Beat Cop knows what it’s about. From the off, it reminds you that it’s definitely a video game and definitely shouldn’t be taken seriously.
Author: Richard Banks
It's about Trine...
It isn't going to feed your hunger pangs for more Red Dead Redemption, but it's still a perfectly average, gorgeously designed Western adventure.
The Wizards continues the PSVR's tradition of playing host to fun, immersive experiences in short, compact packages.
There's plenty of great nineties inspired titles and even better HD remakes of classics, but Rad Rogers can't fit into either of these categories.
X-Morph will leave you breathless in its chaos, but even with its pitfalls it’s seriously stupid fun.
An absolute winner.
Chucklefish have yet again proved why they're the indie darlings the development world needs.
The rogue-like renaissance has put out some fantastic titles, but it’s had its fair share of duds too. City of Brass sits somewhere in the middle.