May 2017

Paradigm Review

Developed by a single Australian man, Paradigm is a point-and-click adventure game that won't soon be forgotten. read on


Syberia 3 Review

Every now and then a beautiful gaming gem makes its way out of the dusty vaults and makes a much welcome return, It's been 15 years since the release of… read on


What Remains of Edith Finch Review

What Remains of Edith Finch is a poignant, understated tale that has a strong message of family and what it means to belong. As the each thought plays out and… read on


Forts Review

Forts is a charming indie title straight out of Brisbane, AUS. Oozing with style and humour, it scratches the itch I didn't know I had... read on


Prey Review

Operating as a re-boot of an 11 year old game, Prey (2017) is an intriguing and well-crafted delve into an alternative future where space exploration is a larger priority to… read on


AFL Evolution Review

Out of all the sports in the world, Aussie Rules has to be the most difficult to translate into a video game. Being able to kick the ball to anyone… read on


Symphony of the Machine Review

Virtual reality is still a concept that is finding its feet when it comes to its place in the living room, but Symphony of the Machine presents as a neat,… read on


Little Nightmares Review

A side-scrolling platformer with a dark and helpless twist. Discovering what emerges out of the darkness next may be both the best and the worst decision you can make. read on