Super Arcade Football Developers OutOfTheBit delivering fun for everyone

Recently released Super Arcade Football is a throwback to classic football games and aims to deliver on an easy to learn, fun to play experience for all players. We recently got to put some questions to studio founder Ali Motisi…

A strange summer of announcements

It’s no surprise that the world of gaming expos and events has had to do things a little differently. Not just this year, but last year as well. However, this year everyone had a little more time to prepare. Even…

Splitgate is a hoot

Splitgate is currently enjoying its most fruitful month or so thanks to the release of Season 0. I have to say, that I and my friends are among those who are really enjoying playing this free-to-play arena-style FPS. Whilst the…

Mortal Shell Revisited – The Virtuous Cycle

Just over a year ago, Mortal Shell was released and with the game’s fantastic setting and aesthetic, I decided to try it out and see whether I could crack the souls-like genre. A genre I’ve typically not got on with…

One to Watch – Might of Merchants

Become a master trader as you gain wealth and build dynasties in this wonderful-looking hand-drawn adventure set in a medieval kingdom. Experince challenging events, competing dynasties, and political intrigue in this economic simulator. What is Might of Merchants Build a…

Hell Let Loose Review

After around 2 years in Early Access Hell Let Loose has reached its full release date and it’s better than ever. The brutal combat, detailed maps and engaging gameplay have made it one of my favourite FPS games. Platforms:  PC Steam…

Endzone: A World Apart Review

In 2021 a terrorist event all but ended humnaity. A few managed to survive in undeground facilites called Endzones. Now, 150 years later those survivors have resurfaced to try and rebuild society. Platforms:  Microsoft WindowsPlayers: 1 PlayerGenres: Strategy, City-builder, SurvivalDeveloper: Gentlymad StudiosPrice: £25.99 Endzone:…

Favourite Game Aesthetics

There used to be an argument that video games were somehow not considered art. Preposterous I know. Thankfully, these days those kinds of mindsets are few and far between. Whilst video games have come an incredibly long way in terms…

Narita Boy Review

Become the symphonic Narita Boy in this awesome techno-trip of a ride through the Digital Kingdom as you try to save the world from the evil Stallions and the mysterious HIM. Platforms:  Windows, Xbox One, Series S & X, PS4, Nintendo…

One to watch – Salt 2: Shores of Gold

Have you ever been playing Sea of Thieves and thought “this is great, but I just wish I didn’t have to fight other players”. If you have, then Salt 2 might be the game for you. Taking inspiration from Rare’s…

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