Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Punch Club was provided to us by the publisher (TinyBuild) via a digital code for Xbox One.
Get ready to smash some balls into some faces.
Proof a flying squirrel is not just a fancy move in SSX.
A mystery. A creature of mirth and mischief and yet holds the power to virtual worlds in his fingers. Are these virtual worlds his or ours though, what destruction will be wrought upon his whim? The reading of his book may destroy us all. He also plays games.
Hail to the king or relegated to the bin? The unappealingly named King Oddball makes way onto home consoles from mobile devices. If you have ever played a popular mobile game where you throw birds across the screen using a slingshot, you are in for a familiar ride. Here’s a 2D physics puzzler, with the aim to wipe enemies out with one simple attack using timing and planned chain reactions. Clearly inspired by perhaps one of the most dominating mobile games of our time – Angry Birds – this is intended as a pick…
The intense platforming of HoPiKo might be a leap too far.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Dead Synchronicity was covered with a download code of the PS4 edition, provided by the Badland Games.
Observe, think and learn. That’s not too hard, is it? Although The Witness is presented in its marketing as the story of a man marooned, the experience is as pure a distillation of its gameplay ideas as I can remember. Unencumbered by the shackles of narrative motivations, this first person puzzle game gives you an island to explore in whichever way you like, provided you can solve its myriad conundrums.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Star Hammer the Vanguard Prophecy was reviewed with a download code of the Xbox edition, provided by Xbox.
Zeldamania Running Wild! Developers Cornfox & Bros. clearly love Zelda, and they want you to love Zelda too. They made a Zelda clone. They’ve got the horn. The Oceanhorn! Originally released as an iOS title in 2013, Oceanhorn was later ported to the PC in 2015 and now it sails onto PS4 and Xbox One. I suppose the big questions are…is it a bad Zelda knock off, or can it sail on its own across the high seas? The respective answers are: yes, and kind of.