Author: Hobbes

Sep
23

OPINION : Dear Bethesda, stop trying to commercialise the mod scene.

(Opinion pieces are just that, they are the opinion of a specific author, they are not representative of the views of the site, nor do they attempt to frame as fact the events described, they are merely the authors’ interpretation […]

Sep
20

REVIEW: Alphabear: Hardcover Edition

Whilst it doesn’t *quite* make the PC port seamlessly, the Hardcover edition includes a number of quality of life features as well as straight up game improvements that warrant the premium price tag.

Sep
19

REVIEW: Blood Bowl 2 – Legendary Edition

Many patches and DLC later, we’re finally back (mostly) where we were with Blood Bowl 1 Legendary Edition, is it worth your money?

Sep
16

REVIEW: Evil Genome

Evil Genome wants desperately to be the next Dead Cells, but shoddy controls, floaty combat and some of the worst voice acting since Tommy Wiseau’s movie “The Room” put it firmly in the bargain bucket.  It’s not evil, it’s simply […]

Aug
10

REVIEW: Cat Quest

Cat Quest won’t revolutionise the ARPG genre, what it will do however is serve as an excellent introduction for people new to it and for parents who want to introduce children to the joys of gaming.

Aug
03

REVIEW: Pyre

Supergiant goes three for three with stellar music, visuals and a game which refuses to sit in a particular genre, neatly straddling sports, team tactics, and a visual novel that forces some incredibly harsh decisions throughout.

Jul
29

REVIEW: Ticket to Earth

A nasty early game trudge almost buries what is a unique and interesting RPG that will see you puzzle out battles in one of the more unique approaches that I’ve come across.