Surf 'n' Turf

Overcooked 2 Surf ‘n’ Turf Review | New DLC Brings Hardened, Tropical Fun

When Overcooked 2 launched, Summer was in full swish with clear skies, sweltering heat, and lots of ice pops. I, however, was in a kitchen with burning cakes, charring chickens, and failing to locate the fire extinguisher as the…

the movies

How The Movies Inspired My Move into Media Production

There’s a game I hold very dear to my heart and one that helped lead me onwards to the journey of film and TV production. While I lacked the resources to achieve the same type of productions, it was…

Hallowed Candy

Hallowed Candy Review | Trick or Indie Treat?

With Halloween fast approaching there’s always the desire to whack on a horror film or boot up a scary film in a bid to get yourself hyped for the evening where people knock on your doors and ask for…

Battlefield V

Choosing Between Battlefield V or Call of Duty Black Ops 4 From Beta Impressions

I was elated to get access to both the Battlefield V beta, and the Call of Duty Black Ops 4 beta when they went live this year. Truthfully, I was more excited for Battlefield due to being a fan…

Make Sail

Make Sail Let’s You Build a Boat so You Can Please a Tower

With a heartbroken tower punishing a tribes greed with a treacherous storm, a lone sailor works on returning Chimes to said tower. Players get to build their own boats to sail the waters, but building the perfect raft requires…

Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout

Call of Duty’s Blackout Mode Is Fun, Meaty, and Looks like It Wants to Dominate

It goes without saying, Battle Royale has been dominating the charts since Playerunknown’s Battlegrounds started smashing records in 2017. Call of Duty Black Ops 4 Blackout has set its sights on that there pie, and it sure does look…


Claybook Review | A Creative, Satisfying Experience for Kids and Adults

What if you could shoo those annoying kids away, sending them to play with some clay and water without worrying about the dreaded mess to clean up afterwards? Well, thankfully Claybook has the solution and implements material properties, soft…

The Spectrum Retreat

The Spectrum Retreat Review | Enjoy Your Stay, Do Try the Puzzles

Ah, the stereotypical psychological thriller scenario of waking up in a location with no memory of who you are and the quest to learn about how you got there. The Spectrum Retreat introduces that generic plotline but throws in a puzzling twist…

human: fall flat

Human: Fall Flat’s Console Multiplayer Update Reminded Me That Strangers Suck

Loveable physics fun-fest Human: Fall Flat took the hearts of content creators by offering flaccid limbs, and puzzling worlds. It grew in popularity when the PC version introduced online multiplayer allowing friends to have a right laugh from the comfort of…

Two Point Hospital

Two Point Hospital Review | Treating Nostalgia with Modernisation

Two Point Hospital is a title that has been on the radar since mutterings of it being the spiritual successor to Theme Hospital came about. The question is, does this modern title live up to the 1997’s classic legacy? Two Point Hospital reminds me…