Review: Dr Kawashima’s Devilish Brain Training (3DS)

Step inside, see the devil in I, and also do some math problems.

Review: Miitopia (3DS)

Not utopia, but this might be the right thing for Mii and you.

Review: Hey! PIKMIN (3DS)

Hey! PIKMIN removes some of the best elements of the Pikmin franchise, and suffers for it.

Blast from the Past: Sonic the Hedgehog 2 (SEGA Mega Drive)

A 90s classic that has stood the test of time more so than any modern Sonic game

Review: Splatoon 2 (Switch)

Did you come here to watch paint dry? Then you've come to the wrong place. Splatoon 2 is about to inject some colour into your life.

Review: SUPERHOT (PS4)

It is time for the gun game. Bring your ballet shoes, because this dance is intricate.

Blast from the Past: Blaster Master (NES)

Time for some top-down and sideview action as we kill all those radioactive mutants with this cool tank we just happened across.

Review: Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age (PS4)

Whether you missed it on PS2, or are just coming back, you don't want to miss a trip to Ivalice.

Review: Death Squared (Nintendo Switch)

A delightful little co-op puzzle game that will leave you and your friends square-eyed.

Review: That’s You! (PS4 Pro)

That's You! is the perfect party game for both advanced and novice gamers

Blast from the Past: Tomb Raider: The Last Revelation (SEGA Dreamcast)

Not the revelation on the Dreamcast it was hoping to be

Review: Micro Machines: World Series (Xbox One)

Micro Machines might not be a household name like LEGO, or Hot Wheels, but most of us will remember the tiny toy cars from our youth. Or you might remember the game series that started in the mid 90s, which was pretty unique and cool back in the day. So with that nostalgia, and lack of experience with the series, I was very excited to try out the newest iteration of the series, unfortunately, thin...

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