Ori and the Blind Forest Review: Style Over Substance?

February 14, 2016 0
There are video games that you play, and there are video games that play you. Ori and the Blind Forest is the latter. Its prologue weaves a heart-wrenching narrative about life and loss that leaves you close to tears. We'd go as far as to say th

Elite: Dangerous Review – Lost in Space

October 13, 2017 0
Space simulation games have been in the news of late, and not for good reasons either. Be it Star Citizen's long drawn and very public development controversy, or the underlying sigh that punctuates every display of No Man's Sky, the fact i

ScreamRide Review: Bring the Amusement Park Home

February 14, 2016 0
Here's something you may not have known: prior to returning to its roots making space simulation games with the critically acclaimed Elite: Dangerous, UK-based Frontier Developments was responsible for a host of amusement park management games s

Resident Evil 0 HD Review

October 9, 2016 0
After the success of last year's Resident Evil HD Remaster comes Resident Evil 0 HD. It's a prequel to the game in a series, that for the longest time, codified the horror genre as we know it. And while it might not have the same sense of u

FIFA 16 Review: Inclusive, but Is It for Everyone?

August 3, 2017 0
It's extremely likely that regardless of the score at the end of this review, you already have an opinion on FIFA 16. Publisher Electronic Arts (EA) put out a demo earlier in the month, the full game was available this week as a free 10-hour tri

Sony PlayStation TV Review: Dubious Things in Small Packages

February 14, 2016 0
Microconsoles are an interesting lot. They aren't meant to replace your traditional, high-end consoles like the PlayStation 4 (PS4) and Xbox One; they're designed more to give you a taste of big-screen gaming at a relatively low price. Whil