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)