Category Archive: Reviews

Videogame Reviews

Pile Up! Box by Box review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

Cuteness isn’t everything – but Pile Up! desperately wishes it was.

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Super Soccer Blast: America VS Europe review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

The developers of Super Soccer Blast return with a game that’s pretty much the same as their last one.

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Hot Wheels Unleashed review for Xbox Series X, PS5, Switch, PC

Bring your childhood to neon orange life with this excellent arcade racer that makes fantastic use of the Hot Wheels license.

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Quake review for Nintendo Switch, PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, PC

A ‘90s classic gets new life — if not any improvements — on current-gen systems.

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Cultist Simulator: Initiate Edition review for Nintendo Switch, PC

If you’re a fan of dense, impenetrable games, then Cultist Simulator will be right up your alley.

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Tetris Effect: Connected review for PC

The new multiplayer additions introduced in Tetris Effect: Connected are well worth playing and experiencing.

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Bone Marrow review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, Switch

This game was better when it was called 2048.

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Scrap Garden review for Nintendo Switch, PS4, Xbox One

A post-apocalyptic game about robots and dragons that’s nowhere near as exciting as the first half of this sentence would lead you to believe.

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Doomsday Vault review for Nintendo Switch, PC

Kind of like a knock-off Wall-E.

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Mind Maze review for PS Vita, PS4, Xbox One, Switch

Simple, straightforward, and shockingly addictive.

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LOVE – A Puzzle Box Filled with Stories review for Nintendo Switch, PC

How can someone hate LOVE? Very easily, it turns out.

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Lost Judgment review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One

Friendship with Kamurocho has ended, now Ijincho is my best friend.

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Fire Tonight review for Nintendo Switch, PC

Very, very short, but very, very good.

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Witchcrafty review for PS Vita, PC

One of the Vita’s last-ever platformers is less-than-stellar.

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Faircroft’s Antiques: The Heir of Glen Kinnoch review for Nintendo Switch, PC

Pretty good — insofar as that adjective can be applied to a hidden object game.

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Akiba’s Trip: Hellbound & Debriefed review for Nintendo Switch, PS4

A decade-old PSP game gets new life; mediocrity ensues.

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Tales of Arise review for PS5/4, Xbox Series X/One, PC

Bandai Namco’s latest JRPG title has a great premise and story and is one of the better Tales they have produced.

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