Bye-Bye BoxBoy! Review: No one puts Qbby in a corner

I never thought I’d use my 3DS again, and then Bye-Bye BoxBoy! said hello. The third title in the delightful

Mass Effect: Andromeda Review: Already better than Shepard

The Mass Effect franchise has had an interesting life. Developed by BioWare, the original was an Xbox 360 console exclusive

FlatOut 4: Total Insanity Review: Propped up by its stunts

FlatOut 3, released in 2011, almost killed the franchise. With new owners and a new developer that didn’t understand the

Styx: Shards of Darkness Review: Unforgiving, polished stealth

Cyanide is back with Styx: Shards of Darkness, a direct sequel to 2014’s Master of Shadows and the third title

Snipperclips: Cut It Out Together! Review: A snipping good time

Snipperclips: Cut It Out Together! is the Switch’s second-best launch game, almost beating out The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the

Kitty Powers’ Matchmaker Review: It’s all about love, kittens

Sometimes you just want to do away with open-world epics and simply match up two hopeful lovebirds. If you agree

Fast RMX Review: Switch has got time for a quickie

Nintendo should hire developer Shin’en Multimedia to make a proper F-Zero game. It’s basically what the studio has crafted with

Watch Dogs 2’s Human Conditions DLC Review: DEDSEC is back

While it was only a few months ago, the release of Watch Dogs 2 feels like a golden memory from

Super Bomberman R Review: Expensive multiplayer mayhem

It’s like Bomberman, but each player only needs half a controller and it’s having a laugh with the price tag; that’s

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands Review

There’s a lot broken inside Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Even after the game’s day one update, in which a

1-2-Switch Review: Baby, skip me one more time

1-2-Switch is overpriced and underwhelming. A collection of 28 mini-games priced at $69.95 AUD, 1-2-Switch is a one-hit wonder without the hit.

I Am Setsuna Review: Sacrifice and chill

I Am Setsuna is a JRPG from Square Enix, developed by Tokyo RPG Factory. Despite the mass-production imagery this name

Skylanders Imaginators Review

The Skylanders franchise is back with Imaginators, offering up a create-your-own hero alongside a new mystical power and a new

Just Dance 2017 Review: Back and better than ever

I’d like to think that I single-handedly saved Just Dance 2017. I’m a huge fan of the franchise, but loathed

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild Review

Breath of the Wild is the complete revolution of The Legend of Zelda series I never knew I always wanted.

Nintendo Switch Review: A handheld that offers genuine console quality gaming

Sleek, powerful, innovative, yet familiar – what you see is what you get with Nintendo Switch. After a week with