Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my quick video reviews! Shape of the World was provided to us by Xbox/Hollow Tree Games for Xbox One. It was reviewed on an Xbox One S and X. For more on Shape of the World make sure you tune in to BXB’s Bits and Bobs; our regular podcast available on iTunes.
I’ve just come back from a trip to London. If you’ve had to spend money in London recently, you’ll know this – it can absolutely bleed you dry.
Despite the name, this stealth action game involves no paper folding whatsoever.
One of the 80s’ biggest arcade games is now literally in your face.
Hello everyone and welcome back to another of my pure cringe video reviews! Time Carnage was provided to us by Wales Interactive for Playstation 4 Pro. Sorry, I couldn’t be bothered to swap all the leads to try it on the standard platform. For more on Time Carnage make sure you tune in to BXB’s Bits and Bobs; our regular podcast available on iTunes.
Remastered is a somewhat misleading suffix, and you can excuse yourself for assuming that this is a remaster of a classic 80’s point and click adventure – that’s what I had assumed. A little research reveals that this is in-fact a port of the 2013 PC title The Raven: Legacy of a Master Thief, adapted and polished for consoles.
For the uninitiated, which included myself prior to playing this game, Beast Quest is a popular series of books aimed at children around the age of 7. I’ve not read the books, although I can’t help but assume that the transition from paper to video game has done anything other than tarnish the brand.
Gaming’s first lesbians are back.
A puzzle game with boobs? Should have called it Titris.
90s platformers were great, until you go back and play half of them.