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  • Review: Matchpoint Tennis Championship

    With tennis season in full swing, it’s the perfect time to bring out a brand new tennis game. It feels like...

    Ian GarstangJuly 16, 2022
  • Review: Best Month Ever! | Xbox

    Best Month Ever! is a narrative-driven digital experience similar to modern point-and-click adventures. The story follows single mother Louise who is...

    Ian GarstangJuly 10, 2022
  • Review: Flat Kingdom Paper’s Cut Edition | Xbox

    Flat Kingdom is a colourful 2.5D platform adventure following the perilous mission of a shapeshifting knight on a quest to save...

    Ian GarstangMay 13, 2022
  • Review: The Walking Zombie 2 | Xbox

    Walking Zombie 2 is a mobile port of a first-person shooter packed full of short story missions with a surprisingly extensive...

    Ian GarstangMay 4, 2022
  • Review: The Gunk | Xbox

    I was a big fan of the Steamworld series, so when I heard they were creating a 3D adventure game that...

    Ian GarstangMarch 23, 2022
  • Review: Phoenix Point 2022 | Xbox

    X-COM created a genre all of its own and Phoenix Point is very much its spiritual successor. This comes as no...

    Ian GarstangJanuary 31, 2022
  • Review: A Jugglers Tale | Xbox

    A Jugglers Tale follows the adventures of Abby, a young girl at the center of a puppeteers story in which she...

    Ian GarstangOctober 17, 2021
  • Review: Rumble Boxing: Creed Champions | Xbox

    Boxing games seem to have been hibernating for the last decade. Apart from a couple of half-decent VR games, console gamers...

    Ian GarstangOctober 3, 2021
  • Review: Must Dash Amigos | Xbox

    Must Dash Amigos is a frantic couch coop racer from Cambridge-based Minibeast. Players must run around a variety of crazy 3D...

    Ian GarstangOctober 2, 2021
  • Review: Black Book | Xbox

    Black Book is a dark adventure game that mixes point and clicks exploration with forgiving card-battling action. With a deep and...

    Ian GarstangSeptember 24, 2021
  • Review: Observer System Redux | Xbox

    Is Observer, One to Watch or a System Failure

    Ian GarstangSeptember 16, 2021