What The Golf? Review

In What The Golf? you are aiming to get to a flag attached to a pole and maybe even a hole below that, but you a most likely not hitting a golf ball with a golf club. In fact, sometimes you're throwing the club itself, or the golfer; in one level you're throwing the power and direction indicator itself that you use to control your shots. All, of course, leading to you asking "what the... golf?" 

Erica Review

Full-motion video games (FMV) were all the fashion in the early '90s. Now and then one would pop up again like Her Story, or The Bunker. More recently you've had Bandersnatch, the Black Mirror interactive episode bring the genre to the masses without them even realising. 

Control Review

Like all good episodes of the X-Files or the Twilight Zone, there is a fantastic mystery at the centre of Control, a game that seems inspired by both the weekly adventures of Scully and Mulder and the tone of The Twilight Zone.

Muse Dash Review

Roughly a year after its original release on mobile devices in 2018, Muse Dash is now available on the Nintendo Switch. If you’ve played the game on mobile before as I had, I can safely say it plays just as well on the Switch. If you haven't played it before, or would like to know more, please read on.

Blood & Truth Review

Running across a building's rooftop, I leap off the edge towards the balcony below. A helicopter may be hot on my heels but as I land everything goes into slow-motion around me. I draw my pistol while simultaneously flipping the bird at the closest enemy as I fire off a bullet. Boom, headshot.

Everybody's Golf VR Review

I missed a shot, well, let me start over. I blame my missed shot on a T-Rex which screamed behind me as I attempted to putt-in my ball while playing Everybody's Golf VR. Two things that I actually haven't done in VR yet actually: golf and also a dinosaur jump-scare.

Days Gone Review

Your first six-to-eight hours with Days Gone will be your worst. It’s a slow drag of ploddingly introduced mechanics, weapons and characters that eventually does open up to a much more varied and exciting experience.

Ape Out Review

Ape Out is like that final scene in Whiplash starring J.K Simmons and Miles Teller. It’s a loud brash jazz band on stage that builds up slowly until you’re a rampaging ape charging down a corridor covered in blood just hoping for the best while trying to survive the monsters pursuing you. (Note: not actually a good description of that film.)

Call of Cthulhu Review

The works of H.P Lovecraft have seen something of a resurgence of late and not just inspiring games like Bloodborne, but more direct adaptations as well. Call of Cthulhu is a video game adaptation of the board game more than the book of the same name directly, but the Cthulhu mythos created by Lovecraft is everywhere.

Infliction Review

Often in the best horror stories, the real thing to be afraid of is someone close to the lead character, or even those you thought to be your friends. Infliction by Caustic Reality dives into some very dark themes as you begin to uncover the truth in a narrative full of twists and turns where the true enemy is revealed to be someone closer than you may have thought.