In this isometric puzzler from Tequila Works, it’s time to die.
A LEGO game about building stuff. Finally!
Styx: Shards of Darkness is the second, or third depending on how you look at it, game in the series created by the French studio Cyanide which was formed from a group of ex Ubisoft employees. Firstly, let me put it straight out there; I’ve not played the previous game in the series Styx: Master of Shadows, nor have I played Of Orcs and Men. Hence, I’m very much fresh to this universe and all the lore that has been built up by the previous games in the series. But I…
Get ready to smash some balls into some faces.
If you haven’t heard about Silence, it’s time you did.
Looking for an escape, Tom takes a solitary job out of the city. It’s only human to want to be alone sometimes, but what he finds…isn’t.
Proof a flying squirrel is not just a fancy move in SSX.
Like a genie’s lamp, Shantae rubs me up the right way.
When I put a review together, I try to aim for around the 1000 word mark regardless of the game. But sometimes a game is so underwhelming that it can be a real struggle to put together anything more than a couple of sentences. Hence I have to get creative and pad things out a bit. So here goes….
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…