, I was on top of the world. My weapons were fully upgraded, my shields were up, and my score was rocketing sky-high. I was on a roll. Then a meteor shower...