A remaster that's worth praising the sun for on the Nintendo Switch.
Take two parts strategic combat, three parts co-op action, add a generous helping of hidden twists & puzzles, and drizzle with hilarious dialogue. Serves four.
The only game where the wild beast that I'm raising is a more finicky eater than I.
Fall in love with the first five seconds and never let go until she does.
Call of Cthulhu is an en enigmatic, if flawed experience, which unlike the rather underwhelming Agony, has managed to live up to its hype.
A charming tile that really entertains while it lasts, but once you've seen everything that it has to offer, there's little to force a return.
A tower defense game that, sadly, will only engage those who are really, REALLY into tower defense.
A good game that is severely hindered by technical issues.
A look at Assassin's Creed Odyssey, the latest (and possibly greatest) chapter in the Assassin's Creed franchise.
Sinner strives to emulate the best of Dark Souls with it's own original penalty system, but ends up leaving players stranded on the roadside.