Review: Child of Light (Wii U)

In retrospective Ubisoft is not the type of studio to produce two-dimensional pieces of art. Rayman Origins and Legends would love to disagree with that statement, but when you first lay your eyes on Child of Light it’s something completely different. Something that’s completely out of the Ubisoft norm. It’s perhaps a shining light of what this industry, surrounded by flying bull...

Review: Pure Chess (Wii U)

Chess fan? You might want to Check this Mate.

Review: The Abyss (Wii U)

Is this game deep enough for your money?

Review: Squids Odyssey (Wii U)

Time to see some calamari action.

Review: MotoGP 14 (PS4)

Finally. A wheelie good motorbike game.

Review: Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark (PS4)

Is this really their darkest hour?

Review: Sniper Elite 3 (PS4)

Sniper Elite 3 feels like a shot to the balls, in slow motion

SteelSeries Sensei Wireless review

The award-winning Sensei goes wireless, and it is glorious.

Review: Gravity Badgers (Wii U)

This is the best game ever to feature badgers. It's also maybe the worst.

Review: Swords and Soldiers (Wii U)

What does a Viking Chief, an Aztec Emperor and the Imperial Chinese have in common? All three of them were part of a great nation and they’re also the main players in a very creative and different strategy game called Swords and Soldiers. I’ve always enjoyed playing real-time strategy games, but unlike so many of them, Swords and Soldiers takes on a slightly different approach. Instead of creating...

Review: Yoshi’s Island: Super Mario Advance 3 (Wii U, GBA)

If the friendly dinosaur does not grab your attention his tongue will

Review: Golden Sun (Wii U, GBA)

12 years on and the sun shines as brightly as ever.

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