Hypnospace Outlaw Review – Dot Com Detective

For those of us who already spend our entire waking life tethered to the internet, the concept of Hypnospace will seem like both the logical conclusion to our always-online existence and its literal nightmare scenario. Hypnospace, the titular technology of Hypnospace Outlaw, is a social…

Tom Clancy’s The Division 2 Review In Progress

I don’t know why I’m in Washington DC; some lady just told me to be here. But there are civilians in distress, armed gangs roaming the streets, and me, my pals, and the second amendment are apparently the only ones who can actually do anything…

Left Alive Review – No Will To Survive

You awaken in a city under enemy occupation after neighbouring forces swept in and brutally laid waste to soldiers and civilians alike. You’re separated from your squad, your Wanzer mech heavily damaged and unable to operate, with nothing but the local army’s omnipotent AI, Koshka,…

Objects In Space Review – Adrift

Space, as I’m sure we’re all aware, is incomprehensibly vast. It can be difficult to fathom the scope of large nations in earnest, to say nothing of the endless expanse of the universe. While the vastness of space and its inherent loneliness has been explored…

Assault Android Cactus+ Review – Robots Rock

Assault Android Cactus, first released on PC back in 2015, is a game that feels perfectly suited to the Switch. It’s the sort of experience that works equally at home on your TV and in your hands during a morning commute. Thanks to a handful…

ToeJam & Earl: Back In The Groove Review – The Funk-Soul Brothers

ToeJam & Earl was in many respects typical of the kind of game that defined the Genesis–charmingly eccentric, ostentatiously hip, staunchly uncommercial. A broad comic pastiche of tropes from early hip-hop and mid-’80s New York street style, this low-key co-op dungeon-crawler about alien rappers had…

The Occupation Review – On The Clock

I’m glad I played through The Occupation a second time. My first playthrough did not end well. Yes, I made it to the end, I saw a final cutscene and watched the credits roll, but I wouldn’t say I reached the conclusion of the story.…

Devil May Cry 5 Review – From Zero To Nero

As you send demons flying across the screen in Devil May Cry 5, a strong sense of familiarity will hit you. This is “old school” Devil May Cry, a simplistic network of hallways and arenas where you humiliate demons with absurd weaponry as a thumping…

Devil May Cry 5 Review – Do Or Dante

As you send demons flying across the screen in Devil May Cry 5, a strong sense of familiarity will hit you. This is “old school” Devil May Cry, a simplistic network of hallways and arenas where you humiliate demons with absurd weaponry as a thumping…

Devil May Cry 5 Review – It’s A Jackpot

As you send demons flying across the screen in Devil May Cry 5, a strong sense of familiarity will hit you. This is “old school” Devil May Cry, a simplistic network of hallways and arenas where you humiliate demons with absurd weaponry as a thumping…