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I’ve been on Fe from the cool indie team at Zoink Games for the weekend and thought it was a good idea to show off some footage and share my thoughts gamers. This is one really impressive indie title...

SteamWorld Dig 2 Review

SteamWorld Dig 2 is the latest game from Image and Form International in the Steamworld Series. It follows the story from the much praised SteamWorld Dig also Coming To Nintendo Switch Soon. You play as Dot a steambot who’s on...
Revealed at the Nindies Showcase back in September, the minute I saw Yono appear on screen I knew I HAD to play this. So here, after a number of hours playing this cool little game, you have my Yono and...
Do you like spiffing good 2D platformer shooter hybrids? Well jolly good because that’s what Cuphead is, it’s a jolly well retro themed throwback boss driven shooter for Xbox One and PC. Do you like challenge? Do you like the...
He’s back, Mario’s back! He’s leaping on to the Nintendo Switch with his latest adventure, bringing all the known and loved features of Mario games with one big difference: open world gaming. Mario’s world is expanding with lavish, detailed...
Metroid fans, our heroine Samus Aran, is back to our future. Originally released in 1991 on the Nintendo Game Boy. The game is a redux of the original game Metroid II: The Return of Samus, and here you can...

Sonic Mania Review

My childhood has been brought back to the now as I have the pleasure of bringing you all my Sonic Mania review. When I was around 10 (so old I genuinely can’t remember!) my SEGA Mega Drive was delivered...
I was not expecting too much going into my Embers of Mirrim review. I’d not done my usual research and just loaded it up and got playing. While the first impression give me the idea this was going to...
I love a nice 2D game, especially one that has that charm of being drawn by hand and made by smaller studios with big ideas. Indie studio Swing Swing Submarine are working with Focus Home Interactive to bring this...
Yooka-Laylee was originally announced back in 2012 as ex-Rare employees stating that they wanted to make a spiritual successor to the 'Banjo-Kazooie' franchise, which was developed by Rare and was a successful, well loved game. Here I am in...
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