PS5


They might seem like a videogame staple now, but back in early 2005 there was no such thing as a Lego videogame. Lego Star Wars on PS2 was quite the revelation at the time and it seemed staggering that nobody had come up with it before. Of course, there’s since […]

Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga – PS5 Review


From the makers of the excellent Guacamelee! games, Drinkbox Studios, comes Nobody Saves the World on PS5. It’s quite a departure from those games with their Metroidvania level layouts, technical platforming and combat. Instead you walk around a top down world which looks similar to an older Zelda title but […]

Nobody Saves the World – PS5 Review


Remember Atari? They were famously co-founded by Nolan Bushnell in the early ’70s. After the videogame crash and even more half-arsed 1990s attempts at console hardware than Sega, they ceased to be. Also remember Infogrames? They acquired the rights to the Atari name and subsequently rebranded. Now they’re back with […]

Kombinera – PS5 Review









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Z-Warp is the latest shoot ’em up from Panda Indie Studio, the one-man shoot ’em up specialist behind most of Eastasiasoft’s impressive array of shooters.  As ever, this is a vertically-scrolling, arcade style bullet-hell game and it has plenty of Panda Indie’s trademark characteristics.  So, if you want to know […]

Z-Warp – PS5 Review




I know games sometimes like to cover civil unrest, protest and it’s consequences but they largely don’t concern themselves too much with ethical quandaries behind the curtain. There’s always a greater good and the good guys usually win out. Vengeful Heart has a fairly obvious cause to fight for but […]

Vengeful Heart – PS5 Review