The Eternal Castle [Remastered] comes to the Nintendo Switch 23 years after its original release. Or does it?
Star Wars Episode I: Racer comes to Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4. Yippee! But can a 21-year-old racing game save the Star Wars franchise?
Get in the taxi. We need to talk about Night Call on Nintendo Switch.
The Outer Worlds touches down on Nintendo Switch, and while the game is easy to recommend, the Switch port really isn't.
Is it safe to go back in the water? We're not sure, so we sent Callum to review Maneater. [WARNING: Contains terrible shark puns.]
Lonely Mountains: Downhill rides onto the Nintendo Switch. It's time to pump up those tyres and hit the wilderness once more.
Suicide Squad meets The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy as Blue Manchu bring Void Bastards to the Nintendo Switch.
Hot on the heels of the Resident Evil 2 remake, the Resident Evil 3 remake is here. Does Capcom stick the landing on the second attempt?
Without meaning to sound disparaging, the best thing about The Foundation – the first of two new DLCs coming to Remedy Entertainment’s most recent release– is...
Assassin’s Creed: The Essential Guide is an updated edition of the book first released in 2016.
Doom Eternal? More like... no, actually, "eternal" pretty much covers it.
"You clever little bastards," I mutter to myself, for what feels like the thousandth time while playing Lair of the Clockwork God.
Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is the latest in an increasingly long list of last-generation game to grace the Nintendo Switch. Is it an Old West epic...
Alien: Isolation docks onto the Nintendo Switch five years after its debut. We review the latest port from Feral Interactive.
If there’s one thing I can say about Terminator: Resistance, it's that it almost perfectly mimics the time-travelling robotic infiltrators that stand as the imposing antagonists...
Life Is Strange 2’s fifth and final episode, Wolves, is in many ways a fitting encapsulation of all the series’ strongest and weakest elements so far.
Final Fantasy VIII might be the eighth game in the main series, but for Squaresoft on the global stage, it was the proverbial difficult second album.
In the jungle, the mighty jungle, Callum fights with bugs. In the jungle, the mighty jungle, he still loves Planet Zoo.
Good horror games often start with a gimmick. Amnesia has its tense sanity meter, PT, its looping corridor of nightmares, and Song of Horror, the creepy...
A year after its release on PC, Lucas Pope’s Return of the Obra Dinn comes to console. Does this tale of deductive reasoning survive the journey...
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