Spotlight on Erinye

For many years now I’ve been following an artist on DeviantArt that goes by the name Karosu-Maker. I was first drawn to his work because of his fun fan art of the Legend of Zelda and Resident Evil, and over the years he’s added to it with more works based on Final Fantasy, Street Fighter and so on. More recently, though, his focus has shifted … Continue reading Spotlight on Erinye


Two Point Hospital – Review (PC)

I should point something out straight from the off: it is impossible to play Sega’s new sim release, Two Point Hospital, without harking back to its spiritual predecessor, Theme Hospital, by Bullfrog Productions. As much as I wanted to be neutral and objective in writing this review, I can’t. Theme Hospital was one of the first games I truly loved as a child and it … Continue reading Two Point Hospital – Review (PC)

Spotlight on RimWorld

I love indie games. Supporting up-and-coming developers can be really rewarding, experiencing first-hand how a game evolves and improves with every update. For these reasons I’ve an ever-growing game library crammed with hidden gems and sprinkled with disappointing duds. I wouldn’t have it any other way. One diamond is RimWorld, a survival colony management game with heavy sci-fi influences and seemingly endless possibilities. Developed by … Continue reading Spotlight on RimWorld

Fairune Collection Review (Switch)

Fairune is a series I’ve had my eye on since it cropped up on the 3DS eShop back in 2014. I heard great things about it, from its lovingly-made pixel artwork to the gameplay being very reminiscent of the original Legend of Zelda games. But for whatever reason I just kept putting it off, even as a sequel came out two years later boasting even … Continue reading Fairune Collection Review (Switch)

Angels of Death Review (Switch)

When Angels of Death first cropped up on the Switchs eShop I’ll admit I wasn’t particularly interested. I mean the character design and horror setting looked cool but I didn’t particularly think this RPG Maker title had much else going for it. That was until I was browsing the anime app FunimationNow which was advertising a new anime called Angels of Death. I thought surely … Continue reading Angels of Death Review (Switch)

Kamiko Review (Switch)

Kamiko first caught my eye because of its stunning pixel art-style and its fluid animation.  It’s a Japanese indie title that cropped up on the eShop early into the Switchs launch. The games developed by SKIPMORE – the same people responsible for the two short but sweet 3DS Fairune titles that gathered somewhat of a cult following. For just £4.49 how could I resist checking out this fast-paced … Continue reading Kamiko Review (Switch)

ACA Neo Geo: Waku Waku 7 Review (Switch)

When it comes to browsing digital shops I’m a real sucker for anything with anime graphics. I can’t help myself, I can’t help but be drawn to them particularly if it happens to be a fighter. So when a game matching both of these criteria cropped up in the Switch eShop, well how could I resist. It’s true the Nintendo Switch is unfortunately lacking in … Continue reading ACA Neo Geo: Waku Waku 7 Review (Switch)